Acrylic Picks Mini None – Gravity Picks Inc.

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Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None
Acrylic Picks Mini None

Acrylic Picks

Regular price
$12.00 Each
Sale price
$12.00 Each
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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.

GRIP HOLES
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.

Customer Reviews

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ramiro galvan
Great Pick

I took a chance, i'm used to using jim dunlop jazz stubby 3.0, and these were the same size , easy to get used to, they seem smoother for fast picking and very clean sounding ,i really like them, wish shipping was free. Just wonder why you don't make thumb picks , i play fingerstyle as well and would like to have a thumb pick made with your quality and materials, let me know if you ever make them please. ramiro galvan

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Brev Sullivan
Love the picks, way too expensive

I love the picks. Too expensive for a working musician. If you lose one, bye bye $10. Wish you guys could make them more affordable.

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paul secondino
Pics that give you greater control

The type of pic you use shouldn’t make a huge difference but it does. At some point, I started using Jazzercise pics and realize that I had better control over the strings than I did with regular size pics. Then it took me years to find something that was the right thickness and feel and tone. Then I tried gravity pics at Namm 2017 . These are more expensive than common plastic pics with the field, longevity and tone are all exceptional.
Before these, I tried red bear pics. I liked the feel and tone but they were much too expensive. Over $20 per pic gravity is expensive but reasonable because I get the tone and feel that I want.

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Mike Carazza
Nice shape and size

Was not sure about the thickness but these are very comfortable and glide over the strings

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Ben Sturgill
Fastest picks.

I use the Tripp and Sunrise 1.5s. They are different but really don’t play differently to me. The Tripp has 3 different tips, I use the sharp one, 90% of the time. I’ll probably just buy Sunrise in the future.

For whatever reason I don’t lose my grip with these picks. Because of that I can play looser, more dynamically and faster. Honestly it doesn’t make any sense to me. A pick is a pick, right? Apparently not. I can’t see myself switching picks again.