Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking



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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby goroth » Thu Apr 01, 2021 6:47 am

I got fairly drunk last night and misplaced my new gravity pick :lol:
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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby qersty » Thu Apr 01, 2021 12:54 pm

MechaGodzilla wrote:there's one there for a taishogoto (like a keyed/plucked string keyboard thing) but they mainly seem like repros of old pre-tort ban plectrum shapes? googles says CITEs banned tort trade in 73 so presumably, you could get tort plecs like that all through 40s-60s.

interestingly, at least the guy from ningen isu uses one of those huge shamisen picks on guitar. feel like i know other japanese players that do this but can't think of specific examples.

interesting. i thought of using a shamisen pick but its probably bulky stupid and expensive! oud picks are huge too. Idk if there is a noticeable differnce on guitar tho
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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby MechaGodzilla » Thu Apr 01, 2021 3:09 pm

shamisen picks might be expensive but they're harder to lose!
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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby goroth » Fri Apr 02, 2021 3:34 am

goroth wrote:I got fairly drunk last night and misplaced my new gravity pick :lol:

Coldbright already heard this story but I drank half a bottle of wine last night and found my pick, after unsuccessfully looking all day :lol:
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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby Achtane » Sun Apr 04, 2021 11:37 am

I would love the 2mm Dunlop Big Stubby picks if not for the indentation which hurts my fingers because of how it's placed on the picks. They're still the best ones I've found.
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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby qersty » Wed Apr 28, 2021 2:37 am

I forgot how cool nylons are. I like how the 1mils are still floppy. Esp on acoustick
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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby voerking » Tue Jun 08, 2021 4:22 pm

i picked up some of these Rombo Diamond picks. they're nice! i'm not blown away, or anything, but they are usable & look nice.
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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby jirodreamsofdank » Wed Jun 09, 2021 4:23 pm

Big fan of Dunlop Tortex Sharps these days - the pointy profile of a Jazz III pick without being so miserably stubby.
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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby Gone Fission » Thu Jun 10, 2021 8:07 am

Anyone tried the Dunlop Flow shape who has a Jazz III reference point? I’ve been stuck to III’s for a while (in Ultex for a few years since I tried those) and have no complaints but I’m curious because some III people seem to switch over.
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Re: Picks Picking Plectrums For the Love Of Plucking

Postby qersty » Sat Jun 12, 2021 7:41 am

ive gotten into playing with my pick backwards at an angle
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