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Dava Control Nylon Guitar Pick - 5 Pack

Item# DAV_0508
$2.79List Price $4.50
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Dava first introduced its Multi-Gauge design pick in 1996. Since then the original Dava Control has brought the idea of pick control to millions of musicians. All Dava Control Picks feature our unique multi-gauge grip, allowing you to change pick gauge on the fly simply by the way you grip it. Choke up on the tip for a hard gauge, or release the flexible center section for a soft gauge. It only takes a minute to get the hang of it, while at the same time you'll find all the nuances in between. After you've played Dava Picks you'll agree that they're more than simply picks-they're tiny instruments in themselves. The original Dava Control Pick is made from nylon, a very hardwearing, long lasting material with excellent sound qualities. Nylon makes a good "all round" pick popular with many players and manufacturers. We've been told it "practically lasts forever."


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By Dustin
Canal Winchester, OH
Makes Single Coils Sing
February 17, 2020
The combination of the tapered thickness and the material of this pick REALLY gives you a great bell like tone on single coil guitars especially. It's a great pick in general, but I use them almost exclusively on my Strat. Awesome for both rhythm and lead.
  • Great tone, great feel, amazing for rhythm. No other pick like it.
  • I wish they offered it in different thicknesses.
By Robert
St Agnes, South Australia
Pick of Picks
May 11, 2016
I used these years ago and have always loved them. After I lost my last one I could not find them for sale anywhere. They can be found on eBay but are very expensive.
  • The picks have great grip. They flex at a pivot point in the middle and I think that is their uniqueness. Strings and Beyond price is cheap. I buy all my strings and picks etc from here and they send them to Australia with no hassle.
  • Can't think of anything I don"t like about these picks!
By Norm
Portland, OR
Dava at a discount
June 20, 2015
I've played these picks for years. A friend of mine warned me once not to get to addicted to one pick. "What if they go out of business," he said. Sound advice. I bought the last 100 pack in Portland, Oregon about 2 years ago and they were gone. No one sells them anywhere in Oregon. So... I've been buying them from Musicians Friend recently. $75.00 for 100 (.75 cents/pick) or $4.50 for 6 (same). Strings and Beyond sell the 6 pack for $2.99 (.49 cents/pick) and give me free shipping too! So much for the "Guaranteed Lowest Price."

You rock Strings and Beyond...
  • Before using these, I hated nylon picks. Too glossy, to slick, too much string noise. I don't remember where I found these but it was love at first strum. The heavy grip surface makes it next to impossible to drop, the variable thickness allows you to choke up on the pick to achieve a thicker feel or back off to get the old Fender Thin feel. Nice sharp tip for tremolo picking and artificial harmonics. This is the greatest pick ever made! I hope they never go out of business. I don't know if I should just stock up, or invest in the company.
  • The dark green color makes them really easy to loose, although I loose picks constantly no matter the color. When they are brand new, the edges are a tad sharp. Using a wet stone or light grit sandpaper, I just smooth the edges down to reduce string noise.
By Eddie W.
Dava Control
February 22, 2012
I must confess since I have started using these picks, my picking has improved, because I can adjust the level of rigidity just to my liking when I am using alternate pickning. These last forever,only thing is people keep asking to see them and lifting them from me... :) This is the only pick I use anymore, never could have convinced me prior that a pick could make such a difference.
By Richie K.
Dava Control Pick
May 17, 2010
Excellent polymer for lead playing -- sufficient flexibility that lasts for a long time. Soft attack on the string that doesn't produce a click when a note is played. After playing them for 6 months, all of them still have their points and none have broken.

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