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    Ibanez Steve Vai Signature Guitar Picks, 6-Pack

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    By a customer from

    Submitted: 12/22/2007

    Style of Music: Hard Rock, Blues, Psychadelic

    Experience: Active Musician


    I've been Paying (trying) for over 30 years now. I guess it's like a lawyer they're always "practicing" law. But for the last few months I've been on a "PICK" obsession. Over the years and especially lately, I truly have tried everything. For the peeps that think all picks are the same. keep practicing and listen to yoursef. These Steve Vai picks are the best of every worls. They have an Acetal base, which if you;ve used the white Claytons that's pure Acetal. Acetal is a hard pick with no "Scraping" noise on the wound strings. While the Delrin Picks have virtually no surface noise, they can still have that Pop on the wound strings, especially for bright guitars like Strats. The Delrins are about the purest picks, but with distortion you lose the definition of multiple strings. The Acetals have more ofd a woody type sound and have a very clear sound, but you lose that "Rough" feel with the smoothness of striking the string. The Beauty of the Steve Vai picks is that they are a material called "Polyacetal. Which Allow for a little Scraping" noise on the string, which is just enough for the Pinch harmonics on demand. They truly are the best of every world, far above the Celuloids,Brighter than the Tortex, but not too bright Like the Dunlop Gels. Dunlop Gels I use on acoustic or sometimes on slight distortion on electric. These can sound beautiful, but if not played right, they can be noisy as hell. But for overall balls to the wall without too much surface noise, but rough enough for the harmonics the Vai is the way to go. They also have the perfect tip. Not to pointy, for smoothness and not to round for attacks. It comes in a Grip if you would like also. Hopefully I explained this ok, as you may tell I'm a bit of a fussy person for tone, but the tone is everything.
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