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Favorite Pick Material

Discussion in 'Effects Pedals, Strings and more' started by GuitaristZ, May 29, 2007.

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What is your favorite guitar pick material?

  1. Plastic

    39.3%
  2. Nylon

    38.5%
  3. Brass

    1.6%
  4. Other

    20.5%
  1. TWRC

    TWRC

    Joined:
    Apr 22, 2011
    Location:
    Edmonton, Alberta
    The Dava's kept breaking on me because I like to hold the back of the pick when I'm strumming, but the material and shape were really nice.
     
  2. sulphur

    sulphur

    Joined:
    Jun 1, 2011
    Location:
    Sudbury, Ontario
    The mixed pack from L&M is pretty cool.

    Five different designs.
    The smaller jazz type I'm using, a larger one like it,
    a couple of different nylon picks and one with a metal tip.
    I looked at the last one and only thought that I'd be changing strings soon.
     
  3. lamf

    lamf

    Joined:
    Feb 22, 2007
    Location:
    toronto ontario
    dunlop Ultex 1.14 idont like my pick to flex and they have great attack
     
  4. FrankyNoTone

    FrankyNoTone

    Joined:
    Feb 26, 2012
    Location:
    GTA, Ontario
    A slight necro...

    Picks are like .25 to $1 each and that's pretty cheap compared to strings or even coffee/donuts so to me, durability is not a consideration as long as they last a playing session. What I've noticed is a big difference in tone and I have a handful of different picks to use depending on my mood and the song I'm trying to butcher with my playing.

    My favourite by a slight margin are Dunlop carbon fibre jazz III picks because they sound very even, have great grip, play fast, and show no wear whatsoever... essentially its the pick of the gods.

    But I also like the Steve Clayton acetal picks for their ultra-bright buzzy sound, Dunlop stubby's for their "round" sound, etc. Even the tone sucking Traynor delrin picks I bought at L&M on a whim serve a purpose by saving me from palm muting (I'm not kidding... not much anyways).
     

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