Dating prs se guitars
Dating prs se guitars - Adult Chat Rooms
So I’m in a cover band and we play 6 decades of music, dance rock, pop, classic rock, disco, country, alternative – everything.We picked up “Panama” by Van Halen recently and I noticed that it just eats up my picks (from the pick slides).
I never would have thought of something that simple, and the thought of changing picks just never came up.After reading some of the links she found I saw that most of the famous players that play fast don’t play with the larger pick sizes.Comparing my Fender medium to what they play with is about a 40% difference in size.I’ve always gone with the Fender medium because I have big hands anyway, the pick was easy to hold between my thumb and forefinger.I got my guitar magazine in the mail that same day and saw an ad for these Dava control grip picks – so I ordered them (6).I never thought that something as simple as a pick could control your playing style as much it does…until I started experimenting with different guitar picks.
For YEARS I’ve used the exact same Fender medium picks (celluloid) – and ALWAYS the tortoise shell ones.
I’ve used those since I was a teenager in high school (and I’m 42 now).
I guess it’s one of those “stick with what you know” things.
Once I got them in the mail I played with them about a week at practice, and a gig. I never noticed how the Fender mediums slip in my fingers until I used these.
They’re slightly harder then the Fender medium picks, and I did notice that if you pick too hard or aggresively the rubber does grab on the strings if you stick it in too far every now and again.
Playing things like pickslides does eat on the picks a bit, but only about half as much as the Fender mediums.