REASONS TO USE A GRAVITY PICK
-Shaped And Polished By Professionals To Bring You A Quality Product That Cannot Be Matched At This Price Point.
-Acrylic grips very well as has the ability to glide across the strings with very little resistance.
-Instant Tone Improvement.
-Play Faster And Louder With Our Unique Material And Bevel Design.
-Proprietary Beveling System To Give The Most Consistent Bevels Possible. You Will Receive A Consistent Product Each And Every Time You Order.
-Lasts Much Longer Than A Regular Pick.
POLISHED VS MASTER FINISH
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.
The minimum thickness for the grip holes is 2mm. We cannot offer the grip holes in the 1.5mm thickness because they can break easily. I apologize for the inconvenience. Please try the 2mm. Most players are able to adjust up to the 2mm.
Gravity picks did it right. Fantastic action and no slip in the fingers. Thanks guys!
I have carpel tunnel in my right hand. Hole allows me to grip pick.
Great tone as well.
The Razer seems to be the perfect combination of length from the top of the pick to the tip. I've been using Jazz picks for a while and started with the 003, but they've become a little too close to the strings for me. And the Classic is too big. but this Big Mini size seems to be just what I needed.
However, I'm not sure about the ellipse hole. I'm about to order one with the round hole to compare. The ellipse keeps moving the pick into a position that I seem to be fighting against. It does its job holding the pick there!
I'll try the Razer Big Mini Round Hole next. I expect it to be my perfect solution.
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I'm primarily a modern jazz player, but I mix in some bluesy and old school sounds. I love the Tripp design as it gives me three different tones from the same pick, and the multi-hole grip is just terrific. I originally bought a Standard 3mm and have since tried some others. The sweet spot for me is the Big Mini 2mm. Feel and sound are the same as the Standard 3mm but just tiny a bit more comfortable to hold. The 1.5mm produces a thinner sound with more pick noise, which is good when I want an edgier, more acoustic sound. My Master Finish one is more raspy than any pick I've ever used. I may find a use for it in a blues or fusion setting.