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D'Addario Black Ice Guitar Picks

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D'Addario Black Ice Guitar Picks
D'Addario Black Ice Guitar Picks
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Black Ice Picks feature a custom oversized "jazz" shape that is designed for speed picking and where precise articulation is required. Perfect for both rhythm and single note lead work, Black Ice Picks are triple "tumbled," creating a soft-touch texture that provides an incredibly smooth surface AND a superb grip in any playing conditions. Made from D'Addario (formerly Planet Waves) Duralin, this ultra-durable material delivers strength, resiliance and resists abrasion while providing balanced tone with a bright attack. Grip and rip with Black Ice!

Reviews

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89% Recommend this product (8 of 9 responses)
By Garegin
Claymont, DE
October 25, 2018
Very comfortable picks
Those are currently my favorite picks. Slightly larger than Dunlop Jazz III, about the size of JP Jazz III model, but shaped more like regular Jazz III. Very smooth and nice to touch, yet they don't slip at least in my hands. Not as bright as JP Jazz III. They are affordable and last long too. Currently using the 1.5mm version. May also try 1.1mm.
ProsQuality Shape and size Price
By Shaun
Singapore
November 1, 2016
Nice picks that are prone to discolouration
In a world of colourful picks, I love how these are just black in colour. The matt finish does not become too slippery with my slightly sweaty fingers, especially in air conditioned settings! I would give them more stars but the printed (or lasered) white text seems to fade off and the black surface starts to turn whiteish. Perhaps the discolouration is due to prolonged storage with the packaging having holes in them (as compared to Dunlop's sealed packaging).
By Alisa
Moscow, Russia
July 20, 2016
My favorite general purpose pick
What's not to like about these picks? The size is just right for a nice, firm grip. Thickness i perfect for expressive, articulate playing style. Durability is top-notch.
ProsSize Shape Thickness
ConsNone
By Dani collins
Florida
December 24, 2015
Black ice
Perfect pick. It improved my speed picking a ton. Super happy I finally found my pick of choice.
By James
Brooklyn, NY
June 21, 2015
My new pick!
Great size & great material. Long lasting, feels tight like a big jazz pick, & big enough to relieve your 1st finger from a good punk song!
By Al Johnson
United States
March 5, 2015
seriously. get them NOW!
I've been playing with these picks for about a year via a recommendation from Tosin Abasi of Animals as Leaders (if you don't know them you're seriously missing out BIGTIME!) I usually play the heavy version of the pick but decided to order the extra heavy this time....holy crap...just do it dude...c'mon. 3 bucks could change your life. i swear the extra heavy version of this pick has made me a more precise picker in less than an hour!! Steve Vai kinda stuff. just grab that appropriate picking angle and KABOOM!! you'll be soaring like a flock of beautiful golden eagles that are also wizards.
Prosthey're inexpensive, they have a slightly larger shape than the red dunlop jazz III but the same tip contour, which makes them a little easier to hold onto without sacrificing the speed and accuracy you get from the red jazz III. you may have to change your attacking angle very slightly but only in the way that it will make your picking hand more precise, more efficient, and faster.
ConsI seriously can't think of any other than personal preference regarding a thicker pick. but even that allows your hand to relax more if it's not trying to hold onto something so thin and small...same reason they make toddler crayons big and fat. it's for better control and less stress on the small muscles of your hand. just do it man. and do it with the mindset that adjusting to the size, shape, and thickness of the extra thick pick WILL make you a better player!!
By R
DC
November 14, 2014
A pick for all styles
Quiet, smooth and great shape. I have played with everything (wood, metal, carbon, etc...) These can be used for strumming and playing really aggressive and fast. Finally a pick that does it all.
ProsQuiet
ConsCould be a little bigger
By Jason
Toronto, ON
October 27, 2014
not bad
i dont love them but at the same time I don't hate them. Granted I'm not much of a jazz pick person as the only ones I liked so far were the john petrucci ones but I like the thickness of them. If you want something that doesn't flap or click when you pick hard and is smooth these are for you.
By Emil
Skien, Norway
May 24, 2014
Great pick with a lot of attack!
I usually play picks bigger than this (Dunlop Tortex .88 being my favourite), and I often shy away from smaller picks like the Jazz III. This pick, however, works really well for me! The surface feels "dry", making for a good grip when holding the pick. NOTE: I say "dry" as opposed to the Jazz III, which has sort of a "smooth" surface. This pick also sounds really great, providing a lot of attack when picking the strings, useful for example in a metal context. I really wish they would make a bigger version, however, to expand the selection and appeal to a bigger market!
ProsGreat feel, raw attack, great grip.
ConsI wish they made a bigger version!

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