Our Cricket Hunter picks are part of our Royal Jelly Series, and have quickly become a best seller. The speed bevels help glide over the strings with little effort, allowing you to play with ease.
The Cricket Hunter is a rounded triangle shape with speed bevels all around. It’s similar in shape to the popular 346 shape, but is an original design from Honey Picks.
Honey Picks come in 3 different sizes: Small, Medium and Large.
Small: similar in height to a Dunlop Jazz iii
Medium: similar in height to a Dunlop Flow/Jazz XL
Large: similar in height to a Classic 351 shape
The honeycomb grip is our option for extra grip while holding onto the guitar pick. The hexagonal design not only goes with the Honey branding, but it was chosen for its ability to keep the pick locked in position while playing. If you have trouble holding onto picks, or if you have sweaty hands, the Honeycomb Grip is an excellent option.
The Royal Grip is a textured patterned honeycomb design with our Royal Jelly logo. If you want a super stable grip without drilling a hole through the pick, this is the ticket. It has become a very popular option for those with grip issues.
Each pick from the smallest thickness to the thickest, is beveled by hand. It is a tedious process that takes time and skill, but it’s what sets our picks apart from the mass produced picks.
These picks are made from Casein/Galalith, and the thickness may vary slightly from 4mm, 3mm & 2mm. Galalith is a hornlike plastic made from casein and formaldehyde and used especially in making small molded objects. Tone-wise, Casein/Galalith has been used as a replacement for genuine tortoiseshell which is no longer legal to harvest or sell.