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Jazz60 LG

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Product Description

The Jazz LG is a pick that is very similar in shape to our original Jazz pick. It is slightly larger than the regular jazz pick. This is a Jazz LG in a 60/1000 of an inch(1.5mm) 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.

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  1. Love these picks... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Mar 2018

    Third Blue Chip pick and I love this one, too.. Great for bluegrass fiddle tunes on my acoustic or rock/jazz on my electrics: great tone, stays steadfast between my thumb and index finger, the real deal.
    Easy to palm for fingerpicking, too. Now I'm trying their other models to zero in on a pick I like the best, expensive but worth the cost. I often don't review musical products, but, I was taken
    with this pick. I thought it seemed expensive at first, but, after using it for a while, I eventually came to the conclusion that I was glad I pulled the trigger. Highest recommendation!.

  2. awesome 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Dec 2017

    I use this for electric guitar. It has exceeded my expectations! Perfect size and had great attack on the strings... love all my blue chip picks

  3. Finally found the one. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Dec 2017

    I've been searching for a pick that does everything I need for many years. I've tried them all... Buffalo horn, hardwood, all manner of xxxTex, and never found anything that was a fit beyond the trusty Fender 347. Then I delved into the premium market. Hated Wegen, just seemed like thick brittle plastic to me.
    Then I finally found Blue Chip Jazz LG 60. Wow. Not only is it the perfect shape, but the material actually improved my accuracy AND provides much better tone. What more can you ask? Having the ability to engrave is icing on the best cake ever.

  4. One of the eight best picks I've ever played with 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jul 2017

    I received my Jazz LG60 in my most recent order. BC was kind enough to put a slight bevel on it, even though that wasn't listed as an option when I ordered. It's everything I expected, mainly great feel and great tone. That said, I have eight different BC picks now and I love playing with all of them. They sit out beside my practice chair and I switch around during my sessions. My Jazz LG80 is a real go-to, because I work a lot on Pat Martino-style lines. The CT55 was a really nice surprise, since it's larger and thinner than I thought I'd like, but I love it, too. And, of course, there's the Jazz LG100, which gives the warmest tone of any pick because of it's thick, pointed tip. I look forward to trying out a few other styles of BC picks in the future. Thanks!

  5. nice and crisp 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Oct 2016

    I liked the thicker picks, I wanted to try a pointier one so I grabbed this. The point did just what I hoped it sounds great on my Old Wave oval A and all my guitars. I do prefer the triangle on the mandolin because I also like the rounded side but for my smarting 00018-he and my electrics this pick does great!

  6. Best pick ever? 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Mar 2016

    I've been searching for the perfect pick for years now, and I think I've found it! The size is perfect, the material comfortable, the point is perfect for my purposes (I play lots of fast stuff, shred, jazz, metal, classical etc.), the tone is phenomenal and the pick just doesn't wear. Normally I see significant wear in a traditional jazz 3 after about 2 days, to give you an idea of how fast I wear down picks.

    It's worth mentioning that it takes a number of days to "break in" though, regarding the tone. It starts out sounding a little bit dull, but then colors up after a little while. After that, the tone seems to stay that way and any sort of "wear" just stops. It's actually kind of weird, but I like it.

    It's also worth mentioning that the customer service is amazing! As a joke, I wrote "maybe throw in a chocolate bar or something" and they actually did lol! It was a tasty chocolate bar, and this is the perfect pick. Next I'll see if I like the right hand speed bevel better than the universally rounded one :)

  7. Amazing Pick "Jazz60 LG with Speed Bevel" 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Nov 2015

    This really is an amazing pick!!
    I using BlueChip's picks for about 2 years.
    I've tried so many picks and the Jazz60 LG is the best so far.
    Great tone, amazing touch and perfect size.

    and, I ordered Jazz60 LG with "speed bevel" this time...
    HOLY!!It's really amazing!!More smooth and speed.
    This is my favorite pick in the world!!
    Thanks BlueChip \m/

  8. Quest for the Holy Grail......of picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jul 2015

    I have been on a quest for the best guitar pick for me for a couple of months now, I have ordered picks in all price ranges and materials, my favorite was a stone pick, but with the noise on the high E & B strings it was clear that I would have to find another alternative, there are only a couple companies that I didn't try, after receiving the Blue Chip I stopped my search, I play a minimum of an hour a day and most days find time for 3 to 4 hours, my style is prog rock so l play a lot of fast alternate picking which is very hard on your pick, I have played with this pick for a out a month now with no signs of wear, the high E & B string noise is gone for the most part and the pick feels almost as smooth off the strings as the stone pick which feels like glass, it's really close, I intend to make this my pick and purchase more, if you are on the quest I was then make sure you give this one a try, I don't think you will be disappointed

  9. Worth the Price 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th May 2015

    I like to play with a wide variety of picks for a wide variety of circumstances. On guitar and mandolin, for certain plectral challenges, I prefer a jazz pick. This pick plays like a dream. I would have preferred it to have been a trifle larger, but it seems very close to the standard pick size, with a bit more of a point. The material does seem to have a peculiar "grip", without feeling "sticky" or "tacky" to the touch. The material feels very sturdy and I suspect will be very abrasion resistant. If you can avoid losing it, for years of use, methinx the pick will be found to be well worth the purchase.

  10. Integral part of my gear 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Nov 2014

    I've been using the LG 60 Jazz for about a year now. You wouldn't think there was so much to say about a pick, but wow, I have a lot to say.
    It looks and feels the same as the day I got it, and I play a LOT.
    I play in a rock band, and I can shred with this thing and stay extremely accurate.
    There's something about the shiny surface that helps it stick to my fingers.
    The tone is great. Really bright and pronounced.
    It really feels like an extension of my hand.
    The dynamics are fantastic.
    Unicorns gather around me whenever I play. (it gets a little awkward explaining that to the neighbors...)
    Seriously. I love this pick. I bought a spare, just in case. But I put it away every time just as carefully as I put my guitar away. To me, it's an important part of gear and my sound.

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