SarnoMusicSolutions wrote:Telefunken is making a few shapes. They have the exact Jerry pick clone too. I think Edwin has the Phil Lesh shaped triangle one, yes/no?
jackr wrote:That is interesting. I know the CEO of Telefunken. I sold him a Resurrection bolt a while back. He's got a great guitar collection. Real nice guy. He said he would hook me up with mics if I ever needed but never mentioned the pics.
SarnoMusicSolutions wrote:Why bother Dunlop anymore? I believe that Telefunken is now gladly making plenty of these Jerry picks for us all.
SarnoMusicSolutions wrote:And regarding using this pick, I still find it very challenging. I have to use it all the time and even when I pick up the guitar, it takes a good 20 minutes to even get my right hand in the zone. There's no forgiveness with this pick. You really have to have just the right touch, and if you pick too hard with it, which is the tendency for most, the tone is bad. Hard picking with this pick makes for a quick snap and then a lifeless and dull note. But the light touch, just gently nudging the string into vibration, is full of life and rich, clear, sparkly tone. Nothing like being in the zone with this pick where the right hand is just gliding across the strings. But at first, it's pretty clunky for me. Anyone else find this to be true??
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