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Dava Control Pick Nylon

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Plectrum / Pick Set

  • Multi gauge control: Control the gauge while playing. Either grip the tip for a strong gauge or leave the flexible central part free for a softer gauge
  • Material: Delrin
  • 5 Pack
Thickness Variable
Delivery Quantity 5
available since February 2008
Item number 205618
£4.18
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Great, versatile pick!
J Clarke 15.04.2017
I picked some of these up many years ago on a whim, and found them to be quite comfortable and easy to keep a grip of. For many years I split my time between these and Dunlop Delrin 1.5mm picks, but as time goes on I use these more and more!

Great for all around use (they're not 100% ideal for hitting fast thrash muted triplets and the like, but they'll do 'em just fine) and they last pretty damned well.

If you're at all curious, give these a shot and you may well find yourself converting.
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Just what I need
Riki A. 28.04.2015
Dava plectrums are awesome , they do not slip away from your fingers .
Not easy to find nowadays when I find them i always buy 10-20 of them .Recently I have joined a new band and probably will need more because in rehersal studio small things like plectrum are easy to loose .

I have been playing these Dava picks for about 6-7 years now and no need to go to others .
Very happy.
So they are thick ish but they are thiner on the middle and ribbed as well , that gives you good grip , they look proffesional too , looks like these are aimed at studio guitarist .

Any try themm you won't be dissapointed.
cheers
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Interesting idea
DeanoM50810 29.11.2013
I said I'd give these plecs a shot after reading their claim that they can change in flexibility depending on where you hold it. All in all, it's a great idea, but its practicality in a live situation can be questioned. It can be tough to change where you grip your plec halfway through a song, unless there's a break that allows you to do so. Changing to a more solid plec in between songs seems like a better idea. However, if you want a plec that's the best of both worlds, you may like this. Just know that it's by no means the best lead plec available.
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Good picks, but not for me!
Anonymous 29.05.2016
Tried these out, as I liked the idea. Great grip, very flexible, but with a bright sound. However, they wear down quickly, tend to get caught on strings, which catapults them across the venue, and due to their dark colour, very difficult to find afterwards. I'll stick with Tortex for electric, and 0.73 Dunlops for acoustic, thanks!
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