Graph Tech Tusq Tear Drop 1.4mm Pick - Warm 6-Pack

6-pack of 1.4mm TUSQ Guitar Picks - Tear Drop Shape, Warm Tone
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Graph Tech Tusq Tear Drop 1.4mm Pick - Warm 6-Pack
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Tone Starts with Your Pick - Great Tone Starts with TUSQ Picks

Sweet tone starts with Graph Tech TUSQ guitar picks! Boasting an amazingly high stiffness-to-thickness ratio, TUSQ guitar picks have a clean, articulate attack and a smooth, balanced feel. And Graph Tech's three distinct pick formulas give you three different tones - bright, warm, or deep. Whichever shape you choose, you'll immediately notice enhanced detail and response when you play your guitar with a Graph Tech TUSQ guitar pick.

This is a 6-pack of 1.4mm Graph Tech TUSQ guitar picks. These are the tear drop shape, formulated for warm tone.

Graph Tech TUSQ Guitar Picks Features:
  • 6-pack of TUSQ guitar picks
  • Tear Drop shape
  • "Warm" tone formula
  • Thickness: 1.4mm
  • High stiffness-to-thickness ratio, just like tortoise shell
  • Clean, articulate attack
Get an instant tonal upgrade from Graph Tech TUSQ guitar picks!

Tech Specs

Shape Tear Drop
Gauge 1.4mm
Material Tusq
Quantity 6
Manufacturer Part Number PQP-0514-V6

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tusc picks

So I hear from Vintage Guitar about this great new idea in pick material that's supposed to change my tone for he better and feel better in hand. I seen the video of the tusc CEO dropping the picks and getting that ring, no lie about it they sound like a small chime when you drop them. Do they add anything to my sound? Well, i use jazz picks so I tried the tear drops and I can say point blank that if they add something to my tone then I've lost too much hearing and I get mine tested yearly. Maybe the larger ones lend a bit more since you don't grip them the same. Are they easier to hold or work with? I use the Dunlop Tortex tear drops that are just smaller versions of the stand Tortex pick. The Graph Tech is slightly smaller and has raised letters so after a few minutes I'm fine with them. Not a game changer though at a $1 per pick. On a side note, the way they wear feels like it's burring in the back, non- strike side of the points and they have a bit more bite into the string. I also feel they wear faster than the Tortex. In conclusion, no big deal for me and I'm sticking with my Tortex. Cheaper, wears longer and still more comfortable FOR ME.
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