Pros: Touch, Speed, Tone
This pick ist great, i like it very mucht. It's my favorite pick right now (I also play a Wegen, a BlueChip and a Dugain). The material is so nice to touch, smooth and round, the size and thickness is perfect for me, the bevels are wonderful and allow for extremly fast playing. The tone ist very nice, mid-based, round. Don't know if it wears fast by now.
Submitted by: Chris on 06/26/2016 02:00:22 AM
Pros: Great tone, speedy bevel, nice grips
I really love this pick. I own at least one model from just about every single boutique guitar pick brand you can think of. I love the Guzz S3 for a few reasons. First off, it's different than what's pictured...in a good way. It isn't made of a shiny, slick plastic like it seems. It's made of a matte finished material that produces a fantastic tone. I also love the bevel. It's speedy and sounds just great. I use it more than most of the picks I own. Definitely worth trying out.
Submitted by: Pete on 05/18/2014 11:11:59 PM
Guzz S3 pick
Hands down the best pick i've used. Makes a huge difference in tone, especially above the 12th fret where things tend to thin out. Notes are louder and rounder, almost dramatically so. They also are very comfortable to play. And almost no pick clatter. I spent a day going between this pick and a Wegen Gypsy and a Clayton horn pick that I had refashioned. Though I love the other two, the Wegen just makes too much noise and the horn pick loses everything above the 12th fret. Really do yourself a favor and try one.
Submitted by: rob mcrae on 03/23/2014 09:44:46 AM
Pros: comfortable pic, great sound
Cons: not durable, big design oversight with the dot markers
A good pick. Nicer sound, less "clicky" than the wegens. Wears out pretty quick, and once it wears up to the little dot you see in the picture, which is an inlay of different material, you're screwed because that starts to catch on the strings. Hope they fix that issue..
Submitted by: wim on 03/25/2013 01:16:21 AM
Guzz S3 pick
I've finally found my plectrum of choice! After a couple of years experimenting with rosewood then ebony then buffalo horn plectrums, all of which wore down quickly and were a little too thin, I spent a couple of happy years with a 3.5mm gypsy jazz pick that had great grip and a fat tone, but which had a lot of "click". This Guzz plectrum sounds just as fat, used on the rounded sides and I find that there's a huge difference in tone depending on which side is used; bright or mellow. It's easy to hold, feels great and gives a nice round attack to the notes, especially on the treble strings. Plus, it's half the price of my old plectrum. Maybe I'll find one that I prefer sometime in the future but I've stopped looking because I'm so happy with the S3. It's helping to make me to sound the way I want to.
Submitted by: Louis Manouche on 01/07/2013 03:09:39 PM
Tested and Approved
Pros: Extremely versatile. Great quality
Cons: Hard to hear the difference between the edges
I've now used this pick on several gigs and it is quite versatile. I can easily switch between rhythm and soloing textures without the need of multiple picks. I personally enjoy thicker picks which is why this pick is a perfect fit for me. I did, however, find it hard to hear the differences between the three edges. All in all, it's a pick worth the money and one I'll be holding onto for a long while.
Submitted by: AmmonB on 03/04/2012 12:15:45 AM