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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by gitold, Sep 11, 2017.
I'm just gonna use the ones I got.
And if you run out of 'em, there's plenty more down the back of the couch.
I have a jar of them, but usually when I don't have one I just hunt. I usually find one without having to go to the jar.
I have 10 at least on the floor. I really need to clean.
I heard Clayton's coming out with some really good picks though...they're re-issuing a couple discontinued models.
I hate relicked picks, they are stupid.
$24.95 at MF here.
I just bought a bunch of Dunlop Big Stubby 3 mm for mandolin playing
I like this style (semi reliced)
Oh, man, you cut your thumb off?
I bought a gross of Fender 351 Heavys back in the 80s. I'm still working on those.
Hey, nothing wrong with using bread packet tabs at a pinch...
That is one of the coolest things I've seen all day. Though I'm sure I'd be better off just buying picks.
I have two tortoiseshell flatpicks and some hand-made fingerpicks/thumbpick. "Other" picks are in a silver tin on the coffee table for visitors. If they take up to 6 or so every time (and somebody is here almost every day) I'll probably kick the bucket before the *$&*#^# things are gone!
I don't have a clue where they all came from. I swear the things are small plastic Tribbles.
I haven't bought picks in years. I bought several bags of what I use, and have hardly touched those.
I have five picks that have been in use for a very long time, and I seldom lose picks. Probably won't
buy any picks again for a very long time, if ever.
1 pack of 6 Ultex picks was really enough for this year, because they hardly wear and I keep track of them, but I couldn't help buying one more pack. Then I ended up opening the second one after a couple beers made me too lazy to get up to go to one of my designated pick caches. Now I'm living in gluttonous excess. Please forgive me!
I'm pretty sure I have about 10,000 of them scattered around the house here. I have 'em lying everywhere because I lose them all the time. I like being able to look in any direction in my office/man cave and see a pick.
Well thanks, but if it's all the same I'll just go ahead and use one my PLASTIC picks. I don't know if it's too late, but you might put something on that. Ouch don't cover that!
I use a big ol John Pierce buffalo horn pick for mandolin playing!