Pm me your addy ... I will send you onetumbledownshack wrote:Where can I buy these picks?
I have wanted to try them for years, but I thought they didn't make them anymore.
Trey from Phish uses them too.
Yep, that's them. I prefer these picks, as well.Sparechaynge wrote:Regarding the Telefunken picks (please don't hate me!),
Where do you guys buy them from? This page?: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200 ... =824&kw=lg
I like the grip better than the Adamas, but I want to be sure that these are real and not a scam or something.
Ha! I picked up a bag of Adamas recently, and have been digging them too...I'm gonna order up some V-Picks over the weekend. I recall posting in your travelling picks thread about finding the V's too clicky, well I just found some clear Gravity picks in my acoustic case, they must have been what I was referring to...I strummed a little with a Gravity pick on my acoustic, it sounded like a baseball card stuck in bike spokes!Jon S. wrote:If those Telefunkens are good enough for Joethepainter and SpareChaynge, they're good enough for me. Just bought a bag! Now I can get a 3-way rotation going (Adamas-V-Picks-Telefunken).
Yea, they're all pricey, but worth it! I can't use thin picks for anything anymore....Sparechaynge wrote:Thanks!
I'm going to get a bag of 2mm and a bag of 3mm. I'm really digging my 2.75mm V-Pick, the thinner ones don't have the same fullness to my ears. I just can't get thinner picks to sound like Jer, or be useable on bass and guitar. Need more bang for the buck at these prices.
My apostasy is over. I'm back to graphite again (preferring Telefunkens for the moment).Jon S. wrote:I'm going to admit that I've become an Adamas apostate. I still dig them but prefer the V-Pick 1.5 mm Traditional. In fact, I did a blind (for the listeners) A-B test with my band on Sunday and it was unanimous - better Jerry tones with the V-Pick. Though this finding, of course, must be taken in the context of my full rig which overlaps with, but is not identical to, Jerry's. The bottom line remains, "Listen with your ears, not your expectations."