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What guitar picks does jimmy page use?


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2012-08-12 00:44:23
2012-08-12 00:44:23

He can't use something heavy because its well known that he LOVES super slinkies and using a heavy pick on light strings makes the guitar sound smooth, and jimmy likes it dirty. Also when you solo like jimmy does you need something that will just sweep the strings. He plays fast, but isn't accurate enough to need a heavy or small pick. My best guess is probably a mid strength pick, probably dunlop or fender. Something above a .88 but less than 1.14

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