#1
Is it true that this picks can cut a string while playing?
Do they have good tone.
#2
I find it hard to cut strings with scissors, so I doubt steel picks would have a chance. I dunno about the tone, give em a try.
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#3
You ruin the strings a lot faster, don't think you can cut a string with one though
#6
You'd struggle, but you wear down the finish of your guitar or scratchplate much faster than with plastic picks if you play aggressively enough to hit your guitar with the pick frequently. I also find they get filthy really quickly and leave a black residue on the guitar, not nice to clean off.

On the other hand, they own.
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#7
No, they can't cut a string.
They can sound quite nice on acoustic. But on electric I noticed a squeaking sound whenever the pick would hit the string while the bridge pickup was on.

And they also dent the strings a bit.
#8
I have a friend who made a pick out of a quarter modeled off a Jazz III. It's all he uses now, and he hasn't cut any strings with it.
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