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Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by dan weapon, Sep 23, 2011.
The vaguely new Tortex III's are exactly the same size as regular Tortex picks aside from a Jazz III shaped tip.
used tortex for many years, then i tried v-picks and will never ever go back
Ive basically always only used tortex. Lately i've been diggin the reds.
I used to be all over the jazzIIIs, but I've recently switched to 1.14 Blackfangs (the James hetfield ones :O) and 1.40 Ultex sharp. it took a while to get used to playing lead with those but as far as rhythm goes they've got a way better attack.
I used the green Tortex Jazz IIIs for a few years...before that, it was the regular green Tortex, and before that, the yellow Tortex. A couple months ago, I started playing around with the new 2.0mm Ultex Jazz III...best-sounding pick I've ever used! Took me a while to get used to the thickness, but they're seriously badass picks.
I use the Green (.88mm) tortex t3's...Love the tone and feel of these.
My 2 cents, I have used ALOT of different guitar picks in the time I've been playing. Gimme a stack of red Dunlop Jazz III's with the sharp tip and I'll be a happy camper (have been known to use those on guitar and bass) Honestly, I can't stand Tortex.
I can't live without the jazzIII, right now I'm using the ultex ones, since I got used to JazzIII I could never get used to a normal pick again...
Hey Jeff, what´s your experience with the Intune Jazz and the Tortex Jazz, is it considerably the same or is there a noticeable playability and/or tone difference? Cause I checked Intune, and I think 40$ for 144 picks with your own desing on them is a very good price, so I´m looking into getting a batch done for myself.
Anyone else has any experience with them? I know many big bands use them so I guess they´re good, but just wondering