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Discussion in 'Tab, Tips, Theory and Technique' started by h4ck.b0x7, Jul 29, 2019.
...the pick, and good technique, is applicable to any guitar, amplified or not.
Any guitar you play with a pick, if you want to get picky ... get it? Picky!
Mmmmm. Dunlop Jazz III has been my exclusive pick for 46 years. Love those things! Haven't found anything else I like nearly as much. I guess I'm "juiced in it."
Wow, that’s the biggest pile o’ picks I’ve ever seen.
I’m thinking you’re either recently retired, or you just bought a new digital caliper.
It's a rock worn by the waves that i found on a beach about a month ago.
The bronze age thing is a joke.
I did happen to find it in Sardinia, which had a bustling bronze age civilization, remnants of which are extant all over the island.
Here's some study material ...
My 2 main picks - they are consumables :
- Dunlop Big Stubby 3mm handed with 3 fingers - for all purpose.
- Pick boy red polycarbonate 1.4mm (IIRC) with 2 finger - for mandolin-like playing à la Misirlou.
My hands being very dry, one of my main concern is to keep my pick... Steady between my fingers !
2.5mm is as thin as I go. When you get used to playing with stiff heavy picks ( I prefer stone) it is hard to go back.
There’s 1,736 picks in that picture. Nope, not retired. Calipers are my 15-20 year old analog machinist calipers, not digital. You could say I was....bored.