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Gibson 1/2 Gross Standard Style Guitar Pick
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Gibson guitar picks are made with the classic styling of a 351-shape pick with quality celluloid, Choose thin, medium, heavy or extra heavy....Read More
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Gibson guitar picks are made with the classic styling of a 351-shape pick with quality celluloid, Choose thin, medium, heavy or extra heavy.
Reviewed by 22 customers
I to have one of the older picks from years ago. I found it in my basement. I recently ordered a few dozen of them and i love them. For all of the people that say they break easily, get heavy or extra heavy. I love these picks and love the sound they make when i play
I found one of their old ones lying around the house one day, still have no idea where it came from. Well, now it's my lucky pick. I actually thought it was generic because the ink lettering was gone but not the indents. So now I've found them. I use Gibson Heavys. I'm reading a lot of people don't like em cuz they break, well get heavy. They work EXTREMELY well for me. I mean, if I lose this pick, I seriously get lost and pissed. If I had a few dozen of the heavy, maybe I can replace it if it happens to get lost
I'm very satisfied this pick. It gives good warm sound and keeps hand very well. Only one thing is annoyed - this picks damage very fast and I must buy it very often.
I purchased many dozens of these. Enough to last me the past 5-6 years. I just recently decided to purchase another few dozen so I have them. These new picks are horrible. I don't know what they did, but they make them VERY cheaply now. They break just sitting around and jamming by myself. I go through a few a practice. The older ones that I still have last for a good while. DO NOT get these picks. WASTE OF MONEY. Get Dunlop instead.
Gibson is my favorite guitar/amp label. But NOT for picks! Too weak and too thin for me. If you're pop-music player, it's probably ok, but if your playing technique is very dynamic - Gibson's picks are VERY BAD choice. Expect breaks of picks and strings in the middle of gig. Personally, I use Dunlop 2-mm picks - they'll NEVER break itself nor strings.
Gibson picks are the best picks I have ever used.They are truly exceptional. They are very consistent. The mediums are flexable enough to play rhythm and stiff enought to play lead. They are extremely durable. This is as good as it gets in the pick department.
This pick redefines the words "good quality" when people talk about this pick. It provides a nice grip and makes strings sound good. I higly reccomend it.
long lasting, high quality picks
Just because they say gibson doesn't mean that they are good. These picks are pretty bad in my opinion. A buddy of mine let me use one since i didn't have one at the time and I just couldn't work with it. It was way to light, it was a heavy pick and it was just to light. As most have said already, they chip away way to fast. I played with it for a while and always, i got this rather annoying scratchy sound from it that I didnt get with other picks. I really can't say go out and buy these.
Has just enough flexibility and longer-lasting playability.