Professional China Circle magnets for Toronto Factory
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In this video we look at the Dunlop JAZZ III Signature John Petrucci guitar pick, and compare it to the MAX GRIP Carbon Fiber JAZZ III.
The JP Jazz III is made of ULTEX. It’s a very hard pick with a sharp point and edges. It’s pretty slick except for a raised ‘JP’ logo which provides suitable grip. One thing to note is that in pictures the JP Jazz III looks like it has an indented grip area, this is NOT the case.
The JP Jazz III is larger than a standard Jazz III, so it can take some time to get use to if you have been playing with Jazz III’s exclusively. The JP Jazz III is slightly smaller than a standard pick, and slightly larger than a standard Jazz III.
The MAX GRIP Carbon Fiber Jazz III is the standard Jazz III size and provides copious amounts of grip, you really feel “at one” with the Max Grip Jazz III. The Carbon Fiber is hard with very slight flexibility when really pushed. It has a sharp point and sides that glide over the strings and provides a bright tone without being overly harsh.
VERDICT: The DUNLOP JAZZ III MAX GRIP CARBON FIBER is still, THE BEST GUITAR PICK EVER! PERIOD.
Buy a pack of each and try them for yourself, let me know what you think in the comments and feel free to recommend more guitar picks for me to try.
MAX GRIP JAZZ III
John Petrucci JAZZ III
You can find these picks almost anywhere, Sweetwater, Musicians Friend, eBay, Amazon, ect… Go check them out.