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Jim Dunlop Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks

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83% Recommend this product (5 of 6 responses)
By sergios
November 5, 2015
Great picks
I use the for electric solos, they have that "cick" sound that I really like
By Diego
Villa Alemana, Valparaiso
November 3, 2015
2.0mm Stubby
The excellent materials from Big Stubby combine with the perfect size of the Jazz III. Now this is the perfect pick for me.
ProsTone. Size. Control.
ConsThe durability is not too good, but they worth it.
By Darryl
Campbellton, NB
October 16, 2014
Excellent Pick
These picks are outstanding in quality and function!
I use them to practice and warm up.
They glide very well over the strings despite having a sharp point due to the thickness.
By thombrogan
United States
July 3, 2014
Wears Down Quicker Than I'd Like
Bought the 2mm version after having good luck with the 2mm Big Stubbies and with other Dunlop Jazz picks. They sound great and allow all the goodness that is the basic, Dunlop Jazz pick shape, but I found the edges burred after light use with Rev. Willy Mexican Lottery Brand 7-38 strings. I don't get that type of wear with nylon Jazz picks (but also don't get as bright a tone or as tight of an attack). The Big Stubbies don't seem to wear down that fast, but they're ponderous after getting used to the Jazz picks.
By El Pistolero
Bellport, New York
December 12, 2012
3mm Stubby
My guitar teacher achieves extreme speed and control with this pick and extra light strings. I have yet to attain such speed, but the 3mm Stubby has yielded superlative tone, precision and control. The hard smooth surface of the pick glides over the string. The slick way the string leaves contact with the pick makes a mellow tone, you hear just the string, not the pick. The stubby was strange to me at first, but since my technique was getting a makeover, I adopted the new pick. I won't be turning back.
ProsTone, control.
ConsToo few stores carry 3mm style. The associated technique is not for everyone.
By Kent
April 5, 2011
Big Stubby 1mm picks
These are the only picks I buy now, after 45 years of playing others. Not too bright, but not dark at all. Easy to grip, fantastic attack, and I like the ruby red way better than I thought I would ( easy to see on the floor!). The 1mm has just a tiny bit of flex, but a long, long trip from floppy.
I love them, and do not play any thing else.

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