This Marine Designed a Better Guitar Pick
There’s not much you can do to improve on a guitar pick, right? After all, what more can you do with a vaguely triangular piece of plastic?
Guitar player just perked up. “Make them last longer!” they’re yelling. “They keep chipping and cracking!”
Enter Corey Whitney, an ex-Marine living in Dallas. He was frustrated by the quality of the guitar picks he bought so he began to experiment with different polymers. He’s now come up with a plectrum that will last 1,000 hours of playing–or more.
Read up on Corey at The Dallas Morning News.
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Not to take anything away from what this guy has done, but people have been making better high end picks for years.
Cheque out the stuff Huschmid Guitars make. I have a couple, and they really do make a difference. http://www.plectrum.ch
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So does Darren Wilson at Decibel Guitars and he’s in Oakville