TUSQ 'harmonically rich' picks by graphtech

KnightBrolaire

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Graphtech's picks are good sounding. I had a pile of the deep and bright variants. I preferred the deep variant over the bright. My main complaint is they wear down too quickly for my needs. The deep variant really shines with acoustic guitars ime.
 

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I think they're only about $1.25 each (you get a pack of 6 for $7 Canadian), and so, even if they wear a bit fast, compare that to on V-Pick at $5 or more... or picks from other 'custom' pick companies.
 

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I have some stainless picks and had a couple of jazz iiis made from sterling silver a few years ago. They are not for everyone :D

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I have solid silver, titanium, brass and some other metals (all through Timber-Tones), although they do produce different sound qualities.
 

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Can someone point me to some songs/clips of someone using metal picks for metal music?
 


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