No doubt that a Guitar Pick makes the life of a guitarist easier. But many guitarists believe that using a pick for playing guitar is not a matter of pride, and instead use their fingers for playing guitar, be it an acoustic one or an electric one. This is not just about playing the guitar via a medium because the tunes produced while using fingers and songs made while using a pick are completely different from each other, and it purely depends on the choice of the guitarist to use a pick or not. But one cannot deny the benefits of using a pick, the main reason being that it avoids swelling and soreness of fingertips, which is mainly found in beginners.
Choosing the correct guitar pick!
There are hundreds of options in the market for guitar picks, but of different quality. The guitar picks that are mainly available in the market are thick guitar picks, medium guitar picks, and Guitar Pick Thin. The sound that is produced through each of these picks is different. It depends on the kind of sound that the guitarist wants to create by using these different guitar picks. If the guitarist wants heavier tunes to play, then he chooses a thick guitar pick, and for high-pitched melodies, thin picks are used. The availability of different picks is necessary for a guitarist who prefers using them.
For managing these picks, a guitarist uses a Guitar Pick Holder that is mainly equipped in the guitar itself for the convenience of the guitarist. The holder helps the guitarist place the picks in it when the guitarist is using their fingers to play the guitar.
Comparison of different picks
Fender Guitar Pick at times, mainly during the 1970s, used to be one of the most used picks; popular guitarists and musicians used them. It was mainly used for playing electric guitars. These picks are produced using celluloid, which is considered a good quality material for making picks.
However, the use of these picks started decreasing due to the introduction of advanced picks. One such brand is the Dunlop picks made by Tik Pik, which can be stuck on the surface of the guitar due to the suction system installed in it, so much in a tiny pick.
Use of non-greasy and non-sticky technology
The Dunlop picks come with non-sticky technology that does not feel greasy to hand, and the guitarist can use it conveniently. And is also available in different mediums.
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