« 3 different hardness with the same mediator! »
Published on 04/03/11 at 00:30
I used to use dunlop nylon picks the last twenty years remaining for my favorite with good grip and with that hardness suited me, but since I tried the nylon Dava, it replaces the dunlop (0.73, 0.88 & 1 mm) alone according to the manner in which it is yours, which requires mastery as a small, but what fun to go through such a rapid and jerky rhythm (eg funky or the mediator must be flexible not hang too) has a lil solo (or the mediator must be harder in order to give the attack to the notes) without changing the plectrum!
certainly it is more expensive than the Dunlop, but he wears more slowly and it is clear that according to 3 different hardness, try it you'll see!