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Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium Red 6-Pack

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Dava Rock Control Picks feature a larger control area and insert molded tips for the best sound. Made from Delrin, a very smooth material that glides over strings for a fast action and is used by rock... Read More

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Dava Rock Control Picks feature a larger control area and insert molded tips for the best sound. Made from Delrin, a very smooth material that glides over strings for a fast action and is used by rock, jazz, and fusion players. Dava's multi-gauge grip gives you the dynamics of multiple pick gauges on the fly--simply choke up on the tip for a hard gauge or release the flexible center section for a soft gauge.

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DavaRock Control Delrin Medium
 
3.9

(based on 12 reviews)

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I am a beginner and I ...

I am a beginner and I love this pick. With other style picks I had been fumbling but I have great control with this one. Easy to hold. The Dava celluloid is also...Read complete review

I am a beginner and I love this pick. With other style picks I had been fumbling but I have great control with this one. Easy to hold. The Dava celluloid is also good but the sound is lighter. My favorite pick so far.

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Doesn't Quite Live Up to the Marketing

I was intrigued by the idea of going from a light to a heavy gauge so I picked up a pack of these. I prefer a heavier pick, maybe in the range of .80mm...Read complete review

I was intrigued by the idea of going from a light to a heavy gauge so I picked up a pack of these. I prefer a heavier pick, maybe in the range of .80mm to .95mm. I would say these range more around .50mm to .70mm, even while holding it at the "heavy" line. The main problem here is that because the middle is flexible (to facilitate the gauge change) you never get the feel of an actual medium to heavy pick, there will always be a little give while playing. This might not be an issue if I could use it strictly as a light gauge pick for strumming, but the other problem with these is that in order to get the "light" pick, you have to hold it near the end which for me personally is an awkward way to hold a pick as I tend to hold picks closer to the tip. This is actually another problem as my grip tends to extend even past the heavy line when holding these. This puts the bump in the front right under my fingers, which feels awkward. I gave these 3 stars even though I ended up returning them because while I may not have liked them, they may work for someone who is okay with a light to medium pick, and holding it in the middle. TLDR; the flexible middle prevents it from being a real medium to heavy pick, and the light line is too far back to use it as a light pick.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Doesn't Quite Live Up to the Marketing

By Jacob

from California

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Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

I was intrigued by the idea of going from a light to a heavy gauge so I picked up a pack of these. I prefer a heavier pick, maybe in the range of .80mm to .95mm. I would say these range more around .50mm to .70mm, even while holding it at the "heavy" line. The main problem here is that because the middle is flexible (to facilitate the gauge change) you never get the feel of an actual medium to heavy pick, there will always be a little give while playing. This might not be an issue if I could use it strictly as a light gauge pick for strumming, but the other problem with these is that in order to get the "light" pick, you have to hold it near the end which for me personally is an awkward way to hold a pick as I tend to hold picks closer to the tip. This is actually another problem as my grip tends to extend even past the heavy line when holding these. This puts the bump in the front right under my fingers, which feels awkward. I gave these 3 stars even though I ended up returning them because while I may not have liked them, they may work for someone who is okay with a light to medium pick, and holding it in the middle. TLDR; the flexible middle prevents it from being a real medium to heavy pick, and the light line is too far back to use it as a light pick.

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3.0

Doesn't Quite Live Up to the Marketing

By Jacob

from California

Site Member

Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

I was intrigued by the idea of going from a light to a heavy gauge so I picked up a pack of these. I prefer a heavier pick, maybe in the range of .80mm to .95mm. I would say these range more around .50mm to .70mm, even while holding it at the ""heavy"" line. The main problem here is that because the middle is flexible (to facilitate the gauge change) you never get the feel of an actual medium to heavy pick, there will always be a little give while playing. This might not be an issue if I could use it strictly as a light gauge pick for strumming, but the other problem with these is that in order to get the ""light"" pick, you have to hold it near the end which for me personally is an awkward way to hold a pick as I tend to hold picks closer to the tip. This is actually another problem as my grip tends to extend even past the heavy line when holding these. This puts the bump in the front right under my fingers, which feels awkward. I gave these 3 stars even though I ended up returning them because while I may not have liked them, they may work for someone who is okay with a light to medium pick, and holding it in the middle. TLDR; the flexible middle prevents it from being a real medium to heavy pick, and the light line is too far back to use it as a light pick.

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4.0

Not bad.

By Chris Laird

from Marion, OH

Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

I really like Dava's regular style picks so I decided to try out some of these. They're a little pricey so I figured they must be good. These picks a little larger than Dava's other picks. I think they are well suited for beginners and for those who play a lot of acoustic guitar. As for a seasoned player such as myself who mainly plays electric guitar, the larger size is a bit of a distraction. I found myself fumbling it around quite a bit to get the right grip. It's not bad but, I'm sticking with my standard Dava's.

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4.0

Pic Tech

By CURTIS CHAMBERS

from Wayland, MA.

Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

These pics are have some really cool technology, but they still move around on fast riffs. A tacky grip surface, or diamond cut like on carbon fiber pics would make these my pic of choice. I like the feel on slower strumming and arpeggio, good feedback to my fingers and transfer to the oscillators.

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1.0

Sounds good in theory but actual usage leaves much to be desired

By Chan Joe

from New York City, New York

Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

I was looking for a pick that will not slip out of my hand. This pick seemed to address my problem. However, in actual usage the pick does not produce a good tone.

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(0 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Terrible pick

By max brusil

from chicago, illinois

Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

This is simply terrible. It bends and snaps easily in the middle.

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Pick!

By MJ

from Baltimore, MD

Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

While I prefer the Dunlop Jazz III picks for my electrics, when it comes to my acoustic, this is the pick I always grab. They have a fantastic grip and I love the fact I can change the gauge and feel of it just by changing the way I hold it. I was not expecting a pick to make that much of a difference, but this Dava proved me wrong. I always keep a good supply on hand and a few in my case as I can't be without them now.

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5.0

Awesome picks!!!

By Jennifer

from Phoenix, AZ

Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

This comes in a 3 pack, not a 6 pack but that aside, my husband says it is the best pick he has ever played with.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great for solos, shredding

By rocknight99

from jacksonville, FL

Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

I needed a pick for solos and shredding. Impressive look, shape, and very effective. This definitely does the job, especially with quick rock licks and arpeggios...works far better than the Dava Control pick or most jazz picks, in my opinion. After playing with it only the second time the grip felt normal and adjusting to the Dava Rock Delrin was effortless. (i would not recommend it for extensive rhythm guitar chord work like country music for example)

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(12 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

We both love these picks

By Rick

from Kansas City, Missouri

Comments about Dava Rock Control Delrin Medium:

These are awesome picks...... control, durability, looks, and by varying your grip, you can vary the stiffness of the pick,, how hard it hits the strings when used. Got one for myself, and two for my cousin who plays alot of guitar. We both love the pick.

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