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Author Topic: SWISS PICKS - Kicking Dunlop's Ass since 2011  (Read 4261 times)

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SWISS PICKS - Kicking Dunlop's Ass since 2011
« on: August 21, 2017, 04:20:36 PM »
Sure, you spend thousands on guitars, amps, & effects. Why not spend $1 on a guitar pick that will improve your glide and accuracy. I know... you've heard this before. Don't take my word for it, but take it from Rusty Cooley, Ronny Gutierrez (Soilwork), Brian James (Fallujah), Christian Thompson (Falling In Reverse), Matt Perrin (Angelmaker, Threat Signal) and many other pros who have found their 'Pick of Destiny'..  Made in the U.S.A. We're so good, the competition WON'T allow these in stores!

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Re: SWISS PICKS - Kicking Dunlop's Ass since 2011
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2017, 10:07:41 PM »
Hi Swisspicks, and welcome to GG.

Those picks look great, and can see how they would sit between fingers very nicely. 

My technique when it comes to holding a pick is pretty bad they keep turning as I play, and I'm sure this design would help.  Either that or I'll have to resort to using a coin like Bryan May does.  ;D  Actually do you make round picks? 
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Re: SWISS PICKS - Kicking Dunlop's Ass since 2011
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2017, 10:58:22 AM »
Interesting, might give those a go. I use Dunlop Max-Grip picks, but as I am rubbish player who knows if that makes a difference?  :D


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