The Razer shape is similar to a normal guitar pick shape, differing by the uniformed, narrow taper all the way from the shoulders down to the tip. It is not as wide as the Classic model.
There are 4 sizes: Mini (Jazz size), Big Mini, Standard (Traditional size) and XL.
Mini: .83" wide, .97" tall
Big Mini: .92" wide, 1.07" tall
Standard: 1.02" wide, 1.17" tall
XL: 1.12" wide, 1.29" tall
There are also several grip holes to choose from. Grip holes are not available for the 1.5mm thickness.
There are many variations combining size, thickness, grip holes and choice of polished bevels. There is definitely a pick for every guitar player.
The bevels on each pick are shaped on a grinding wheel which creates rough bevels. Those bevels are then polished or left unpolished (which we call ‘Master Finish’).
The Polished version glides across the strings with very little effort.
The Master Finish (unpolished) version is a bit brighter and creates a different release off the string. It allows you to ‘dig in’ a bit more. It is just a personal preference.
Louder & Brighter Compared To Regular Picks
Increased Output With Less Effort
Acrylic Material Has Superior Grip
Grip Holes For Even More Gripping Power
Lasts Longer Compared To Regular Picks
100s Of Variations To Fit Your Playing Needs
Unlock The True Tone Of Your Instrument
Polished edges feel a bit better (to me) for heavy rhythm playing since they don't bite into the strings as much.
I got the Razer 1.5mm, Sunrise 1.5mm and Sunrise 2.0mm. Each one has it’s own strengths. The Razer is a little better for lead picking and string skipping. The Sunrises are both great all around, the 2.0 having a warmer sound and the 1.5 with a crisp attack. Solid picks!