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  • anyone tried those dava grip picks

    The ones that supposedly change gauge depending on where you grip it



    How did/do you like them?
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  • #2
    Yup. They're my favourite pick. Not necessarily for the gauge-changing aspect (though it's useful when swapping between banging out open chords and single-note phrases), I just really like how they feel. Nicer than most other grippy picks.



    Mostly use the Delrin Grip and Jazz Grips, but have a couple of the "Control" type.
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    • #3
      I was thinking of getting a pack of the gel or ultex grips to test out the on spot gauge changing. Seems pretty useful
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      • #4
        Picked up a variety pack one time when I was grabbing some strings, been sold on 'em since.
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        • #5
          Yes- I really like them. My teacher convinced me to try to a jazz pick and so I picked up some of the Davas. Very easy to hold and control. I do switch back to a standard size one (usually a surfpick) if I'm going to do a lot of strumming though.
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          • #6
            they are awesome. easy to hold and you can get a totally different sound by turning the pick on its side and playing on the rubber part.

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