O.K. So the picks arrived (I got a couple for ya, TS), and I just did a quick run through with my Vibrosonic Reverb into a JBL-D130F on like 2.9...
These picks definitely have a bit of a "chirp" to them when they touch the strings that the others don't.
I'm assuming that's the graphite factor.
Here's a couple tests I did... I plugged in a Strat and with it just hanging around my neck (not touching the stirngs) it has a single coil hum.
Touching the graphite pick to the strings makes ALOT of static noise, touching the other Dunlop picks I have on hand (Nylon .46, .73, .88, 1mm, and Dunlop 208) doesn't produce static, just a white noise-ish sound.
If I mute the strings and just touch the edge of the Adamas to the strings, I hear a chirp with the graphite pick.
Playing scales and strumming chords in general I did detect that chirp sound (almost like a small static discharge), and it is right on top of the pick attack... Yeah, I think it sounds Jerry-ish.
I'm not sure of the need for it to be 2mm (I'm thinkin'... if graphite dosen't bend, wouldn't 1mm be sufficient?).
It feels and handles alot like the 1mm Dunlop Nylon and is pretty much the same shape and color. The Dunlop 208's I have are a slightly diferent shape.
I also tried them with my Carvin with Active electronincs and you can really hear that chirp.
With that ax I was able to back the Treble down a notch to like 5.5.
All in all I'll continue to use them and compare, but mostly I'll just plain enjoy knowing that I'm using the same brand/model pick that jGar used!
Fareed Haque and Garaj Mahal tonight at The Goodfoot!
Maybe I'll bring him one to try!