Gravity Picks Gold Sunrise - Standard Size, 1.5mm

Handcrafted Thermoplastic Guitar/Bass Pick with an 80-degree Bevel and Laser-engraved Logo
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Get Your Tone Right at the Source

Discriminating guitar and bass players who refuse to compromise on tone owe it to themselves to check out Gravity Gold picks. It took Gravity three years of research and trials to develop a synthetic pick with as fine a tone, grip, and performance as the Gold Series. The Gravity Gold Sunrise holds up to boutique guitar picks costing twice as much. The wear-resistant thermoplastic construction eliminates the chirp associated with acrylic picks, and Gravity's proprietary beveling process gives each pick a dependable 80-degree edge for punchy attacks, full-sounding chords, and blazing leads. Picks are hand-shaped in California by Gravity's expert artisans and laser engraved for quality you can touch and see. Several of our Sweetwater guitarists are already converts. Don't neglect this oft-overlooked part of your signal path - experience the Gravity Gold difference today.

Gravity Guitar Picks: handcrafted for better performance

Chris Fahey and the Gravity Guitar Picks team are out to craft a better tone for demanding guitar and bass players everywhere by offering unique, handcrafted picks at an affordable price. A guitarist since age 12, Chris has spent his life chasing picks with better performance, life, volume, and tone, and in 2011, he invested his life's savings into making that dream a reality. Every Gravity pick is hand-shaped and buffed in the company's California facility. From its Sunrise cast acrylic picks to its Gold Series thermoplastic and signature models, Gravity makes a picking solution for every player at just about every price point.

Gravity Gold Series Sunrise Guitar Pick Features:
  • Gravity's top-of-the-line pick series
  • Made of synthetic thermoplastic for superior tone, grip, and performance
  • Designed for the most demanding guitar and bass players
  • 3 distinct playing surfaces - use edges for single-note lines (e.g.) or the rounded surface for chords
  • Excellent attack and picking definition
  • Louder and brighter than nylon picks
  • Doesn't have the "chirp" of acrylic picks
  • Wear resistant for exceptional life
  • 80-degree beveled edge provides a good balance between speed and sound quality
  • Hand-shaped and buffed with care by a small team of designers
  • Laser engraved
  • Made in the USA
  • Sold individually
Quality tone and performance you can trust: Gravity Guitar Picks!

Tech Specs

Shape Gold Sunrise
Gauge 1.5mm
Material Thermoplastic
Quantity 1
Color Gold/Tan
Manufacturer Part Number GGSUS15

Customer Reviews

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5/5

Hands down - the best pick

Gravity Picks are my favorite picks and the Gold Sunrise is the best of the best. The material has an amazing feel in your hand. The pick glides across the string, so whether you're playing rhythm or shredding the pick action is really smooth. The tone is buttery-bright. It's an exceptional pick.
Music background: Semi-Professional
5/5

Best Sounding and Playing Pick

This pick is hands down the best pick I've ever had the chance to use. It flys over string with ease for shredding. Where it really stands out is it's bright, crisp attack. I'd definitely want to use one of these for recording. They also last forever. I'd say at least 10x as long as a typical pick. The only thing I dislike is that they are just as droppable as any regular pick. I like picks with some texture to keep them from moving around. Also given the price I'm not going to bring these to a gig. But besides that they are great. Definitely worth having one at your practice space.
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