Gravity Picks Variety Pack (8 pc) - Thin/Medium

Handcrafted Acrylic Guitar/Bass Pick Variety 8-pack
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An 8-pack Sampler of Handmade Acrylic Picks

If you have to sample every option in order to make an informed purchase, the Gravity Guitar Picks variety pack is your chance to save some cash. This 8-pack includes some of Gravity's most popular acrylic picks and thicknesses. Gravity's hand-polished cast acrylic grips fingers and glides easily across strings; the 80-degree beveled edges lend fullness to chord strums and add speed to lead playing. Gravity picks are 100% made in America by a small team of builders for quality and pick life you can trust. Several of our Sweetwater guitarists are already converts! Don't neglect this oft-overlooked part of your signal path - experience Gravity Guitar Picks 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 Classic 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 Acrylic Guitar Pick Variety 8-pack Features:
  • Affordable, handcrafted acrylic guitar picks
  • Variety pack includes 8 picks:
    • Classic Thin: 0.6mm and 1.1mm
    • Classic Standard: 1.5mm, 2.0mm, and 3.0mm
    • Stealth Standard: 1.5mm
    • Tripp Standard: 2.0mm
    • Sunrise Standard with Multi-hole Grip: 2.0mm
  • Made from thick cast acrylic for a clear tone
  • Louder and brighter than nylon picks
  • Long-lasting pick life
  • Picks grip fingers and glide across strings
  • 80-degree beveled edges provide a good balance between speed and sound quality
  • Hand-shaped and buffed with care by a small team of designers
  • Made in the USA
Quality tone and performance you can trust: Gravity Guitar Picks!

Tech Specs

Shape Classic/Stealth/Sunrise/Tripp (All Standard)
Gauge 0.6mm-3.0mm
Material Acrylic
Quantity 8
Color Variety
Manufacturer Part Number GVARST

Customer Reviews

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Best way to get introduced to Gravity

If you think about it, picks in your hands are like tires on your car. They are the "contact patch" for guitar playing. And - I hope none of us think that a car will perform its best if it has the least expensive, plain tires available. There's a reason why Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires are standard on new exotic sports cars. They perform the best and put the power to the ground and handle great. So . . . a great pick is like that. Good picks are worth the cost. Primetones picks are very very good, but for my tastes, Gravity is worth the step up. I bought this variety pack because I generally don't like anything thicker than a 1.5 or the occasional 2. The "ThicK" variety pack seems just to be too thick for me. But that's personal to you, I guess. So this is a great way to introduced to Gravity. I love many of the options in the pack, and there was maybe one that I wouldn't use. I made a list of the ones I loved, and bought an order of my favs. Just do it. If you have never tried one of these, you owe it to yourself to try them.
Music background: Rock, blues, worship

Gravity Picks ar OK

So I received some gravity picks for Christmas last year in a prize pack not knowing what they were. They looked and felt a lot like a pick I had tried called "V-picks". They are quite thick and stiff and do have a good feel to them. However, they are a bit slippery in my opinion and big for my liking. Then I looked and saw there price and was shocked. I think you can do better at a much cheaper price than these picks.
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