#1
This is my favorite style pick. Its been my choice since I found it
two years ago.

Anybody use any "wierd" picks?
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#4
Dunlop Turtle .96's ftfw.
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Yes, I got the idea from Paul Gilbert, but it's really fun to do!
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#8



beaten.

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#10
i need a pic with really good grip, anyone suggest something?
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#11
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i need a pic with really good grip, anyone suggest something?


The Dava pick I posted is great. I bought one for the heck of it two years ago and never looked back. I recommend them to everyone.

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#12
Man up and get this

But in all seriousness, I tend to stick with the .88mm Dunlops. They're great and sturdy for the hard and heavy stuff.
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#13
Hey, does anyone know anything about angled picks? I mean, they're like, twisted at then end - I've seen only one, used, was cool, but now it's broken and I can't find new ones.
#14
I used the heaviest kind of tortex for a while, it kind of melted :-S
Now I use big stubbies (3mm) and a custom Dugain pick (4mm).
Both are awesome, and the dugain has a grip corrector (or something)
#16
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Awesomeness

Yes, I got the idea from Paul Gilbert, but it's really fun to do!

These go to eleven...
#18
Those .38 nylons must be like paper after using them a while. I've had a light grey (forgot the gauge) one before and that was bad. I like thinness for acoustic chordage though.
These go to eleven...
#20
On a more serious note, I'm starting to use Jazz III picks. I think they're great.
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-2-channel Titan
-Oversized Bogner 2x12 Cabinet
-Fulltone OCD
-RMC Picture Wah
-T.C. Electronic Nova Delay
-Larrivee D-03R
#21
i use heavy fender picks and i also use a jazz 3 occasionally
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#25
personally i use these:



Quote by ehwalled
i need a pic with really good grip, anyone suggest something?


for grip, try these:

ive tested them b4 and the grip is insane.
#26
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for grip, try these:

ive tested them b4 and the grip is insane.


Yep....same pic I used several days ago in this thread. Good to see another person knows of the Snaling Dog picks. I love um!

Chris
#27
my dog chewed on one and put a small dimple on it. thats my favorite now... I dont know what ill do when i lose it
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#28
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Those .38 nylons must be like paper after using them a while. I've had a light grey (forgot the gauge) one before and that was bad. I like thinness for acoustic chordage though.


They're like paper right away, haha. Mind, I had one which had lasted 2 years, and then snapped a month ago at a school show during the sound check, when I was playing the Trooper solo
#29
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They're like paper right away, haha. Mind, I had one which had lasted 2 years, and then snapped a month ago at a school show during the sound check, when I was playing the Trooper solo


The Trooper, school? What are they teaching in schools these days? Whats next? "I was on my way to Intro to Judas Priest when..."
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Unless its electronic drums.

BURN THE WITCH!!!!!
#30
I like the triangle shaped .050 dunlop tortex for my rythm stuff, and a triangle shaped .060 dunlop tortex for stuff that's a combination of chords and single string work. I've found that those larger picks don't rotate in my fingers like the conventionally shaped stuff, and they last a hell of a lot longer than Fender thins.
#31
I just take my picks and gough the hell out of them with a knife so they have a better grip.
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