The Striker shape is a tri-sided pick with slightly rounded tips. This essentially gives you 3 picks in one. Nothing wrong about that. In general, pointed tips are brighter than rounded tips. The Axis and Stealth are also tri-sided models, with the Axis being the most rounded and the Stealth the most pointed.
There are 4 sizes: Mini (Jazz size), Big Mini, Standard (Traditional size) and XL.
Mini: .96" wide, .91" tall
Big Mini: 1.06" wide, 1.02" tall
Standard: 1.16" wide, 1.13" tall
XL: 1.26" wide, 1.22" 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
I bought one of nearly every pick Gravity makes, these are my favorite pick of all time
After a minor shipping and email mix up everything is fixed up. Great product. I just love these picks.
I bought a Gravity Striker Standard 2 polished pick on a whim as a backup and had to start using it when I recently misplaced my Blue Chip of the same size, shape, and bevel. The Gravity has now become my primary pick (at 1/6th the cost) and the Blue Chip the backup. Enough said. It remains to be seen how well the Gravity wears.
I’ve been using theses picks about 5 years. I love the 2mm to the 3mm Strikers. I had one pick last over 4 years. You have a better chance loosing one than it wearing out.
These picks project without sounding harsh and the holes make a comfortable, stable grip. The latest version is in a translucent blue, but, frankly, I like the previous ones I bought in red a little better.