Dunlop releasing the Eric Johnson Classic Jazz III pick.

Eric Johnson Classic Jazz IIIBenicia, CA (January 2, 2008) -- Dunlop has announced the release of the Eric Johnson Classic Jazz III pick, a vintage takeoff of the Dunlop Jazz III used by, you guessed it, Eric Johnson.

The pick is designed with control and speed in mind. Its pointed tip and more refined rounded edge were created with Dunlop’s most advanced lazer scan and molding techniques. The pick also features increased flexibility and a matte finish with raised logos that provides a great grip.

The company is currently shipping the E.J. Classic Jazz III.

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