Little tale to relate in regard of 'Mojo'. The other day I reached for my 'Pick jar' as the picks in the case with the guitar I am currently playing were a little worse for wear. The 'Pick Jar' is a big jar that has been with me for many years that is full of the hundreds of picks I have picked up during visits to guitar stores. I emptied the jar out to select some picks and discovered an ancient artefact that had somehow gotten in there. The artefact was a bronze ring, one of a number I got many years ago from an Archaeologist I knew. This item is generally referred to as Celtic Ring Money and is believed to have been a proto-currency a few thousand years ago. I decided that, as it was in my pick jar, I would try it out as a pick. It didn't make an easy pick as the thumb tended to go through the middle of the ring but, with a little mucking around, I got it to a position where I could use it. Man it gave 'awesome' tone. I was starting to think how I could make it work better as a pick and then I though "Try it against an ordinary pick to see if it really is creating a much nicer tone". Picked a few lines then quickly switched to my usual hard plastic picks. Low and behold, in reality, there was little to no difference in the sound. All that was really happening was that picking with a 2,000+ year old piece of Celtic bronze was playing tricks on my mind thanks to that mystical 'Mojo'. Anyone else got tales of 'Mojo'?