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  • #31
    Originally posted by Erlend_G View Post
    For bass; I like a Gator 2mm...

    but for guitars; I swear by rosewood/walnut wooden picks! Once I tried wood- I'm NEVER going back!! =)

    Timber Tones got some nices ones; (wanting to try their carbon fiber ones?!), ... but the ones on Wish, made out of (sorry, rain forest), is the very best.

    -Erlend ♫
    Most of that is grown on plantations now, I considered growing Teak but I couldnt have handled the 6 years with no income and have still put out $$ for labor and fertilizer.

    I went with the eucalyptus instead, because it only had a 3-4 year turnaround time.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Erlend_G View Post
      For bass; I like a Gator 2mm...

      but for guitars; I swear by rosewood/walnut wooden picks! Once I tried wood- I'm NEVER going back!! =)

      Timber Tones got some nices ones; (wanting to try their carbon fiber ones?!), ... but the ones on Wish, made out of (sorry, rain forest), is the very best.

      -Erlend ♫
      You got me thinking Erl, I think I want to try some shark tooth picks on guitar.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by dystrust View Post

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        My favorite acoustic pick is a Dunlop 0.73mm nylon, but I can use anything with similar weight and flex. I don't care for the loud 'click' I get from a heavier pick on acoustic.

        For bass I swear by yellow 0.73mm Ultex triangle picks. They have the punch and 'heaviness' of a thicker pick without the click/clank.
        I have the opposite experience; i.e. a lighter pick sounds "clicky", and I need a certain thickness (1,1,14mm) to avoid it! :o

        thanks for sharing.

        -Erl
        If somethings important- send a PM. I might be offline for long periods. Rock on!!!

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Erlend_G View Post

          I have the opposite experience; i.e. a lighter pick sounds "clicky", and I need a certain thickness (1,1,14mm) to avoid it! :o

          thanks for sharing.

          -Erl
          Same here

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          • #35
            This. It used to say "0.10" before the ink wore off.

            Sent from my SM-A115A using Tapatalk

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            • #36
              Amateur bass player, but if I am using a pick it is Purple Tortex.
              I miss the 80's (girls) !!!

              Seymour Duncans currently in use - In Les Pauls: Custom(b)/Jazz(n), Distortion(b)/Jazz(n), '59(b)/'59(n) w/A4 mag, P-Rails(b)/P-Rails(n); In a Bullet S-3: P-Rails(b)/stock/Vintage Stack Tele(n); In a Dot: Seth Lover(b)/Seth Lover(n); In a Del Mar: Mag Mic; In a Lead II: Custom Shop Fender X-1(b)

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              • #37
                For bass I like these Dunlop Primetone 3mm picks
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by 80's_Thrash_Metal View Post
                  For bass I like these Dunlop Primetone 3mm picks
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                  These look good

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                  • #39
                    Anybody try these?

                    Bog Street MINI BEAST Guitar Picks, 3-Sided Jazz Style Guitar Picks, Heavy and Small, Black (6-Pack) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08C2CLD33...7GYRHWQN4NYQYC

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                    • #40
                      I use the Jim Dunlop XL Series Jazz III picks. They have a much smoother surface which don’t “grip” the strings quite as much.

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