Custom Guitar Picks Instead of Drumsticks

Custom Guitar Picks instead of drumsticks

 

Custom Guitar Picks Instead of Drumsticks

Even drummers can get custom guitar picks. Custom guitar picks instead of drumsticks is the way to go. Picks are much cheaper to throw to the fans and a unique keepsake. Not to mention custom guitar picks are much safer to throw into the crowd than a drumstick. The above picture are custom guitar picks for drummer Matt Byrne of Hatebreed. We have done custom guitar picks for a lot of drummers, it’s just something a lot of drummers don’t think about.

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March, 2017

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Valentine’s Day Saving on all Custom Guitar Picks

Valentine's Day Savings

Save on Custom Guitar Picks for Valentine’s

This Sale has ended. There are currently NO special offers on custom guitar picks at this time. Continue to check back or sign up for our mailing list. (2-16-17)

We are offering 20% off on all custom guitar picks up to a $45 saving in celebration of Valentine’s Day. Nothing like Valentine’s Day Savings!

This sale is valid for all of our custom guitar picks and will run through Wednesday, February 15th. Take advantage of the savings and restock your custom guitar picks or get custom guitar picks for that love in your life.

Coupon Code: VAL2017

This sale cannot be combined with any other offers, discounts or artist pricing and will expire at midnight (EST) on February 15th. Maximum savings is $45.00.

February, 2017

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Shinedown, Their Rig and Custom Guitar Picks

 

Shinedown, Their Rig and Custom Guitar Picks

This article is a bit old, but it is a great read and watch. This is article is from Premier Guitar, we did not write this. Shinedown is simply a great band with great guys and a terrific crew. We are fortunate that Zach and Eric have been members of the InTuneGP family for a very long time and use our custom guitar picks exclusively. Even Barry, the drummer, tosses out our custom guitar picks. So take a few, read a great article and watch a cool video. Zach will go over a lot of his custom guitar picks towards the end of the video.  Zach and Eric both go crazy with custom guitar pick designs and enjoy know the fans enjoy catching them at shows.

PG’s Chris Kies is on location in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he catches up with Shinedown guitarist Zach Myers and bassist Eric Bass as they headline the 2013 Carnival of Madness tour. In this segment, Myers talks about his dozen PRS models—including some that were built by Paul Reed Smith as birthday gifts—and switching from a five-amp rig to a simplified Axe-Fx II setup. Bass talks about his signature Dean Hillsboro models and why he prefers to use a solid-state Dime guitar head for his distorted tones.

Zach Myers Gear

Guitars

Shinedown, Their Rig and Custom Guitar Picks Zach Myers

When it comes to PRS guitars, Zach Myers talks the talk and walks the walk, declaring right off the bat that he’s always played PRS guitars and always will. Not to disappoint, Myers showed us 10 various PRS guitars including a tiger-charcoal-burst singlecut that Paul Reed Smith built Myers in 2010 as a birthday present (tuned to C#), a Starla with original 59/09 pickups that he uses on “Devour,” a custom faded-blue-jean finish Zach Myers SE Signature with Louis Vuitton fret markers that he plays on “Enemies” (he changes nothing on signature models upon receiving them), and a Buck Owens-inspired Mira with 57/08 humbuckers he uses on “Unity.” Other notable PRS axes out with him on tour are a 25th Anniversary Singlecut Hollowbody II (a 2009 birthday present from Mr. Smith) he jams with on “Diamond Eyes,” another 25th Anniversary Singlecut Hollowbody II with stereo output so he can use the guitar’s 57/08 pickups and piezo for “If You Only Knew,” and yet another 25th Anniversary Singlecut Hollowbody II that he acquired to use in the “I’ll Follow You” music video but now tunes to C# for “Amaryllis.” Meyers’ current favorite touring guitar is the 2012 birthday present—a Singlecut Hollowbody—that is based on his signature platform with three humbuckers, and its inlays are flowers derived from one of Myers’ tattoos. For acoustic, Myers alternates between two Taylor dreadnoughts with cutaways—a 900 Series and an 800 Series—for the songs “Simple Man,” “Crow and the Butterfly,” and “Second Chance.” Myers uses SIT Strings exclusively. He uses .011–.049 gauge strings on standard-tuned guitars and for lower tunings he rocks with .011–.052 sets.

Amps

Shinedown, Their Rig and Custom Guitar Picks Zach Myers

At the beginning of this year, Myers ditched his arena-rock-approved, five-amp “rig of doom” (including two Diezel Herberts, two Fuchs Mantis heads, and a Diamond Hammersmith) for a streamlined Axe-Fx II tonal headquarters. Myers’ patches are built off pre-programmed amps (although he did sample his Fuchs Mantis): a Diezel Herbert, a Fryette, two AC15s, two AC30s, and a ’65 Bassman. A Crown CE4000 power amp is cranking his Diamond 4×12 for stage volume.

Effects

Zach Myers Pedals and Custom Guitar Picks

Most of Myers’ effects are based within the Fractal unit, but he does use a DigiTech Whammy and a Dunlop Buddy Guy Signature Cry Baby Wah because he prefers its wide sweep and onboard boost switch.

Eric Bass’ Gear

Basses

Shinedown bassist Eric Bass’ main rides are his signature Dean Hillsboro USA models. The J-style one on the left is his very first signature prototype, which features Bartolini pickups, while the matte white on the right features an active EMG pickup and onboard preamp, which he uses for drop-tuned or more aggressive songs. Bass wanted a thinner neck radius at the nut of his signature model, a flatter neck at the higher frets, and a strong emphasis on comfort—avoiding a neck-heavy design—as he believes you adjust the sound but comfort and feel on an instrument is either there or not. All of his basses use his signature SIT Power Steel .050–.110 string sets.

Amps

Bass’ main amp and effects setup depends heavily on the combination of the Hartke LH1000 head and the Hartke Kilo 1000-watt tube preamp heads for his clean tone. He claims the first time he plugged one of his Hillsboro basses into the LH1000 head, he instantly identified it as the sound he’d been chasing for years. Now that Shinedown has a clean stage, his 8×10 Hartke and Dime 4×12 cabs run offstage.

Effects

Bass only kicks on his pedal treats sparingly during interludes and jams between songs that change and evolve from night to night. His pedalboard boasts a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2, a Radial SGI 44 Studio Guitar Interface, a Boss TU-2 Tuner, an Electro-Harmonix POG2, a HardWire DL-8 Delay/Looper, an EBS UniChorus, and a DigiTech Whammy. The secret to Bass’ tonal setup is his usage of the solid-state Dime guitar head that he uses as a stompbox (with the switcher on his pedalboard) for overdrive and distortion tones because he grew tired of bass overdrive and dirt pedals adding gain but killing his low-end thump.

 

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InTuneGP GrippX-Xny Neon Yellow Guitar Picks

InTuneGP GrippX-Xny Neon Yellow Guitar Picks

GrippX-Xny Neon Yellow Guitar Picks

So unfortunately there are no current special offers or sales on our guitar picks at this time. We thought we’d take this opportunity to show off our InTuneGP GrippX-Xny Neon Yellow guitar picks and what they look like under a black light. These guitar picks look great under stage lighting. Our Xny model of our GrippX guitar picks are made of delrin and available in 6 gauges, .50mm, .60mm, .73mm, .88mm, 1.0mm and 1.14mm. Something for everyone. If you want to try a cool color on your next order, these guitar picks may be the way to go. Our Xnp model GrippX guitar picks are neon pink and available in all of the same gauges. So check them out. They make a great backdrop for your custom guitar picks!

 

January, 2017

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Custom Guitar Picks in the New Year 2017

Custom Guitar Picks by InTuneGP in the New Year 2017

Custom Guitar Picks in the New Year 2017!

We’d like to take a minute and thank all of you for your support through 2016. This past year has been a great year and marks 16 years we have been supplying all of you with custom printed guitar picks. It’s something we work very hard at and greatly appreciate all of you for continuing to support our products. We hope to continue being your go to guitar pick company in 2017. Custom guitar picks are definitely affordable for all and a great way to promote your band or business. With the introduction of our new custom guitar pick tins during the past year, we now offer a great way to package your picks for merch. We are looking forward to new things in the coming year. Here’s to Guitar Picks in 2017!

January, 2017

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Christmas Delivery for Custom Guitar Picks

Christmas Delivery for Custom Guitar Picks

Christmas Delivery for Custom Guitar Picks

Above is our Christmas delivery for custom guitar picks during the Holidays. Please keep this schedule in mind if you are considering custom guitar picks as a gift for that guitar player in your life this Christmas. The sooner you order the more you can save on shipping expense.

December, 2016

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Custom Guitar Picks Cyber Weekend Sale

Custom Guitar Picks Cyber Weekend Sale

Save 25% Custom Guitar Picks Cyber Weekend Sale!

Cyber Monday just isn’t enough. Save 25% off all custom guitar picks for the entire weekend and until Tuesday during our Cyber Weekend Sale! If you missed our Black Friday Custom Guitar Pick Sale, don’t be sad, here is your chance to save.
What you need to know: 
25% off all custom guitar picks up to a maximum savings of $57.00
Sale will run 11/26/16 through 11/29/16.
USE COUPON CODE: CYBER16
Cannot be combined with any other offers, discounts, large quantity discounts/pricing or artist pricing.
Eastern Standard Time
November, 2016
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Custom Guitar Picks Black Friday Sale

Custom Guitar Picks and Personalized Guitar Picks Black Friday Sale

Save 35% on Custom Guitar Picks for our Black Friday Sale

Black Friday Sale! Save 35% on all Custom Guitar Picks. This is our biggest custom guitar pick sale of the year.
What you need to know:
-ALL CUSTOM GUITAR PICK ORDERS MUST BE PLACED ONLINE. *NO EXCEPTIONS
(This is an online only sale)
-35% off all custom guitar picks up to a maximum savings of $80.00
 -Sale runs the 24 hours of Black Friday only (11/25/16). Eastern Standard Time.

USE COUPON CODE: BLACKFRIDAY16

Cannot be combined with any other offers, discounts, large quantity discounts/pricing or artist pricing.
November, 2016
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Custom Guitar Picks Halloween Sale

Custom Guitar Picks Halloween Sale

Custom Guitar Picks Halloween Sale

Save 20% on  up to 10 bags during our custom guitar picks Halloween sale. Now is a great time to stock up on your custom guitar picks and save. This sale is valid for single color and full color custom guitar picks.

USE COUPON CODE: HALLOWEEN16

Sale starts 10-24-16 and ends at midnight 11-01-16

Cannot be combined with any other offers, discounts or artist pricing.

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October, 2016

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Custom Guitar Pick Tins

Custom Guitar Picks and Custom Guitar Pick Tins

Custom Guitar Pick Tins

Our Guitar Pick Tins are a great merch idea. With the holidays quickly approaching, now is a good time to get stocked up. We are offering our guitar pick tins in two options. You can order the tins empty or you can order them as a package. The empty guitar pick tins are available with top and bottom printing. The guitar pick tin package includes: top and bottom printing, 3 to 6 guitar picks of your choice and shrink wrapping.  Empty guitar pick tins are sold in cases of 50 starting at $150.00 per case and the guitar pick tin packages are available in cases of 100 starting at $400.00 per case. Quantity pricing is available. For complete details, click here.

August, 2016

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