Dunlop Jazz III 1,38

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Pack of 24 Plectrums

  • Jazz III
  • Red 1.38 mm
Produkt dostępny od Styczeń 2008
Numer artykułu 202614
Ranking sprzedaży 1 szt.
Thickness Extra-Heavy
Delivery Quantity 24
17,90 € 84,08 zł
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The Game Changer
Steven92 30.04.2017
After 8-9 years of playing guitar and using other picks (mostly dunlop tortoise medium) I decided to give these a try.

I am NEVER (at least for a long time) going back! It fit my hand and my playing greatly and I couldn't be any happier.

Pros:

- Due to the size and hardness, I can play faster and be more accurate

- Due to the hardness, both sides of the pick can be used which is not always the case with softer picks as they tend to get bent to the playing side and not return to neutral position (it is not straight anymore)

- It has a nice grip and it's hard to slip.

- It just feels so nice when using. Like you can feel the string's resistance and bounce better, which is a dream for me.

Cons:

- The only thing I could state as a con is that it is harder to use this pick for heavy rhythm playing like Stevie Ray Vaughan and similar styles.

Conclusion: Picks are a matter of personal preference, so my opinion is subjective, but I strongly recommend trying this pick because it can be a game changer.
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Absolutely FANTASTIC pick
Rakuin 28.12.2019
Before getting this picks I played with 2mm thick picks. Don't get me wrong, they were really good, but I must say.. this picks really surprised me. I was a bit skeptical about using thinner picks, since I, of course, didn't know if thery would be good for my hand. Naturally, everything comes down to personal preference but for me this picks feel absolutely perfect: so light that I even forgot they're there, so thin I can play fast solos without accidentally plucking another string, SO RED they could generate a light of their own. Incredibly versatile for all styles of playing, much more precise than a thick pick, but again, everything comes down to personal preference. So I'd say, buy one or two and give 'em a go: maybe they won't be perfect for you, but I'm positive they will feel GREAT!
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Highlights all the flaws of your technique
Dime 25.07.2021
I've been using Jazz III's exclusively for 3 years now, ad I still remember the first time I tried them: I played a run I was having trouble with at the time and found it even more difficult to play, because the pick showed me how inefficient my picking technique actually is.

PROS
- thin sharp point, perfect for precise picking
- right balance between rigidity and flexibility; it's stiff enough to shred, but forces you to keep picking lightly (In my experience a thin pick makes it difficult to play fast, but a too thick one makes me attack so much harder)
- small size forces you to keep a minimal area of the pick out to pluck the strings
- the red color makes these picks easy to find
(also, this is the kind of pick no one steals, because it is extremely uncomfortable for anyone not used to this size)

CONS
- durability is the biggest flaw for me. I used to play with the purple tortex picks, and when the edge would be too dull, I'd regrind them. But with the Jazz II's small point, I found that regrinding them is a waste of time and makes it uncomfortable to play. So they last abous as long as a tortex of equivalent width, considering you don't regrind our pick.
- the grip is ok, not great but ok. It's the text that makes these picks stay in my sweaty hands. The nylon itself is quite slippery, but the test makes it ok.

Overall these are my favorite picks, and have been the only ones I've used for the past 3 years...
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Classics never die
ChrisR 13.09.2017
I originally got into Jazz IIIs via the Ultex version, eventually tried these classic red nylon ones through a bandmate at the time and didn't initially get into them, even though I kept a handful around. Once I really DID go back to them though, something clicked - these picks make you play better, it's that simple. The string release of these picks forced me to lighten the touch with my right hand and means that both hands have to be 100% in sync with one another, and it made me play much more dynamically as a result. They have their own unique tone and grip, and for me they really make it feel like I have one less thing standing between me and the guitar.

Even though I occasionally find a pick that I think is better or suits me better, I always end up grabbing the little red pick off the top of my amp and BOOM, there it is again. Trendy suits come and go, but that comfy old T-shirt still always feels best at the end of the day.
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