Best picks I have used. The smaller Jazz III size is a personal favourite as well as a favourite among a majority of metal and jazz players -- so popular in fact that Dunlop have an article which can be found online which discusses the cult that has grown up around Jazz III picks.
Before I found Jazz III picks I used tortex picks without exception. I experimented with sharp-tip tortex in an attempt to find a pick better suited to fast picking and precision but found myself disliking them immensely. Afterward I found Dunlop's Jazz picks and immediately found benefit in the extra control one gets from a smaller pick.
So it was only natural that I would try out these once I found tortex in my favourite gauge in a Jazz III shape. And, for me, they're perfect.
However there is one important thing: do NOT get the black version of these picks. They have a slippery finish that makes a large difference if you play fast and need a lot of control. DO get the white version. Also, tortex has never wore well, so if that is an issue, you may want to try ultex.
I bought these picks because i wanted to try something else besides my trusted nylon Jazz III XL.I play a lot of leads so i need something heavy.The pick is quite small,like the normal nylon Jazz III,made of tortex,meaning it has a mat surface.It's a heavy pick,nice for fast lines,but i felt that there is not much of dynamics,at least not as much as the nylon Jazz III.I felt it has a softer attack,which personally i don't like,and i don't like small picks.But that's just my opinion.All in all it's well made,nice grip,heavy but i prefer the nylon Jazz III XL because i feel i have more control and more dynamics.
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