The Dunlop Jazz III Guitar Pick has been an important element to create Eric Johnson's fluid and seamless style. To create the Eric Johnson Jazz III pick, Dunlop laser scanned a vintage Jazz III from ... Read More
The Dunlop Jazz III Guitar Pick has been an important element to create Eric Johnson's fluid and seamless style. To create the Eric Johnson Jazz III pick, Dunlop laser scanned a vintage Jazz III from Eric's collection and recreated it with the most advanced molding techniques available. The result? A Jazz III pick with an even more refined and smooth tip, more flexibility, and a matte finish with raised logos offering you an incredible gripping surface.
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Just tried out the picks recently and really liked them. I was using the black nylon Jazz III, which I also still enjoy. I don't know if its just me but I found the EJs were better for strumming and rhythmic playing, but the jazz IIIs were better for picking. All things considered, I would recommend both the EJs (especially for the grip) and the Jazz IIIs.
I am a big fan of this Guitar Pick, good size, great grip...simply perfect.
I have always loved smaller picks so when I finally got my chance to go to Guitar Center for the first time I thought that I might as well get some new ones. The employes there advised me to try this pick so I bought a pack and plugged in a Les Paul. I was more than amazed at how good of a grip it had and how much better tone I got out of the Gibson. So if you want to have a better sound for not a lot of money, then this is definitely the pick for you!
Comfortable. Hard. Grippy. Precise. Durable. Feels like part of your hand. I don't play jazz, and I'm not a huge Eric Johnson freak, I just fell in love with these after trying about a hundred different kinds of plectrum.
Excellent Pick, very stable. Only drawback is the raised letters collect dead skin between them. Which is gross.
I agree with the other reviews. However I wanted to compare the standard red nylon Jazz III with the Eric Johnson to see if there really is that big of a difference. The tip of the EJ is about 1.5mm longer than the standard Jazz III, and the "sculpted" tip is hardly any different than the standard, only a little bit flatter, not really more rounded. It definitely is more flexible than the standard Jazz III. The only other difference is the nylon isn't as slippery as the standard Jazz III, although very similar. If I had to choose I would actually choose the Eric Johnson Jazz III.
One word...awesome!! this pick is the most comftarble pick I have ever tried! It has the most smooth sound and you can play with it anithing you like to.
I has everything I look for in a pick. An articulate tip, ease of grip, low weight, and just enough flex to minimize the sound of pick attack. I cannot imagine using another now.
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