Timber Tones Gypsy Tones Mix Tin


Mixed tin of four Gypsy Tones picks in African Ebony, Buffalo Bone, Black Horn and Coconut Husk.

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African Ebony, Buffalo Bone, Black Horn & Coconut Husk.
We recommend Gypsy Tones for Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar & Gypsy Jazz Guitar.
African Ebony is one of hardest Timbers that we use and has very clear clean tones, which can help to add some brightness to the tone of most guitars.
Coconut Husk is surprisingly hard and as such has clean bright Tones.
Buffalo Bone has very clear clean tones, which can help to add some brightness to the tone of most guitars.
Buffalo Horn has the closest tone to the fabled Tortoise shell picks. Although softer than Bone it is still very hard wearing and has a more rounded mellow tone.
Gypsy Tones are an Equilateral Triangle 30mm * 30mm and 3.5mm thick. They chamfer down to precise playing tips. They are ideally suited to Gypsy Jazz style playing where a large grip area is required.
This tin contains 1 of each of the Gypsy Tones Guitar Picks.
Although we have tried to ensure that our photos represent the Guitar Pick that you will receive, there is a high level of variety in our picks due to the nature of many of our natural materials.

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Middleweight (3-5mm)


African Ebony, Coconut, Horn (Buffalo)




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