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Mick's Picks SPINK Flexible Guitar Pick

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The obese SPINK is a thick (3mm) flexible pick that's ideal for bass players. It's made from exclusive Tone-Flex material for great sound and long li...Click To Read More About This Product

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Thick, soft, smooth.

The obese SPINK is a thick (3mm) flexible pick that's ideal for bass players. It's made from exclusive Tone-Flex material for great sound and long life. Autoharp players will love using the SPINK too. Pack of 3.


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Mick's PicksSPINK Flexible Guitar Pick
 
5.0

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5.0

My "Go To" on bass.

By Keith Clevenger

from Kansas City

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Comments about Mick's Picks SPINK Flexible Guitar Pick:

I play bass with fingers sometimes when I need that ultra-smooth sound. But I mostly use these green rubber picks. I can play much faster with a pick -being primarily a guitarist. These green rubber picks have almost a finger-like sound being very thick but slightly flexible. Just the right amount of attack for me - way less than a hard plastic pick. A friend of mine had never seen these before and after she tried it, she really liked it too so I gave her one. Then someone (of course) walked off with my last one so I had to order more. I just read a bad review of these on the combo pack calling these cheap.. Dude, I don't think I could CHEW through one of these. I used one of these picks almost exclusively for a year with absolutely NO signs of wear on the pick and I play nearly every single day. The reviewer also said "just use a guitar pick", but as I said before, a hard plastic pick has a much sharper sound than these. It depends on what style you like. If you've liked felt picks before, DEFINITELY give these a try.

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5.0

Better than felt!

By Chris s

from Austin, TX

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Comments about Mick's Picks SPINK Flexible Guitar Pick:

Perfect replace my for felt picks! Easy on the fingers, great tone and yet will last forever!

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