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Power_Arctica
post Jan 3 2008, 10:03 PM
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Hey Muris! You are awesome!! I hope to play like you someday biggrin.gif

I have a question...if you can understand me wink.gif

What kind of picks are the best to play fast alternate picking?? Heavy, extra heavy, medium??
My guitar´s teacher said to me "use 2 mm picks" ....is just for confort or there are picks that works better on fast things??

Thanks Muris!!!

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Mariano

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Muris Varajic
post Jan 3 2008, 10:06 PM
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Hi smile.gif

Seems like your teacher is my type of player since I use 2.0mm and up wink.gif
But there's no sort of rule for that,I prefer heavy gauge while
many players claim that it's faster with thiner,who can tell for sure smile.gif


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We had a discussion about pick gauge not too long ago:
Does Pick Thickness Have To Do With Anything? smile.gif


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We had a discussion about pick gauge not too long ago:
Does Pick Thickness Have To Do With Anything? smile.gif


Yeah,spot on,you can see different options and choices there,
mine is heavy tho which is totally personal matter. smile.gif


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