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Maxpic No.7/351 Heavy 1,0mm

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Plectrum

  • Thickness: Heavy / 1.00 mm
  • With sanded grip surface
Available since July 2014
Item number 344681
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Thickness 1,00
Delivery Quantity 1
Strength 1,00
Included in Delivery 1
Material Delrin
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£0.94
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Great value pick
Toss-T 29.01.2022
Very durable pick, the grip tape helps it stay in place even when playing with sweaty hands, great value to prize ratio
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Amazing I was surprised of how good it is
Talzx7r 04.01.2022
This type of pick caused me to switch from my jazz 3 picks to this one.
You should try to understand
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The pick for me
Kaergbo 14.08.2017
I'm on a quest to find the perfect bass pick. Although I realise that this quite the subjective issue, I still think we can hold picks to certain objective standards.

I've tried picks in the .77 to 1.00 mm range, and found I like a heavy pick (1mm). This just feels the best on heavy bass strings (50-105). The sandy part on the pick makes it the most grippy I've ever felt, which I really liked. The bass pick for me (for now).
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None Slip Perfection
Anonymous 02.06.2015
I've recently started using picks/plectrae (?) again after many years of finger-styling it instead, mainly as I wanted a harder attack to the notes, but also because I'm playing more rock than slow blues these days. The picks I had to hand were all quite thin, and continually 'spun' as I hit the strings with any power, so I decided to try a selection and see which worked best for me - hence you'll see a few similar reviews.

Firstly, the thickness of the Maxpix whilst no doubt being the quoted 1mm, felt a lot flimsier than the others I'd bought. Not that in use this proved to be a problem in use as it didn't bend overly, but it certainly felt half the width/depth of the Harley Benton equivalents, and a little thinner than the dunlop.

Secondly, the grip on these is exceptional. Not at all sticky and quite rough to the touch, but I was never in any danger of dropping or feeling the dreaded spin as I played.

Of the ones I tried this certainly was the best and the one I'll be stocking-up on.
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