Does it really make sense to pay more than a couple of cents for a guitar pick?
For many guitar players, their instruments, amps, pickups, cables, pedals and effects units have utmost importance while guitar picks which come into physical contact with their instruments are perceived as trivial accessories.
Generally speaking, guitar picks are considered to be cheap and disposable items that guitar players often buy new ones in order to maintain the initial form of their picks. This has led to the fact that they are indeed cheap and guitar players do not really think about how many times they buy their favourite picks in a year.
Chicken Picks are one of the longest lasting guitar picks in the market. It stays in usable form for 6 months to 1 year with standard usage. On top of that, thermoset material used for making Chicken Picks does way less harm to our planet than regular plastic materials. They are proudly made in the Netherlands, free from child labour. Guitar players who have tried Chicken Picks have never wanted to go back to their standard guitar picks. Ask the one using these picks and you’ll find out!
So what makes Chicken Picks that different?
Chicken Picks are made of a special thermoset material (a type of plastic material processed under high temperature and pressure, once hardened there is no going back to their initial form) and each one of them is finished by hand for the best result.
When you consider its lifespan, it is probably one of the cheapest guitar picks in the market 🙂 And lastly, since it’s quite hard yet resonant, it will give you very unique harmonic and tonal characteristics that no other guitar picks can.
Before reading on, see my Ultimate Comparison video for Chicken Picks and see how much I love them! 😉
Wider dynamic range, more control, less fatigue!
While Its thicker and denser structure in contrast to standard picks provides a wider dynamic range and more control, it is also less tiring for picking hands and results in longer performances without sacrificing your joy.
Its dynamic range is wider than most guitar picks. Why? Because it’s completely rigid and provides way more range in any style of music.
As a bonus feature, its unique logo and thickness measurement are placed by laser technology thus gives you a non-slip surface on both sides.
Chicken Picks comes with bevelled edges on both sides* which enables players to use their picks on both sides and suitable for every style of guitar playing. Since Tri-Tone (Bermuda and Badazz models) series have three sharpened tips, you will always have sharp, pointy tips in any playing scenarios.
After having played with the picks for 10 to 15 minutes, tips will self-polish and have a slightly glossy look which suits your unique picking strike patterns.
If you want to have a look at the price and other details of all Chicken Picks models, please visit Chicken Picks store page.
|Chicken Picks Original Series – Regular 2.6mm & 2.2mm|
These models have rounded tips and come with bevelled edges on both sides.
For regular users of standard guitar picks can easily start off using Chicken Picks with Regular and Light models.
|Chicken Picks Original Series – Shredder 3.5mm|
Shredder model is the thickest and comes in 3.5mm thickness.
It’s 13% smaller than Regular and Light models and has a rounded tip with two bevelled edges.
Since it is the thickest and most dense model, it gives players a fuller tonality in any style of music.
|Chicken Picks Tri-Tone Series – Badazz 2.0mm and Badazz 2.5mm|
Badazz III series have a single quite pointy tip and two more a bit less pointy tips, therefore, provides three usable tips in one pick as “Tri-Tone” suggests. 🙂
This model is very suitable for guitar players who love their “Jazz” type of picks.
|Chicken Picks Tri-Tone Series – Bermuda 2.1mm and Bermuda 2.7mm|
Bermuda III again comes with three usable tips. One a bit less pointy and two have more pointy tips. Gypsy Jazz style guitar players will quite like this model.
Below you will find some great players who are Chicken Picks users for a long time 🙂
Jack Thammarat, Laura Cox, Daniel Donato, Hedras Ramos, Steve Marks, Fayeed Tan, Joe Cantamessa, Joe Settlemires, Doug Seven, Popy Basily, Frank Pane, Cris Mantello, Corrado Sgandurra Ziua Chitarelor, Glenn Fricker, Tino Hevia, Quint Starkie, Harry Hmura, Cristi Gram, Andre Madatian, Ricky Portera, Olaf Thorsen, Mike Gianelli, Patrick Sheridan, Jesper de Jonge, Bart Dietvorst, Oliver Engqvist, Johnny Bernhard, Sayit Dölen, Marc Malsegna, Hershel Yatovitz, Jasmin Pabst, Alberto Barrero Juez, Joseph Yun, Wank Adams, Adrea Lanzillo, Dave Baker, Hideaki Yamakado, Barney Willemse, Austin Crum, Backroads Bluegrass, Mike Thomas, Pritesh Walia, Bert Meulendijk, Elisa Pisetta, Christian Vegh, Merel Bechtold, Frank Cosentino, Jarod Woznik, Big John Mills, Daniel Donato, Skjalg Raaen, John Jorgenson, Jonny Buckland, Christian Vegh, Tiago Skiter.