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Dunlop Jazz III Pick Pack, Red Nylon,1.38mm
- Fantastic quality guitar picks
- World famous brand
- Essential for any guitarist
- Dunlop has extended the gripping surface for added maneuverability and grip.
- Color: Red
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Dunlop Jazz III Nylon Guitar Picks Player's Pack, 6 picks
With a huge, cult-like following world-wide, the Jazz series of picks have become the favorite choice for guitar players to take their technical playing to the next level. Guitar virtuosos such as Eric Johnson, John Petrucci, Alexi Laiho, and Joe Bonamassa rely on the Jazz III because of its quick release molded edge and sharp tip. Available in warm sounding Red Nylon and Black "Stiffo" that features a bright attack.
From Nylon to the famed Tortex and the innovative Ultex, Dunlop is the world-renowned producer of over 50 different models of picks. As a trusted creator of one of the most important tools of our industry, nobody else comes close in terms of quality, innovation, or scope. With picks available in a variety of textures, shapes, materials, and artwork, we offer something for everyone, and with our custom imprint program we can produce any logo, signature, or both on the picks to make them as unique as the person requesting them. Whether you're a multiplatinum artist or a small local band, whether you play them or just collect them, you know you're getting the best.
Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc.
Located in Benicia, California, Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. was founded as a small, family-owned and operated company in 1965, and has since grown to be a leading manufacturer of electronic effects, picks, capos, slides, strings, and other musical instrument accessories. Dunlop is the home of such legendary products as the Crybaby wah and Tortex picks.
- The most popular Jazz pick on the planet
- High quality, proprietary nylon material
- Tactile gripping surface
- Broad grip with sharp tip for unparalleled control
- Warm sounding Red Nylon for silky smooth attack
- Pack contains 6 picks
- Color: Red
Top customer reviews
I will be a Jazz III user for life now.
I have three different kind of Jazz III picks:
Kirk Hammett Signature (unsure of thickness)
I like them all and couldn't say that any one is better than the others. The Kirk Hammett one has a notch cut out in the top to help with grip. I'm unsure of how well it performs this function, but they can feel weird to a new user.
I've always loved Tortex and nylon, so I switch between all three types. It would be nice if they sold a mix of all three types so you could try them all.
These are a slippery pick, as many reviewers have mentioned. What I have been doing for years is slightly texture the grip area with a wood burner or use a razor blade to cut a slight checkerboard pattern. This improves the grip greatly and resolves any slipping issues.
I perform in several different bands, ranging from a progressive metal group to a jazz quintet. This pick works well in all applications and playing styles. If I had to complain about anything, it would be the longevity. I am a very heavy picker, and playing hard consistently is enough to wear down these picks fairly quickly. I do have friends who get by on one pick for an entire year before they have to swap for a new, but that is not the case for everyone. I do have to say that they last longer for me than the traditional Tortex line.
The life of these picks isn't enough for me to lower the score. I firmly believe that this is one of the best all-around picks on the market. If you have larger hands or decide that the small picks don't work for you, they do make Jazz III XL's which are a traditional size. For most players though, I recommend that they give these picks a shot. They won't make you a faster player, but they will make you more efficient.
It's doesn't have a super grip, but I can hold it pretty well with the raised lettering on it much better than a smooth pick.
The smaller size, thickness and sharper tip helps to just have the tip of the pick exposed and have better control.
Anyway, this is now my favorite pick.
I've been playing 28ish years. I've gone through many pick phases! I started using these about 10 years ago. They are a staple in my arsenal!
They are very "slippery" on the strings, while providing a sharp, biting attack. Grip is great, however. I even use them when strumming now.
These are also a great tool for teaching you to gauge your pick properly. You will learn to easily and consistently get those squealing harmonics, as well as to improve your precision. I've even reached the point where I use them for heavy strumming and funk without breaking strings.