The Jazz is a pick that is very similar in size and shape to the Dunlop Jazz 3 picks. This is a Jazz in a 35/1000 of an inch(.89mm) thickness. All of our picks a professionally machined, hand beveled, and laser etched. This pick comes with 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 Rick Jones on 19th Sep 2016
I recently bought several picks from Blue Chip not knowing the thickness I would like. I have used Dunlap Jazz 204/205 for a long time but a buddy had a Blue Chip which was interesting. The 35 Jazz is a little thin for my use but still a good pick.
Posted by Oliver de Peralta on 19th Feb 2016
This pick is so precise and accurate - Its like you cutting with a scalpel notes out of your guitar - I have played now 5 different blue picks ---- Jazz 35 ----Jazz LG 40----Jazz 50 ---- Jazz LG 60 ---and CT 55 -----
All picks are amazing on its own - each different pick gives another paying feel and sound and in the end it will be a personal preference to find which pick gives you the best results for your skill level and playing style. I would recommend to buy your first bluechip pick in a size what you usually play and you can't get wrong with that ---- I am a guitar teacher and have not played a pick what is so enjoyable to play --- I have tested this pick with all my student and there was not one of my students want to go back to the old ones and every student had immediate better sound on the guitar ....... $ 35 is a bargain for what you get out and I will stay with this pick for my rest of my guitar life ---- Hope that helps to make a buying decision - congrats to bluechip pick to crack the code on how to bring the world the best pick you can imagine
Posted by Unknown on 28th Jan 2016
Due to the small size it gives me the ability to have full control of the pick with soft strumming or high intense chording and picking. It also in a class of its own with the sound quality it produces.
Posted by David on 17th Nov 2015
I've had the TAD 60, STP 35, and now the Jazz 35. I mainly like to flatpick with some occasional strumming. I find the small size with sharp point very accurate for flat picking. Even though there is no bevel, the pick just glides off the strings. And since the pick is a 35 thickness, she bends every so slightly for a good strum. This is my favorite Bluechip pick of all the ones I've tried. David.
Posted by Stewart Darling on 25th Aug 2014
Demo'd the pick for a local luthier and he was totally amazed ot the sound it produced.
I totally agree. Compared it to Dunlop's Jazz pick of same thickness. Blue Chip far superior
Posted by Ross Whitney on 19th May 2014
I wouldn't spend this much money for a pick I didn't think sounded and felt better to use than other picks. I do use some others occasionally, if I need something thinner for strumming, but I'm grateful these Blue Chip picks are available. I go through one about every 6 months, and mostly use the Jazz 35 and sometimes the Jazz 50 for a bigger sound.
Posted by Skip Neumann on 4th Oct 2012
I switched from Jazz III to the BC JAZZ 35. I have had alot of picks in my life and this is by far the best. I cover pretty much all guitar styles; jazz,funk,rock,blues,country and this pick works for all. As was mentioned in some of the demo videos, the pick is smooth but is easy to grip and does not get away from you when you're picking fast. It is a wonderful pick for sweep picking and high speed arpeggios. My best tip is to buy more then one and lock away the spare pick in a safe place. I lost my very first one and was having real trouble using any other pick. I know the cost is in the realm of ridiculous but there is no replacement for something that really works... I guess I would gladly trade one of my $200 distortion pedals that's sitting in the closet for a bunch of these picks.