“When I used to do some production work, the most common mistake I would see was that acoustic players would use far thicker picks than they needed to, which never recorded well. These picks will give you just the tone you need, recorded or live.” – 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 classic pick shape because it’s easy to grip, and the rounded point of the pick creates a balanced tone that works well for both picked and strummed sounds.