Originally I bought this pick for experimentation with different sounds, the sort only achievable by using a metal pick; now, something I should mention is that the grip is only good (for me) when I am only trying to strum, when I tried to solo with it I found it too slippy for most speeds I tend to play at - however, the tone for chords is nice and sounds unique (to me). Now, where I found this coming into its own is when I used it for a bass part; due to the fact I am not the best bassist, I tend to use a pick (what I am used to), most picks I use (1mm Nylon/Carbon Fiber) have a proclivity to grind away quickly when playing, however, this has not - yet - started to nor has it shed many filings (which get stuck to pick ups and look messy).
So pros are: Good quality (low shedding); Nice tones (scratching/unique strumming tones); looks good and is easy to find in low light.
Cons: Can be slippery; is a little on the large side; can get stuck to pick ups.
Really not my cup of tea. But if you want to get that metal sound, go for it!
Well let's say this is really not my style but I wanted to try it out to see if it is, and I am not going to downgrade it if I don't like the style. If you like that metal sound this is the pick for you. I can only imagine what it sounds with a resonator guitar. I believe it would make Johnny Winter's soul rise up and play some bluesy licks.
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