I talked to Tony at Telefunken and also Mike Gordon about these graphite picks on eBay. These are true and accurate clones of the Adamas graphite picks. Only the graphics have changed. Looks like Jerry-pick scarcity is no longer an issue.
And I do have to disagree a bit with the comments about the 2mm gator grip picks being a good substitute. While they feel similar, have a similar shape, and have a real nice feel and grip, the resonant tone they make when they strike the string is different, and even more significantly, the upper harmonic content that comes from the light brushing of the pick across the strings is very different in the Gator compared to the Graphite version. There's something to the graphite composite material that kind of adds a zing, almost like a bow on strings, that allows for a very delicate touch of the strings while bringing out a very clear high frequency, bell-tone type ring. The plastic Gators simply don't do this, even with the textured surface, and they sound more mellow and jazz-pick-like. I notice this mostly on very high notes on the unwound strings. The plastic Gator grip has a much harder time bringing out the highs, while the Graphite Adamas style takes little to no effort to excite the strings and give a very clear note. In fact, the lighter you pick, the brighter the response. I think this is part of Jerry's ability to play very fast and light and clean and get all that "note" out of the strings.
Word has it, before Jerry moved to the Adamas graphite 2mm pick, he used a Fender extra-heavy. I wonder when Jer' made the switch.
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