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Flatpicks, fingerpicks...pics of your favorite picks and why!

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Your experience with bone guitar picks plectrums

How many of you have used boneguitar picks and what is your openion about it?www.facebook.com/divapicksContinue

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Started by varshnei Nov 8, 2015.

Pickstory

If you're interested in the history and styles of vintage picks, this little book is a treasuretrove of information and is FULL of illustrations.Picks!Will HooverPub: Miller Freeman BooksISBN:…Continue

Started by Alan Sturgess Jun 4, 2015.

Recovering the Errant Plectrum - A Reprise 14 Replies

Back by popular demand, here is the video that has all guitar-dom talking. I've benefitted a lot from being in the Acoustic Guitar Community. This video is my opportunity to "give back." This is also…Continue

Started by Walt Pilcher. Last reply by Walt Pilcher May 15, 2015.

Pics of Picks you collect! 4 Replies

I have several picks that fall into the collecting category, meaning that I don't use them when I play gigs.Lets post pictures of them here and tell why they are special to you!Continue

Started by Edward Sparks. Last reply by Robert Williamson May 14, 2015.

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Comment by tim mc nulty on February 18, 2012 at 5:27am
Hi Edward.thanks for the invite ...I use Jim Dunlop Nylon picks ...most of the time I use a. 60 NM but I modify them... by folding the sides and bending the tip..this helps me hit the strings I want not too hard...but at the same time sounds like a finger pick...
Comment by Edward Sparks on January 9, 2012 at 8:14pm

George Mesheau, welcome to the group!  Edward

P.S. Just got back from NYC and bought a few picks at Rudy's...will post pics of the picks soon!  

Comment by Rosemary j. Lambin on December 30, 2011 at 3:57pm

Thanks for the invite! When I started learning the guitar, I used a pick. Lately, I've been using my fingers more often. I thought it would be useful to try both methods. Here are some pix of my picks. The purple one is from my brother. He's played guitar for years, so he has a lot of picks. I found the red Guitar Center pick on the sidewalk, and I picked it up ( remember when people used to pick up pennies because it was supposed to be good luck?). The Dunlop pick with the blue marble pattern is from a set my boyfriend got me. That is the style I use most often.IMG_9482.jpg And here are my Hello Kitty picks. These are rather thin, and I've found I like something a little thicker. But they're cute!IMG_9481.jpg

Comment by Edward Sparks on December 29, 2011 at 11:03pm

Rosemary, Welcome tot he group!  Looking forward to talking to you here!  Edward

Comment by JR Boyette on December 23, 2011 at 1:11pm
Lol been there done that ! Just not lately.
Comment by Edward Sparks on December 23, 2011 at 12:01pm

JR, welcome to the group!  Edward

Comment by JR Boyette on December 23, 2011 at 11:16am

I use a flat pick usually Dunlop[s I like them kind of thin , I never got used to the thick unbendable but I don't want them swishy like a brush. I have a tendency to break and crack the nail on my middle finger right hand and even put on a fake nail for a while. Felt like Ozzy for a while lol. I have a thumb pick and finger picks (for banjo) but just give me a flat pick and I'll make it work , or matchbook or homemade anything in a triangle. I have even used a quarter with my electrics (but I know that's not allowed here. lol

Comment by Edward Sparks on December 23, 2011 at 6:55am

I have a 76 LP signature...kind of a recording model with a semi-hollow body...a lovely instrument!  

Comment by Chris Moore on December 23, 2011 at 4:19am

Hi Edward, yeah, L6S was a nice geetar, had a lovely smooth sort of tone and the neck was thinner than a standard Les Paul, felt more comfortable. Must admit though I'd always wanted a Les Paul Recording, but they were way out of my price range at the time. :)

Comment by Edward Sparks on December 22, 2011 at 3:02pm

Ah Chris, a Gibson L6S, now that was quite a guitar!  Edward

 

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