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RE: there's a better fingerpick...

Postby ricochet » Sun Aug 14, 2005 11:44 pm

Yeah, those Pickeys look good. I'll have to get some and try 'em.

I've been playing barefingered for a while, and for the last hour or so I've been trying to get used to the fingerpicks again. They just really bring out that reso sound!

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RE: there's a better fingerpick...

Postby nhslim » Mon Aug 22, 2005 12:06 am

I've started to use a thin flat pick ACC glued to the cut down remains of a thumb pick cause I got tired of dropping the d&*m flat picks. I flat pick most of the time but I can do double stops and such like it was a thumb pick.
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RE: there's a better fingerpick...

Postby ricochet » Tue Aug 30, 2005 10:16 pm

I've got a set of those new Guptill Resonator Picks that are angled toward the pinky. Sounded like a great idea, but I don't yet know if they are or not. It's taking me some getting used to the new positions of the tips. They make me improvise freely.

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