Playing The Giant Chibson Plectrum
Plectrum not large enough? Let Chibson help you!
The Plexicon – Episode Three – Jim Dunlop Tortex 351
In this edition of the Plexicon, I take a good hard look at the Jim Dunlop Tortex 351 .88mm, a true classic in the modern sense.
Interview – Matt Halliday of Stone Age Picks
I sat down to have a good yarn with Matt to talk about what’s happened in the last year, who’s playing Stone Age now, what’s next for the brand and solar powered lapidary. Check it out on YouTube or on Anchor in podcast form!
The Pick Ninja
This time on the Rep I take a look at The Pick Ninja, a device designed to help you with your grip. If you’d like to know more about this thing, head over to http://www.thepickninja.com and give it a try. Full review coming soon!
The Plexicon: Episode Two – Rock Hard Plasma
Here’s the new episode of the Plexicon, covering the Rock Hard Plasma. If you want any more information, head over to www.rockhardpicks.com.
Interview with Paul from Bog Street
I sit down for a virtual chat with Paul from Bog Street following the release of their new Axe Series picks. Check it out on the Podcast too!
The Plexicon: Episode One – Dava Control Pick
Today is a new series debut here on the Rep. The Plexicon goes right into the face and history of my collection, covering picks from all over the world, periods of time, and price points.
Our first candidate is the Dava Control Pick. Enjoy!
Hufschmid Anvil Review
This time on the YouTube I take a hearty swing at the Hufschmid Anvil, a 5mm acrylic plectrum with infinite power and a curiously tender side. Have a watch to find out how I got on with this slab of Toan!
Interview with Dave Martone
It was quite the day when I posted for the first time in the Player’s Pick Podcast Facebook group (thanks Chrys!), and I was asked by a gentleman called Gareth about Frock Picks. He told me that the only player he’d ever seen using them was one Dave Martone, a Canadian guitarist of some serious repute.
With a complete lack of information on Frock on the internet, I decided to reach out to Dave and see if he fancied giving me a bit of information on these, and following his unexpected video response, one thing led to another and he agreed to this interview. Big thanks to Dave for his time, his perseverance with the technical problems, and for his candour, which was refreshing.
Check out Dave’s extensive work with the likes of Satriani, Jennifer Batten, Stu Hamm, Billy Sheehan and more at www.davemartone.com.