By John Tron Davidson, Heavy Repping Of all the topics that come into discussion when asking what people look for in a pick, the most defining is grip. An overwhelming number of plectrums (especially store-bought 351 shapes it seems) that have been collected from gigging musicians have crude knife scores on both sides, indicating that the material could do with a bit of help. Today, we’re going to look at the most fragrant solution that I’ve come across – Picker’s Grip. OriginsDeveloped in Charlottesville, Virginia by life-long musician and Charlottesville native Billy Cokes, Picker’s Grip was birthed out of a desire to attain, and maintain,...
Rick Faris, multi-instrumentalist, solo artist and member of Grammy Nominated bluegrass group Special Consensus uses Picker's Grip.
Rick Faris, multi-instrumentalist, solo artist and member of Grammy Nominated bluegrass group Special Consensus uses Picker's Grip. https://rickfaris.com/home
"I have always used those tiny Fender teardrop-style picks after seeing Danny Gatton use them – they just feel right to me. I've always struggled to keep the pick at the correct picking angle, but it's getting a little more difficult the older I get. Picker's Grip is really a godsend. I can relax my hand a little more because I don't have to worry about the pick shifting, and I can honestly say that I am playing better since the beautiful day I met this stuff!" Charlie Pastorfield The Gladstones / Skip Castro Band Charlottesville, VA Try Picker's Grip today!