I'm a drummer, not a guitarist, but I bought those for my band leader for birthday and he's used it for several years now, always carefully packs and takes it to every concert. Whether this is because it's really convenient to have spare picks within easy reach, or because he wants to look like his idols on TV with a row of spare picks sticking out of their mic stand - I don't know. Maybe a bit of both.
PROS: inexpensive, easy to attach, holds the picks securely, looks cool :)
Each pack comes with two pick-holding strips, which are about 6 inches long. This is an incredibly clever idea and works very well. The strips are slightly sticky to the touch but seem to have a certain reaction with a certain plastic that makes them cling to picks. Some picks stick better than others, though. A good guideline of how well they will stick is to check if their plastic is glossy, or diffuse (matte). For example, my Jazz III picks are made of a strange plastic and will usually fall from the holder after too much movement, but my Jazz II's are made of the regular , common plastic and stick very well. It is aso a good idea to remember that after use, the strips will pick up more and more grit from your hands, etc. and will lose their stick, and they will need to be wiped down with a wet cloth but this is no hassle. My only fear is that these strips may leave a sticky mark on my guitar if i try to peel them off at any point, but i havn't tried yet so this cant be confirmed. To conclude, if you're looking for a cheap and nifty accessory to add to your axe, and to gloat over your friends with, these are a good buy.
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