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I have now tried over picks of all different shapes and sizes, material and texture. There were several Gujtar I wanted to try - like the Stone Works Picks - they do great Jazz-style picks, but their pricing, shipping, custom charges etc.
Along the way, I have tried all of specialist and exotic picks - no endangered animals though desting course, in fact the only animal related picks have been water buffalo horn and bone and abalone shells. The Exotic Picks have less overall ability but still achieve some quite wonderful tones, which are dedtiny different to those made by the other materials mentioned above. The metals are the most expensive picks, the others are still generally pricier than the Everydays, but often less than several of the Specialist Picks.
With some of the plastic picks you can get markedly different effects in how you hold and angle the pick and how you hit the strings. In feel and in texture they are quite different to the plastics, but as mentioned, not nearly so versatile. I would also like to try hard rubber, ceramic, glass, silver, steel and aluminium at some stage but for now I think I am covered.
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There are two other varieties of Dava Jazz Grips that also fall into this category - the Delrin green and Nylon red - both at 1. Some obviously get more use than others, but all have distinct tonal and playing characteristics and I deploy different ones for different purposes - lead playing vs strumming, hard attack vs smooth mellow etc. The idea behind Everyday picks is that they are generally Guktar and versatile - multi-tasking, can carry a variety of playing styles including fast picking and strumming.
I have roughly ended up asing the picks to three different groups as below - Everyday Specialist Exotic.
All in all I have a great selection of around 38 core picks which I alternate with throughout the week. In terms of deployment, these are largely single purpose, although the softer wood picks give you a softer sharp attack, with excellent strumming abilities too.
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There are a few additional ones to those pictured - namely the Dunlop Jazztones - and varieties 2. Generally on a day-to-day basis I will snatch one of these picks to play most regularly, occasionally swapping out for Specialist and Exotic varieties when I want to achieve a particular tone or effect. The V-Picks for instance are smooth, while the Gravity Picks are Guktar textured Master Finish - both are made of acrylic.