#2
I googled, but didn't find anything.
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#3
I'm gonna take a guess around .60 to .70. I use Dunlop .60's and .73's and those feel similar to the Fenders.
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#4
I just measured my Fender medium pick and it's 31 mm long, and 26 mm wide at its widest section. Hope I helped =]
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I just measured my Fender medium pick and it's 31 mm long, and 26 mm wide at its widest section. Hope I helped =]


I think he meant thickness

I just measured my heavy and my thin, and right in the middle would be just a pit over .6 So .6-.7 sounds about right.
#8
.78 when freshly made. They can shrink down to .55 over time, with wear and celluloid shrinkage.
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#9
FENDERS LOL, i hate those picks. I use Dunlop's, 2mm thick. Because If it's too thin they bend when you use up and down strokes and then makes you sound sloppy when in fact you aren't, your pick's just bending.
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#10
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FENDERS LOL, i hate those picks. I use Dunlop's, 2mm thick. Because If it's too thin they bend when you use up and down strokes and then makes you sound sloppy when in fact you aren't, your pick's just bending.


2mm?! Holy crap that's huge. I have Dunlop Tortex 1.14mm (purple!!)
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#11
I will say this, if you get to sweep picking, use extremely thick picks. Like thick gibson picks are great for what I do, or the Tortex picks. . . I can't remember the exact gauge but I know it is at least a .8. . . I think I use that or a little heavier, it is so much easier to control though.
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#12
Check out Dunlop Tortex .60mm (orange) or the Dunlop Gator Grip .58 (redish colored ones). Some people do prefer nylon picks over the tortex and gator grip but I personally love the extra grip that they provide.