The Wolcott fig. 7 – a lovely rounded shape spotted in a technical publication from 1938. Very balanced shape, almost round, it obviously has its roots in the very round mandolin shapes, but the added point makes this pick relevant, even today.
This almost circular plectrum feels balanced and is at ease in any material, here in tortoise Kirinite.
32.5 x 29.5mm, it is fairly large, offering plenty of surface for grip, aided by the terraced grip structure, that offers central orientation and more texture without getting in the way.
Fancy trying out a new grip?
If you know your early soldering techniques, you’ll recognise that name.
This grip leaves a high rise where the grip hole would be. The high rise adds rather massively to the grip…
This plectrum absolutely looks the vintage part, the tortoise pattern suggests a total classic. Use Kirinite, the tortoises will thank you for it.
Kirinite™ is a versatile, innovative acrylic sheet material that is bringing new excitement to an ever-increasing variety of products. Kirinite comes in a wide array of alluring colours and patterns, but there’s a lot more to Kirinite than just dazzling colors. It is a great tone material for guitar picks and will help in getting bite and volume into your guitar tone.