Stringjoy 1.5mm Midnight Black Jazz Picks – 10 pack


“This is the pick if you want maximum speed and maximum volume. The pick itself is small in body, but this much thickness gives it a nice, meaty feel perfect for single note players.” – Scott, founder of Stringjoy

These are the only picks you’re ever going to want to use.

Here’s why: They have excellent grip, they’re tougher than nails, and they sound more natural against the strings than any other picks out there.

Many players prefer the jazz pick shape for its smaller size and more pronounced point, which makes playing faster feel easy and more natural.

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SKU: SJ-JA150 Category:

What’s with the name?

POM stands for polyoxymethylene, the high-crystalline polymer we make our picks from. It’s the best material we’ve come across for getting the perfect tone, playability, and durability from a guitar pick.

POM is used in everything from auto parts to ski bindings and is known for being extremely strong, even if it’s cut very thin. Naturally, it’s perfect for guitar picks.

The POM that our picks are made out of has the distinction of being very porous (think like volcanic rock, on a microscopic scale), so it grips exceptionally well, and feels comfortable between the fingers.

Our guarantee is what we say it is. If anything does not perform to your satisfaction, return it for a replacement or refund. No hassle, no worries.

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  1. (verified owner)

    I have been using the Dunlop Tortex Jazz H3’s forever. Last year I decided to get the Dunlop Jazz III 1.15mm picks and switched over to them, abandoning my once trusty purple picks. On a lark I decided to try Stringjoy’s 1.5mm Midnight Black Jazz picks. I am SOLD! These picks are amazing. They are more durable than my old Dunlop favorites and they feel amazing. I now have a bunch of Dunlop picks to give away!

  2. (verified owner)

    LOVE these picks! I used the Tortex 1.14mm picks for the longest time, and I wore through them very quickly so I’d been looking for something a little more durable, and let me tell you, these Stringjoy picks delivered that and more!
    They’re a lot more durable, and they’re a little bit smaller even than the Jazz III’s, and I love it!
    And the added thickness feels awesome, it gets rid of any flex the pick might have and gives it such a solid feeling whether you’re playing death metal shred or worship music strumming.
    All in all, ten out of ten! Great job guys!

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How much does shipping cost?

All US orders ship free, so long as they’re over $8. Alaska and Hawaii too. Simple as that. No tax (except for our fellow TN residents), no extra handling charges, nothing.

We do ship internationally as well, though unfortunately we can’t do it for free. There’s some more info on all that at the bottom of this tab.

How long will it take for my order to ship?

All string and pick orders ship within 2 business days, most within 1 business day (Monday – Friday, minus postal holidays). We want to get your gear out as quickly as possible, but we will not rush the process.

The most important thing to us is that everything in your order is perfect, and that’s why we take the time to put together and inspect each individual order by hand.

Do you ship outside of the US?

We’ll ship most anywhere in the world. Our site will automatically calculate the shipping costs on the checkout page. Typically, when shipping internationally it’s best to order a few things at a time to better spread out the shipping cost over the whole order, rather than paying to ship one set of strings halfway across the world.

Due to the wealth of country tax and tariff codes, any import duties or fees are the responsibility of the purchaser.

International orders can take anywhere from 3-6 weeks to arrive. We will ship every order with a tracking code, but not all countries update the tracking once the package arrives in its destination country. But as always, if you have any trouble with your order, we’re here to help.

Questions? Email us!