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Dunlop Nylon Max Grip Jazz III Carbon

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Plectrum Set

  • Thickness: 1.38 mm
  • Material: Carbon fibre
  • Contents: 6 Pieces
Thickness 1,38
Delivery Quantity 6
Item number 242899
5,70 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 27.10. and Thursday, 28.10.
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Perfect upgrade from Tortex and Ultex picks
Jones From The North 01.06.2017
I recently bought these bad boys because I've been wearing down a great number of regular Tortex Jazz 3's, as well as Petrucci Ultex's.

I've tried metal and wooden picks, but they're not my thing, so I naturally went for these.

Being used to "regular" Jazz III's, I must say these feel even better.

The grippy surface really help with keeping in place, without being overly grippy.

I feel the need to point out a play a lot of metal, heavy drop tuned on baritone strings, and these picks feels like they were made for that.

I'm always a bit weary with picks thicker than 1.14mm, but despite these being every so slightly thicker, you dont really feel it.

I can definitely feel that they're made from a more durable material though.
They dont wear down as quick as Tortex, and are a bit more durable than Ultex.

So, if you're like me, and are on the market for an upgrade from the old Tortex Jazz III's, or just wanting to try something new, then these are worth a try.

One thing to note about all Jazz III's: They're smaller than "regular picks"
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Best Jazz III pick
Simon FH 14.10.2021
The classic Jazz III shape, but with some updates.

Main reasons for choosing this pick includes
- Nice sharp pointy tip - good for the shreddy stuff where precision is needed.
- Great durability. Keeps the tip pointy for longer, compared to other Jazz III-type picks.
- Very grippy pattern, which I personally love.
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Jazz 3s, but a bit different
snakeyay 21.10.2020
Jazz 3s come in all sizes and forms nowadays, this one is no exception.

The pick you choose is really down to your personal taste. What I can immediately tell did not suit me is that... they have a certain sound. When plucking, you get a thumpy or "tonk" sound, especially on clean tones. This is with standard E gauge strings, so this may be better for thicker gauge, but I wouldn't really play them (this is personal opinion btw).

Another thing is... is that they are fat. They are actually quite fat picks. They are not standard Jazz 3 slims, these ones ate a cupcake or two. Which is good for durability as I've been using one for several weeks now and it is almost as good as new (playing fast thrash stuff and I have quite an aggressive attack).

For strumming purposes? Just go with nylons there really - these Jazz 3s are not the best for that.

Speedy picking hand purposes? In typical Jazz 3 fashion, these are among the best. I haven't had the chance to test them on heavier gauges, but they would definitely fare well.
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hard and heavy
rotopedator 24.08.2021
Great JazzIII picks, for hard and heavy music and style of playing your guitar. I use only this picks, on all my guitars. Lets try, you will love them.
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