About 6 years on my solid body electric guitars.
For my electro-acoustic, I have a very flexible pick horn handmade reported by a friend of a market in a hometown ... impossible to find elsewhere, I always look for a pick that would suit me to replace in case ... it's really good it brings a lot its level
- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Yes, mainly dunlop as many.
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
I love the shape, grip, sound, texture.
I do not like the grip that died before the mediator.
- How would you rate the quality / price?
7.40 6 Thomann, bah is not likely to ruin it with that
- With experience, you do again this choice?
Yes, I sometimes recommend it, but I probably will test others.
Kind of hybrid between a pick and a Type 3 Jazz Tortex standard type size issue, the Ibanez PA 16HS is a pick of a 1 mm thick, with a grip of the two sides for easy grip and avoid losses of picks on stage.
I've tried several types, Tortex, stubby, 3 of Jazz, ... in short, a bit of all types but it's the Ibanez who is a national winner.
It is hard enough to keep a check when typed shred licks, but flexible enough for a game more suited to the rhythm and strumming.
Inexpensive, I recommend it to anyone who wants a pick to play any style of music.