Fender Sterling Silver Pick, wow.

Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by Randy99CL, Feb 19, 2021.

  1. G5422T

    G5422T Country Gent

    May 24, 2012
    usa
    I'll stick with my thumb, but some cool stuff.

     
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  2. Randy99CL

    Randy99CL Country Gent

    Feb 17, 2020
    Albuquerque
    Last edited: Feb 24, 2021
  3. thunder58

    thunder58 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Ya beat me to it cuz
     
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  4. thunder58

    thunder58 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    That's cool....
     
  5. ruger9

    ruger9 Country Gent

    Nov 1, 2008
    NJ
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    Actually, he's got his own signature V-pick now, I actually bought one, and it's actually pretty cool...

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  6. larryr

    larryr Synchromatic

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    Mar 6, 2012
    Camarillo, Ca.
    Got your name on it @thunder58

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  7. giffenf

    giffenf Synchromatic

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    Oct 26, 2008
    Los Angeles
    I've got a Joe Walsh aluminum pick from the Eagles 2008 tour. A former bandmate was Joe's yoga instructor and Joe gave it to him, he gave it to me in exchange for some session work. I don't play it, but I carry it around with me all the time.
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  8. guitarfarm

    guitarfarm Country Gent

    This coin lives in my right front pants pocket. I am never without it so it sees a lot of duty as a guitar pick. It is also my ball marker when I am playing golf. These were called Barber quarters and are 90% silver.

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  9. loudnlousy

    loudnlousy Gretschified

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    55
    Oct 18, 2015
    Germany
    I like heavy and stiff guitar picks. I even used to play copper and stainless steel picks but they chewed into the surfaces of my strings quickly. Losing them by the dozend was another problem because they were costly compared to plastic picks.
    I settled for heavy Dunlops and never looked back.
    (I lately got a nice Mexican peso pick from Master Artisian Guitarpicks in Nashville and I enjoy it`s extra weight and smoothness as a tool for inspiration. But I would not use it in rehearsal or in a concert setting. )
     
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