#1
I use Fender Heavys, and the all have these annoying ridges because I like to slide a lot, which can make them unconformable or even painful to use.

Are there any picks that don't get that?
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#2
I use Dunlop nylon 88's, and they get the ridges, but they're still quite playable.
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#3
i use dunlop tortex .88's and it takes a fair amount of pressure to make a ridge in them.
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#4
I use Dunlop Tortex 1.14. They NEVER get ridges like all my other picks after I slide with them.
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#5
Quote by TheSlashman
I use Dunlop Tortex 1.14. They NEVER get ridges like all my other picks after I slide with them.


yeah, you pretty much have to viciously rape the strings with a tortex for them to ridge.
i used to be a mod, then i took an arrow in the knee.
#6
dunlops are built to last a looong while. try some out, see what you like.
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#7
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i use dunlop tortex .88's and it takes a fair amount of pressure to make a ridge in them.

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#9
Yeah... plus its got to **** up the strings right?

honestly every once in a while a pick slide is alright but "frequent pick slides" piss me off.
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#11
I've found that different string brands effect pickscratch character far more than picks.