Silver Supporting Member
I like Dunlop Primetone. Not pretty to look at but nice grip and sound.
I wish I would've spent more time trying to get that hybrid style down- it really is the best method. I do kinda have my own thing though so that's always a plus. I just have a very tough thumbnail on my picking hand and that gets me close to a pick sound.I do a lot of hybrid picking so I like a pick that isn't too grippy so I can spin it's position in my hand when I want to play with my fingers for a while. also good for tapping and grabbing the whammy bar
I've basically tried them all, from Blue Chip, Red Bear(or whatever they're called), tortex, ultex, glass, stone, metal, hard woods, even bought some picks made out of wooly mammoth ivory. The one I always come back to is the Max Grip Jazz 3, just can't be beat inmho. Cheap, easy to find, and they sound great.