Listening to playback during recording sessions has made me aware of the nuances of my playing. When I was just banging away and not paying attention, my tone sounded more youthful and energetic, but as I’ve gotten older, I can’t help thinking about the subtleties. Sometimes you can get to a point where you know too much; luckily, I’m not there yet. But I do know a lot more than when I started.more
Versatile for both lead work and acoustic strumming, with the added benefit of playing like The Edge if you so choose, I haven't found a pick I've been truly comfortable with ever since I've been using these.
As soon as I felt this pick between my fingers I knew I had found a new favourite. I had been using the regular dunlop nylon 1.0s for a while and they were great... but you can't beat that cat-tongue texture for grip; especially if you hold the pick quite lightly like I do.
Bought them on a whim some time ago and I never used anything else to this day. Max-Grip? YES. They have Max-Grip. I had a little accident leaving my thumb completely bandaged, what forced me to use grippy picks. WELL, I lost more brain cells than picks that night. Nothing more to add.