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Wirething Clear Acrylic Steel Wire Pick
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The Wirething Clear Acrylic Steel Wire Guitar Pick combines the strength, sound, and feel of traditional metal picks with the light weight and ergono...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Wirething Clear Acrylic Steel Wire Guitar Pick combines the strength, sound, and feel of traditional metal picks with the light weight and ergonomics of plastic picks. The grip is a custom contoured surface that's very easy to hang onto. Super-hard stainless steel wire provides high strength without magnetic attraction to electric guitar pickups. Thin rounded wire wrapped in a plastic grip eliminates the contact of skin to pick for an amazing clean twinkling tone without noise or clicking. The rounded wire slides on the strings rather than scraping like flat metal picks. The smooth feel on a classic nylon or steel acoustic provides picking perfection, especially if you're burning it up.
- Precision-formed for consistent production
- Micro-smooth polished finish for reduced string wear
- Spring-tempered for extra-long life and durability
- .035" super-hard stainless steel wire
- Easier on guitar strings
- Injection-molded acrylic
- Contoured for thumb shape
Reviewed by 5 customers
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Yep! Magnetic. Otherwise the Wirething Acrylic/Steel Wire pick plays as well as the standard Dunlop Jazz III picks. The extra bonus for the Wirething is its grip. You can't see it in the product pictures but there's very small "teeth" on one side of the grip that cause the Wirething to really take hold of the thumb's fingerprint.
Metal picks sound better (although they are definitely harder on the strings). I like the grip, but the wire sounds more like I'm playing my guitar with a quarter (if you like that sound, maybe this'll work for you). I had a hard time playing fast with this pick as well.
Here's a metal pick without all the metal--a nicely muted sound on my metal strings (as contrasted with the more bright sound of all-metal picks) without a lot of string noise. Has a nice grip. I was afraid the wire might bend, but it's very sturdy.
This pick is really good, nice tone and easy to go fast. I am a beginner and it helps a lot.
This pick absolutley ruins any tones you could try to make. The no-slip grip was cool, but the chicken wire picking surface that sticks out of it doesnt produce any kind of snap/response. And, though I didn't play with it long, I can just imagine the piece of junk bending. It was sorta ok for pickslides, but there's more to picking than that, right?