With a different thickness on each corner (.5mm, .75mm, 1mm), this incredibly versatile guitar pick makes it easy to quickly switch from a lighter gauge for effortless strumming, to a heavier gauge for a sharper attack and accurate picking, or a middle ground for alternating between picking and strumming at a fast tempo.
Every guitarist knows how important it is to remain relaxed while playing. The textured, slightly raised, and contoured center of our Tri-Force Pick give it an incredibly ergonomic grip providing effortless strumming.
Material: ABS plastic
Thickness: .5mm, .75mm, 1mm
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What pick is best for you?
Well, it all comes down to preference and there is a huge variety of picks out there. Here at Ploutone, we select the most popular designs and materials among modern guitarists. Our standard shape and jazz shaped guitar picks are used throughout all genres of music and levels of skill.
Here is a simple guide to help you decide which shape might be best for you:
Standard Shapes- The standard shape guitar pick is the most popular among guitarists around the world. It works well for a variety of strumming styles and techniques. From blues and country to rock and even heavier styles, these delrin standard picks have it covered.
Jazz Shapes- Jazz shaped guitar picks are slightly smaller than the standard shape. Their size makes them a bit nimbler with a narrower tip for a smaller point of contact. These picks are excellent for modern guitar players who enjoy fast runs, hybrid picking, alternative picking, and general shredding. Players who use jazz shaped picks often note that it helps improve their picking accuracy and feel.
Thickness- Picks that are 1mm thick or less are often preferred by players who spend more time strumming chords and playing rhythm whereas thicker picks are slightly preferable for faster playing as they do not flex as much and provide a better response and faster attack.
Material- Different guitar pick materials have varying properties which can impact tone and feel. Harder and stiffer picks may produce a slightly brighter tone and sharper attack. Texture can also play a big role in how comfortable a pick feels and how easy it is to hold on to.