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3 of a kind.
August 20, 2009
The last type of pick I'll ever purchase.The Tri-Stub has three good pointy tips, hence the name. They feature a textured 'dip' in the center, so I no longer need to ### hatch every single pick with a razor blade. If you alternate pick everything these picks are worth trying. They're made outta Lexan/polycarbonate so they're quite durable, more so than the Tortex, or the Nylon or Delrin types. I actually save 'round 15 cents a pick by purchasing the Tri-Stubs. The 1.5's are adequate for guitar, while the 2.0's are better for bass. Haven't tried the 3.0's so I can't say. The 1.5's can sound a bit 'brittle' on bass-depending on amp settings, string life, string type etc. The 2.0's tone though........man they're as close to callused fingers as you're gonna get. READ: The Tri-Sub picks are a hair over 1 1/4" tip-to-tip, so if you prefer those tiny 'lil' jazz picks, AVOID these big dogs.