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After the show in Malmo, 2010-11-14, I bought a plectrum from Dweezil for $20. I had been to NYC the previous week and had $22 in my left pocket intending to change them back to Swedish kroner. The pick is made specially for him by the company Red Bear and shouldn't be confused with the picks he gives away or are on sale in the merchandise stand.

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  • well, i had a lot of trouble finding one that i could really play, but i found,but it took a long time untill i find

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  • Tommy Quirk

    I have been completely addicted to this pick since receiving it the mail a few months ago.  I just ordered four more online.  

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  • Chris Smart

    I haven't tried the model Dweez uses yet, but I did get a lil jazzer with grips and right-handed speed bevel. Until now, I've been a loyal Dunlop Jazz III user, recently loving the Ultex version of that pick. Anyway, I got three and love them all: the aforementioned one with grips and bevel, one with neither of those, and a larger jazz pick engraved with the phrase "the bigger the cushion, the better th pushin". Tasteless though it may be, I love it - it's a way of life.  The smaller pick with the grip holes and bevel I had engraved with "PUT ME BACK WHERE YOU FOUND ME OR I'LL SCREAM!" SINCE HELL, THIS MUCH PER PICK, i DON'T WANT THEM GOING MISSING OR BEING STOLEN.

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  • Annellsson

    Go to the Red Bear homepage and see for yourself.

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  • Erik P.

    ok thanks. do all the picls have beveled edges?

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  • Annellsson

    Erik. Yes, it took about that time for the picks to arrive. In my case even a bit longer since it was right around Christmas.

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  • Erik P.

    I just ordered a little jazzer in their extra heavy guage and in the color honey amber. does it actually take 5 weeks for it to be completed?

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  • Erik P.

    Dweezil, what style of picks do you use from red bear. Also everyone in the group I want more red bear picks, are big jazzers good?

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  • Tommy Quirk

    I ordered one of the Red Bear picks a few weeks ago, not knowing what to expect.  Wow, am I impressed.  I kept finding myself moving away from 'medium' picks to thicker guages.  I would find myself 'missing' the string a lot.  I really get a good feel for the string and I honestly feel like the guitar sounds better with this pick.  I'm sold on this pick. 

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  • Annellsson

    According to Dave Skowron at Red Bear Dweezils pick is "Our Classic in Extra-Heavy gauge with grips and a right-hand speed bevel." You can order your own copies from Red Bear Trading.

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