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Dunlop Eric Johnson Nylon Jazz III Guitar Picks

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The Dunlop Jazz III Guitar Pick has been an important element to create Eric Johnson's fluid and seamless style. To create the Eric Johnson Jazz III pick, Dunlop laser scanned a vintage Jazz III from Eric's collection and recreated it with the most advanced molding techniques available. The result? A Jazz III pick with an even more refined and smooth tip, more flexibility, and a matte finish with raised logos offering you an incredible gripping surface.

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88% Recommend this product (7 of 8 responses)
By Iago
Olinda, Pernambuco, Brazil
July 30, 2018
Try it if you love Jazz III's!
I have been using these EJ Jazz III's almost exclusively for a few months now and I'm very very pleased with them. As other have mentioned, they are indeed slightly thinner than the standard red Jazz III and just a tiny bit wider at the holding portion of the pick. To my ears, these EJ picks sound slightly janglier than thered standards, not warmer. The raised lettering does provide a better grip than the standard red, while not being as grippy as the max-grip version, so a sort of in-between these two. Durabilty seems to be just like the other nylon Jazz III's - they'll last a long time.
ProsRaised lettering provides better grip than standard Jazz III; durability; slightly wider size on holding part of the pick could make it better for people with bigger hands.
ConsNone.
By Layton
Calgary, Alberta
July 11, 2016
One of the Best
One of my top 3 jazz picks. In a blind comparison test with other Dunlop picks this one won out with its clarity. This is not a "deep" toned pick. As others have pointed out the raised lettering really help the grip.
ProsGood clear tone.
ConsNone
By Colin
Campbell River, BC
June 21, 2015
Great pic!
Couldn't be happier. Warm tones, amazing grip, better control, and faster picking. Glad I invested in these.
By Branislav
White Plains, NY
December 9, 2014
Slightly more comfortable and softer Jazz III
I compared these against all other jazz III picks and as expected, it's similar to regular nylon red jazz III but are very slightly softer, so they flex a bit more. Thin lettering is more comfortable than Jazz III logo and provides better grip. They sound about the same, maybe a tiny bit more warmer and richer doe to softer material and more flexing.
By david
seattle
November 21, 2014
pick a winner
Between the ultex III and this pick I am done trying other picks...cant say enough good about the two of them. They are completely two different animals so they both serve a very distinct need for me. Tried the jazz III red and didn't have it for the sensitivity factor.The two feel slightly wider than the jazz III red. Ive used tear drop drop heavies for sooo long...these just have me wondering why I didn't try sooner.
Prospick control attack and subtleness tone
Consnone
By Stephen
Apple valley, CA
July 3, 2014
Dunlop Eric Johnson Nylon Jazz III Guitar Picks
typical jazz 3 shape a little more flexible than the other red offerings. warmest sounding jazz 3 type
By Liam
Richmond, BC
January 6, 2014
BEST PICK ON THE MARKET
I've used all of the Dunlop Jazz picks and I have to say this is the best I've tried. It's become my favourite pick- I've just ordered 30 of them through SAB!
ProsTexture of pick is consistent and easy to hold, feels great and gives a good sound.
ConsI wish I had more...
By Neil T
June 29, 2010
Eric Johnson Jazz III
All of the Dunlop Jazz III versions of this pick are excellent choices. Although it takes a couple of weeks to get used to the small size but it is well worth it. You won't want the larger picks any more. Each of the three versions have different tonal qualities. Check out the Max Grip and the Standard versions as well as this version. I prefer the Eric Johnson for its' brighter more balanced sound, but you really should buy each type and compare for yourself..you will be surprised how something that looks identical can sound so different.

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