PLANET WAVES 6dbk7 – 25 duralin Precision 吉他拨片，超厚，25包
- 超厚实的计 ( 黑色；1.5 mm ) ，高度清晰地玩耍
- SHARP 形状，说明游戏风格
- 由 duralin ，材料因其强度、手柄、耐用性和耐磨性的理想结合
- PLANET WAVES 选择包装为品牌设计，尽量降低资源浪费和环境影响
Duralin Guitar Picks
Duralin is a unique material with an extraordinary combination of strength, stiffness, dimensional stability, fatigue resistance and low friction. Normally used as a replacement for metal bushings and bearings in industrial applications, this extremely durable polymer is ideal for picks. Duralin picks are known for their bright clicking sound when hitting strings and are preferred by many soloists for their clear articulation on fast single note passages.
Duralin Guitar Picks
Duralin Precision Guitar Picks
Nylflex Guitar Picks
Classic Celluloid Guitar Picks
Black Ice Guitar Picks
Black Ice Picks are the ultimate for pick control and articulation. The small size and sharp jazz shaped tip allow the pick to have a fast response and bright tone with excellent note definition. This pick is a favorite among jazz, progressive rock and metal guitarists.
Black IceGuitar Picks
Cortex Guitar Picks
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Nylpro Guitar Picks
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I have a moderately aggressive style, playing hard rock and metal. This provides the perfect amount of attack for me, helped by the precision point. The thickness is also perfect -- I find that thicker picks don't have enough give and actually create too much resistance when I am playing fast passages, and thinner picks just don't have quite the attack I want. I've compared these picks to Pickboy, Duralin Precision light through extra heavy,
Black Ice picks, Tortex Ultex Sharp, and many more - I'm picky, what can I say! Way back in the day, I loved the Pickboy Carbonite 1.0 -- these are hard to find these days, and their downside was how they wore -- I can wholeheartedly say that these are a great replacement, and my favorite of the dozens I tested.
I can 'feel the strings' through this pick's fine 'touch' better than when using plastic picks.
I also use heavier versions of this pick when I need more volume from my acoustic guitar but I use these lighter picks all of the time on my electric and often, with my acoustic, as well.
The Duralin seems to hold up better than the plastic picks (I use Fender) which will crack and split, eventually. I've never had a duration pick wear out (yet).
I also use these light .5mm duration picks for a spacing gauge to adjust the spacing between the six, independently adjustable bridge saddles on my Peavey AT200 electric guitar, each of which contains a piezo pickup. It is difficult to adjust them visually because they are black on a black bridge plate but using these picks placed between them as spacers, setup is easy and very fast! Piezo pickups will 'quack' if they touch each other and they will 'go out' of adjustment so it is critical to have a fast way to adjust them if you gig with this kind of guitar.
These are my go-to pick and the bulk pack means I can usually find a pick in any room of the house!