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.
Paying this much for a pick is tough when you are unable to try them out before buying. Fortunately, I was able to return the first two picks I purchased, and found too large for my taste, and they swapped them out free of charge and no shipping other than my cost to send the originals back.
The picks themselves seem to be great. I’ve had one session with one. I went back and forth between my Dunlop Flow Gloss 2mm’s. The jury is still out, I like a dimpled pick. But I love the slanted slot cut into the Gravity Pick. If someone made a dimpled pick with a slot I would be all over it.
I will continue giving the Gravity picks I bought a fare shake. I think it is an excellent concept.
These are hand down the best picks I've ever used!! I especially love the fact you can different shaped holes to help you hold onto them.
I found I played with more expression from the first moment I picked up a gravity pick. I had never played anything heavier than a .88 mm tortex or nylon prior. Currently, depending on what I’m trying to do in the studio I am using anything from a Gravity 1.5 to a 3.0. I love them. I also use several different sizes and shapes, based on the guitar I’m using and the part I’m playing. These picks have changed the way I play in the best way.
I have a 1.5 sunrise standard in luminescent Lime Green that I bought at least 10 years ago and play almost daily.
I hope it outlives me. It is my all-time favorite pick - wish you still had that color/thickness. I think I paid $5.00 for it at a guitar show in Spartanburg SC.
These are good picks at the regular price. On sale (overstock) they are even better. Comfortable, stay in the fingers well, sound good. I like the polished edge for strumming, master finish for picking.