Sliding all over the planet this year is the SnakePick coming in 4 different coil sizes: 13mm,15mm,17mm and 19mm. The SnakePick is available in three different gauge sizes: soft, medium and hard. Whit... Read More
Sliding all over the planet this year is the SnakePick coming in 4 different coil sizes: 13mm,15mm,17mm and 19mm. The SnakePick is available in three different gauge sizes: soft, medium and hard. White is Soft, Red is Medium, and Blue is hard.
Unlike the vast majority of existing plectrum styles, the SnakePick will never drop out of the player's fingers, it will never rotate in the player's fingers (given the sizing is correct) and it allows normal playing style with comfort and dexterity. The SnakePick coils around the player's finger at an outward taper. The necessary tension is created by the coil sizes in relation to the finger. The SnakePick is available in four different finger sizes, with three different pick densities.
In the most common usage of the SnakePick, it is worn on the index finger and positioned optimally facing the thumb.
The SnakePick allows you to play various styles. Unlike finger picks, you can strum and pick or use your pick-free fingers to pluck strings. The possibilities of how you play have multiplied greatly. You can turn the SnakePick to different angles for various tones, just like a standard pick. The SnakePick Three Pack consists of three picks of the same size and gauge or in one of each gauge.
Various colors and sizes available. Please see drop down menu to choose.
The measurement is based on the diameter of the first knuckle on the index finger. As a general rule though;
13mm will fit children with ages up to about 8.
15mm will fit adolescents and many women.
17mm will fit older teens, many men and women.
19mm will fit larger men and women.
The soft gauges do have more flexibility in the coils so if you're still unsure, get a mixed pack of your best guess. The soft (white) gauges will comfortably stretch on!
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These things look totally unnecessary or like a gimmick when you see them, but don't judge too quickly. I have trouble holding a pick due to multiple issues in my hand. I often drop them or have to try to get a better grip and mess up my chord because of my trigger thumb. The pick is still attached to my forefinger and i just keep strumming instead of fumbling for a pick that i am about to use. If I am somewhere where I stop playing and pick up again a lot I just wear it as a ring and don't lose it in my pocket or purse. It's great!!!
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