What Guitar Picks are Best for You?

Guitar Pick Material

What InTune® Guitar Pick Material is Best for You?

Ever wondered what InTune guitar pick material is best for you? Well it depends on what you look for in a pick.

The InTuneGP GrippX® guitar pick line has several features you may like. InTuneGP GrippX is a very durable pick, it has a matte finish to help with grip during a sweaty performance, it has a somewhat sharper edging to give you that bite against the strings and it comes in a variety of thicknesses allowing you to fine tune the flexibility of the guitar pick to your taste. InTuneGP GrippX is generally gauged by color in the follow format: .50mm (Red), .60mm (Orange), .73mm (Yellow), .88mm (Green), 1.0mm (Blue) and 1.14mm (Purple). We have also extended the color offerings to include black, white, neon yellow and neon purple. If you like your picks really heavy, we have a 1.5mm and a 2.0mm thickness that is available in black or white. Don’t forget that this guitar pick line is also available in 4 different shapes.

 Like something with a smoother surface?

You may want to consider InTuneGP Celluloid. Celluloid is a softer material that has a glossy finish and well rounded edging. Celluloid is available in a variety of colors as well as pearls. If you are a very aggressive player, you will find that you will wear these guitar picks out much faster than other, more durable materials, but you may prefer the smooth, rounded edging. Celluloid is available in 4 gauges which include: Thin (.46mm), Medium (.71mm), Heavy (.96mm) and X-Heavy (1.21mm). Our Celluloid line is also available in two shapes. If you want the best of both worlds, consider our Camo Gripp or Glow Gripp guitar picks. These two lines are produced from Celluloid and have all the same characteristics, but we matte them out to provide better grip.

 As you can see, it boils down to what is more important to you when it comes to a guitar pick. Color options, Gauge options, Edging, Durability and/or the pick surface. Pick your favorite and get your own custom guitar picks.

 If you have any questions concerning any of our products, don’t hesitate to drop us an email or give us a call.

August, 2014

What Guitar Picks are Best for You? was last modified: August 15th, 2014 by InTuneGP
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