Dunlop 471P3S Nylon Max-Grip Jazz III Black "Stiffo" Guitar Picks 6-Pack

6 Pack Max Grip Jazz III Picks - Black/Stiffo
Dunlop 471P3S Nylon Max-Grip Jazz III Black
Dunlop 471P3S Nylon Max-Grip Jazz III Black
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Dunlop 471P3S Nylon Max-Grip Jazz III Black "Stiffo" Guitar Picks 6-Pack
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These Picks Won't Slip from Your Grip!

Here's a pack of picks that live up to any playing intensity! Dunlop Max Grip Jazz III picks feature a brilliantly engineered, molded-in grip that gives you a superior hold. Rather than covering only the sweet spot the way the many textured picks do, Dunlop Max Grip Jazz III picks sport a combination of coarse and fine texture across the entire gripping surface. Made of molded nylon and formed in Dunlop's Jazz III shape, these Max Grip picks give you the sharp attack and quick string off you demand, plus pick control like nothing you've felt before. Discover a new level of playing confidence, with Dunlop Max Grip Jazz III picks.

Dunlop Max Grip Jazz III Stiffo Picks Features at a Glance:
  • Shape: Jazz III
  • Number of picks: 6
  • Color: Black
  • Thickness: 1.38mm
  • Material: Nylon
  • Texture: Max Grip molded-in texture
Dunlop Max Grip Jazz III picks give you the shape you love and the grip you need!

Tech Specs

Shape Standard
Gauge 1.38mm
Material Nylon
Quantity 6
Color Black
Manufacturer Part Number 471P3S

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Great Pick

I've tried all the Jazz III picks and I have things that I like and dislike about each one. I like the black stiffo's and eric johnson's for leads but the original blacks were too slippery for using live and didn't like them for certain fast rhythms for some reason. I like the carbon fiber as an overall pick too but these are slightly less grippy that the carbon fiber and glide off the strings a little more. The red max grips have a slightly shorter tip. I tend to move my pick around as I play to tap, do pick slides or I occasionally point at people in the crowd and these give me the perfect grip without getting stuck to my fingers. The EJ picks feel slightly different on both sides and are a little brighter sounding where these feel the same no matter how you pick them up and are slightly warmer. I've just noticed that these picks allow me to forget about the pick itself and focus on performing. I'll probably bounce back and forth between these and the Eric Johnsons. They both have a great feel.
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