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Magnus W. on 05.03.2014
I play mainly on guitars with 012-068 strings tuned in C standard. The music I play often exceeds 16ths in 200bpm (death thrash) which requires very hard picks that don't eliminate all the top end of the sound. Normal 2.0-3.0 mm tend to sound thick and boomy, the stubby jazz don't. They are slippery sons, don't think they were made for a a guitarist that spill sweat everywhere, but you get used to wiping your fingers all the time. And for me, with my music style, one pick means one rehearsal evening or one gig. They wear out fast if you require perfect precision in your playing (to me anyway) but they're cheap as hell considering the tone. For most uses they probably last as long as can be expected. And it's easy to play really really fast with these when you've gotten used to them (might feel a bit fiddely in the beginning).
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