Monster grips

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mmurray57

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I don't know if anybody has tried these but imho, they work great! They cost $10 and as you can see, they are tacky.

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I don't know if anybody has tried these but imho, they work great! They cost $10 and as you can see, they are tacky.

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Carl King

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Interesting! I have seen some picks that have these built-in. I think Dave Celentano uses some sort of pick like that.

I also prefer non-glossy picks for this reason. My favorite is Dunlop Tortex .88.

-Carl.

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Interesting! I have seen some picks that have these built-in. I think Dave Celentano uses some sort of pick like that.

I also prefer non-glossy picks for this reason. My favorite is Dunlop Tortex .88.

-Carl.

Carl King
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mmurray57

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Originally Posted by: Carl

Interesting! I have seen some picks that have these built-in. I think Dave Celentano uses some sort of pick like that.

I also prefer non-glossy picks for this reason. My favorite is Dunlop Tortex .88.

-Carl.

Funny you mention the Dunlop Tortex pick. I just oredered some of those and I should be getting them today. I got the .50 size though. I wanted to try a thinner pick just to see what differance they make. (I'm a newb).

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Originally Posted by: Carl

Interesting! I have seen some picks that have these built-in. I think Dave Celentano uses some sort of pick like that.

I also prefer non-glossy picks for this reason. My favorite is Dunlop Tortex .88.

-Carl.

Funny you mention the Dunlop Tortex pick. I just oredered some of those and I should be getting them today. I got the .50 size though. I wanted to try a thinner pick just to see what differance they make. (I'm a newb).