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Old 2004-12-17, 04:48
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I use anything as long as its 2mm.
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Old 2004-12-17, 16:08
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I'm debating ordering those Ultex picks...


nice picks, my heart still lies with plectro's though

thick jazz ones for me!
http://www.cd999.com/plectros/
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Old 2004-12-20, 08:31
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Dunlop Tortex 1.14 and I mainly play black metal
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Old 2004-12-20, 13:10
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Old 2004-12-21, 09:51
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Dunlop M3 Tortex Jazz (Green)
Dunlop 1.0mm Tortex (Blue) sometimes the .73's (Green)
Dunlop 1.0mm Ultex (White Rhino)

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Old 2004-12-23, 06:24
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i use dunlop's .88's
i play loads of thrash/death style riffs in my band, plus a little bit of lead.

I swear by these picks, they don't stratch up and i use loads of tremolo picking
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Old 2004-12-23, 06:26
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Guitar picks WE use :)

i use dunlop's .88's
i play loads of thrash/death style riffs in my band, plus a little bit of lead.

I swear by these picks, they don't stratch up and i use loads of tremolo picking
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Old 2004-12-26, 23:07
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I use Dunlop Big Stubby's.
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Old 2004-12-27, 02:30
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fast tremolo picks?

i use Jim Dunlop Nylons 1mm for fast tremolo..and i was wondering if theres anything better.. i like the tortex picks but they dont work for me with lead playing.

P.s.. what are those Jazz picks i hear about.. who manufactures it. Hopefully not plectro they are weird..

LoL a funny story with big stubbys...
first pick i ever got..on acoustic..i found it really hard.. i got so mad at the pick i smashed it, cut it up, and hit myself a lot... i dont recommend them
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Old 2004-12-31, 17:16
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Herco gold nylon .88s and that's all I've used for years.
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Old 2005-01-02, 22:28
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i have some of just about everything, but i prefer the combo of a triangel chunk of an old credit card, and my 2 3 4 th fingers at the same time
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Old 2005-01-03, 12:09
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i use .88 - 1 mm pickboy carbon/nylon picks
http://www.guitarpick.org/PickBoy%2...lack%20Pick.jpg

and play mainly metal stuff

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Old 2005-01-03, 21:43
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what are the advantages of a thiker/thinner pick.also, why do you prefer thker or thinner?
i prefer a thinker pick also, but somtimes ive found that with a thin pik and im talkin pretty thin i can tremelo pick pretty fast somtimes.but usually i use thik
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Old 2005-01-03, 22:04
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Thicker is better for me because when i shred with a thin pick that fucker starts to bend. I only use thin picks for my acoustic.
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Old 2005-01-03, 22:48
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what are the advantages of a thiker/thinner pick.also, why do you prefer thker or thinner?
i prefer a thinker pick also, but somtimes ive found that with a thin pik and im talkin pretty thin i can tremelo pick pretty fast somtimes.but usually i use thik


are you typing with your cock? what the fuck?
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Old 2005-01-04, 05:06
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what's your problem? he just asked and told us his experience...
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Old 2005-01-04, 07:27
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Dunlop 2.00 mm pick. I play rock, death,melodic and extreme metal.
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Old 2005-01-04, 10:19
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what are the advantages of a thiker/thinner pick.also, why do you prefer thker or thinner?
i prefer a thinker pick also, but somtimes ive found that with a thin pik and im talkin pretty thin i can tremelo pick pretty fast somtimes.but usually i use thik


yea I'm with younguitarist on that one, if they're to thin they start to bend and somtimes brake.
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Old 2005-01-04, 18:01
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Ibanez 1mm because im too cheap to buy something else (this, along with a few other colors came with my guitar).
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Old 2005-01-04, 20:19
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Depends on what pick I feel like at the time. I have a small black Gibson pick(used by Kirk Hammet) which is very thin and flexible, but it's too worn out to see the gauge(it reads "medium"). Most of the time I like to use that one, but I also use a Dunlop 1.14 mm frequently. I play thrash, heavy, power, and death metal(little BM too), but I play mostly acoustic instrumental stuff since I don't have an electric guitar yet(stuff like Dissection's "Into Infinite Obscurity" and Morbid Angel's "Desolate Ways", but I finger pick on those).

I also have a Dunlop 1.4mm and 2.0mm, but those fuckers are hard as hell to play with.
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