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      Change pick gauge "on the fly."

      Dava's original patented multi-gauge Control Pick is the first design to give musicians the ability to control pick gauge while playing. Simply grip the tip for a hard gauge or release the flexible center section for a soft gauge and gain instant dynamic control.

      Whether you want to articulate parts of a lead solo or take a back seat during rhythm playing, it's all in the way you hold it.

      Made from a popular polycarbonate material, Dava gels give you all the features of Dava's original Control Pick design, but now with a new look. All gels had great durability and come in vivid translucent colors.

      Experience new control over your sound. Order today.

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      DavaControl Pick Gels Medium 6-Pack

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      Eh, they're not that bad.

      By Mark Boykin

      from Chicago.

      Comments about Dava Control Pick Gels Medium 6-Pack:

      As far as a Dava pick goes, this one's fairly mediocre. The Grip Tips are more adjustible, comfortable, and cooler-looking, and if you want a pick with this specific body shape with a better material, you could use the Master Control picks (delrin or metal, either/or). The plastic material doesn't endear itself to me.
      Anyway, here's the main point of this review: you aren't supposed to somehow squeeze the pick into a differing thickness! The other reviewer must be a damn fool, "Oh, if I just squeeze this plastic pick it'll change it's thickness, automatically, and that's what they must mean! Dava couldn't possiby mean that I should adjust my grip of the pick, that gripping farther away from the tip allows the thinner part to flex, so you to get the feel of a thinner pick, and gripping closer to the tip means that you're now hitting the strings with the non-flexy part, which gives you the feel of a thicker pick!"

      So don't be misled by that idiot. You grip it differently, and you get a different response; that is absolutely true. I don't like the material itself that much, but the design's flawless.
      My advice? Get one of the picks I recommended above. Dava is good, but they haven't lived up to their standard with this one.
      You can grip the pick differently to get the feel of different gauges. Grip the logo, and you get a thinner feel that's pretty good for strumming; grip farther up, and the thin part can't flex as much (due to the force you apply), which is better for soloing. Try single-note leads with a .50 pick if you don't know what I'm talking about.
      That material sucks. I'd like to see Dava experiment with pick materials that aren't shit.
      You can get more bang for your buck, but it can be more useful than plain-jane celluloid flatties.

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      Dava "control" pick?

      By CFMfan

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Dava Control Pick Gels Medium 6-Pack:

      Not bad for a plastic pick, but what is this hype about "control", and choosing thickness? I felt like an idiot sitting there and squeezing the center of this pick waiting for the tip to change thickness! There is no discernible difference when squeezing the center, or holding it loosely....DUH!

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