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Dunlop Matt Heafy Custom Max Grip Jazz III Guitar Picks 6 Pack

Item# DUN_471P3SMH
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This pick combines the speed, precision, and superior handling of the Max-Grip Jazz III Pick with a custom nylon formula that carefully balances stiffness and flexibility.

“The Jazz III has been an integral tool in my arsenal for decades,” Matt says. “There’s something about its shape, size, and build that makes you unstoppable. This version's Max-Grip texture and slightly denser structure make it perfect for me.”

471P3SMH 6 Pack

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Dunlop Matt Heafy Custom Max Grip Jazz III Guitar Picks 6 Pack
Dunlop Matt Heafy Custom Max Grip Jazz III Guitar Picks 24 Refill Bag


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By Casey
Los Gatos, CA
The best jazz iii max grip model
December 13, 2019
I've been playing guitar for over 20 years and these picks are a great addition to the jazz iii lineup, not just a sleazy cash grab by an endorsed artist. They are a bit more expensive than the red or black jazz iii max grips picks but they fill an important void between the two in my opinion. I always liked the stiffness and attack of the black max grips but the grip on them has just never worked well for me, they slide right out of my fingers as soon as I start even barely sweating from my hands. The red ones stay put and have a great tone but they've always felt just a little too flexible for my preference (I grew up using gator grip 2mm so I need a pick with zero give). These Matt Heafy jazz iii's are the perfect middle ground, tone somewhere between the red and black with zero bend and somehow the material of these picks let's the grip work better than either the red or black. In fact I'd say these picks have the best gripping texture of any pick I've ever used period. They don't budge, but at the same time they're small enough to where you still have some feel and control of the picks position when you need to change picking angles between different parts of a song. They're a little expensive, but still reasonable compared to some boutique pick brands out there at under $1 each and they last pretty much indefinitely (you'll lose one before you wear it down). If you're like me and have geeked out trying a few dozen different pick brands in your life ), give these a shot. They might be exactly what you're looking for
  • Absolutely rock solid grip
  • Extremely durable
  • Very rigid with practically zero flex
  • Great tone and attack
  • A little pricey

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