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Jazz60

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The Jazz pick is very similar in size and shape to the Dunlop Jazz 3 pick.  This is a Jazz in a 60/1000 of an inch(1.5mm) thickness. All of our picks are 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.

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  1. Dependable and indispensible! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Dec 2014

    Very warm compared with the Dunlop Jazz III. Amazing I have not lost the first one I bought - even still I bought three more just in case.


  2. The best all-around pick for jazz guitar 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th May 2014

    Like many of the other reviewers, I've tried lots of picks made by boutique and mainstream companies. I've even tried a few of the smaller and larger BlueChip jazz picks and this is the best one for me. It has just the right balance of warmth, clarity, and speed. It's just big enough so that it doesn't make clicking noises when it hits the strings, but it's also small enough to enable me to forget that I'm holding a pick, so I can play fast and really hear the notes.

    The price isn't that bad since I often spend $30 on high quality flatwound strings that won't last nearly as long as this pick.


  3. Expensive but worth it to me 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Aug 2013

    I have tried a variety of picks and for me, Blue Chip are the best of the higher end ones. I have been playing this pick since May (3 months) and have probably put at least 200 hours on it.

    The BC pick glides more smoothly against string contact and I find I can pick and play a little faster with it -- maybe a 1, 2 or 3% improvement. That's not much, but I have paid more for things that yielded a lower incremental return. Better yet, the improvement seems lasting and I think my picking is better now when I use regular picks, too.

    The only detriment to the pick is that every time I use and play for more than an hour or so it always get extremely slippery in the grip for about 30 seconds or so. I don't know why it happens, but it does. (If someone at BC can tell me what to do about the slipperiness, I would appreciate it)

    3 months in there is virtually no wear on the pick. I would buy another if I lost it.


  4. Everything else sounds like plastic 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Jun 2013

    I played a lot of picks since nearly 40 years. I played nearly exclusively Wegen Picks in the end , but now , i never play anything else than Blue Chip Picks.


  5. In a league of its own 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Dec 2012

    I'm a tone chaser. I play mostly jazz. I've tried dozens of picks and this pick is so much more dimensional and open than anything else I've tried. I brought it to my guitar shop and had my tech and others try it against theirs, and they were all shocked at how much better it sounded, how much more they could hear, and how dull and thin their picks sounded. If you're a tone chaser, this pick is a "must have".


  6. Truly Amazing 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Dec 2012

    If you like the size and feel of Dunlop Jazz III picks, the Blue Chip Jazz 60 will be a welcome upgrade. The Blue Chip is easier to hold than the Dunlop and has less friction on the strings. But the real reason to invest in a Blue Chip pick is the sound. The difference between the Blue Chip pick and any other pick I've used is the beautiful sound the Blue Chip produces.

    So why isn't everyone using a Blue Chip pick? Apparently it's because Blue Chip picks cost $35-50 instead of $1. Really, that's the reason you haven't bought a Blue Chip pick? You bought a $1,000+ guitar instead of a $150 guitar and have never regretted the investment, yet you can't bring yourself to pay $35 for a pick that will make that $1,000 guitar sound significantly better. Get over it!! These picks are truly amazing.


  7. Great pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th May 2012

    Just as advertised, very slick on the strings and stays put in my fingers. Love it.


  8. OK, you win! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Apr 2012

    I just ordered 2 more!


  9. I'm glad I bought it! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Mar 2012

    There are hardly any reviews submitted about these picks, so I thought I'd try.

    I've been playing the guitar for over 50 years - mostly Jazz, but a little bit of everything. This is the best pick I've ever tried. (I've never tried a tortoise shell pick, but I have experimented with a few other fairly expensive picks.) It feels grippy in my fingers but slippery on the strings. It sounds smooth and clear. It's (for me) exactly the right size, shape, thickness, and bevel. It's very precisely made. It's purported to be extremely wear resistant (too soon for me to tell).

    But I've got to be honest. I understand that the material used is very expensive, so I'm not complaining, but the pick cost me $39.45 including shipping. My second favorite pick is subjectively 90% as good (to me) in every respect. It's the Dunlop 1.14 amber Ultex Jazz III. They cost about 40 cents each. I have over 50 of them. So I won't be ordering any more BlueChip Jazz 60's. BUT, I WILL be putting them at the top of my holiday gift wish list every year, so I DO hope to acquire a few more ... and then maybe a few more after that!


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