The Jazz pick is very similar in size and shape to the Dunlop Jazz 3 pick. This is a Jazz in a 100/1000 of an inch(2.5mm) thickness. All of our picks a professionally machined, hand beveled, and laser etched. This pick has a universal rounded bevel.
Quarters, Nickels and Dimes, if included in the pictures, are for size reference only. They are not etched on the picks or included with the sale. To use this reference, please place a coin on your current non-Bluechip pick and then compare to the pictures of our picks with coins on top of them. This will help you choose the pick that is closest to your current favorite size and shape.
Posted by Max on 7th Jan 2017
quick adequate deal, good product,
improved the tone of the strings a lot,
Posted by Dan on 13th Dec 2016
This pick has the smooth string release of a rounder point while still maintaining the articulation of a more pointed pick. It also a much wider dynamic range then any other pick I have. I tested against multiple versions of the Jazz III (Primetone, Ultex, 2mm Ultex, carbon fibre, red nylon), multiple thickness of acrylic picks with rough finished bevels, and some kind of Wegen gypsy jazz pick. This pick is extremely responsive to how hard you pick. One can produce an extremely quite and soft sound. Other picks cannot produce as soft an attack no matter how light one's right-hand technique is.
I only play electric guitar, so I don't know how it would fare acoustically. I am torn between returning or just ordering more picks. I love the feel and the way it plays, the tone is nice too (very lively), but the attack doesn't seem to have enough "bite" for playing metal riffs. However, I do find that the pick imparts an almost piano -like tone, which is quite nice. Ultimately I feel like I will probably end up being a repeat customer. This pick definitely distinguishes itself among other picks of similar size and configuration.
Posted by Chris Cartledge on 23rd Dec 2013
This pick glides so effortless across the strings. I had one chip and I have lost 2 which is a kick in the shins because they are outrageously expensive. I went as long as I could without buying another until I couldn't take it anymore. This pick makes me a better player so.... I have to have it. The one that chipped, Bluechip offered to replace it but I lost it before I could mail it back... Kick to the other shin. They are brown and when you drop them... your heart drops with it. My whole band will stop and look for it because they know how much I love it... and how expensive they are. But again... the pick makes me a better player.
Posted by Tim Rothwell on 24th Jul 2013
Best pick I have ever used. Fast, smooth, excellent grip. Lovely tone. Worth the money, $75, but I live in fear that I might lose it!
Posted by tanicus on 13th Oct 2012
fantastic pick , but obviusly, dont even think to loose it
Posted by Jeff on 10th Jul 2012
Incidentally I ordered this by mistake! But I figured I should give it a shot before asking to use the return policy, since there was some vacation-related hassle involved and I didn't want to trouble the good people at Blue Chip if I didn't have to. I found it to be an extremely fast, extremely controllable pick, with the only real limiting factor being how precisely I could play. If it weren't for my preference for more to grab onto - big hands - I'd have gladly kept and used this pick. But I did end up swapping it for the Jazz LG, which I had intended to order originally.
Still, while I had it, it was a killer pick and as stated probably the best small pick I've ever used, really fine control over the strings with that sucker. Anyone who knows they like a Jazz style pick should definitely give it a shot. If you like the larger size, make sure you order the right one ;)