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I just got a handful of these picks today and THEY ROCK!!! As soon as I got them I grabbed my acoustic guitar and started playing some U2 songs with them. They are much more comfortable on your fingers than plastic picks and sound better (they prevent that "clicking" sound which plastic picks normally produce when you play them). I noticed that some of the reviewers were saying stuff like "they stick to the strings to much" etc. I just tried strumming up and down and it didn't seem to stick. However, they might stick to the strings if your fingers start sweating, but other than that they would be my number one pick!!!
I have purchased and used every size and thickness of these. I really like the thicker 5mm in both the medium and hard style. The thick hard has just a little more attack than a finger would sound, the thick medium is nearly identical and great to get a palm-mute technique on top of a finger style sound. ;-) The thinner ones 3.1mm I only like the hard rubber one and it's very comfortable to play guitar and get nice soft sweep or on bass for faster parts. The soft ones are too soft and practically disintegrate before your eyes. Imagine playing with a gummy eraser and there is eraser pieces everywhere... lol... But I use these like every day!
Overall, I'm glad I got a couple sets of these rubber picks. They are easy on the hands and make for great practice aids. But, not much more. I'm sure you could figure out how to make some really cool sounds with these, for a change of pace. But, they play just like you'd expect. Imagine taking an eraser and strumming it. Well, there you go. The picks are very flimsy and sticky. They catch the strings very easily which makes upstrokes, for me difficult anyway. However, they do have some benefits. I'm just learning how to play guitar. When I use a hard pick my guitar is very loud and that shies me away from really getting into a song or rhythm--especially at first when it sounds terrible and awkward. So, I use the rubber picks until I get the chords switches and melody down. Then, when I switch to a hard pick it sounds 100x's better and is much easier to play (as the hard pick just glides over the strings, whereas, the Weggie sticks and grabs the 1st string on upstrokes and open strings that are a tad higher that fretted ones in a chord--and when it catches wrong you really hear it). The main benefits of these are there comfortable feel and dramatically lowered sounds. It's like muffling your guitar, which is good for practice if you're not a loner. And your strumming hand never gets tired--very comfortable and very easy to keep you hand in the correct position. The hard pick sounds better and plays better--I don't want to mistake that point. I bought 2 packs: 1 Thin-hard and 1 Thin-medium
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