sound meets science

Acoustik Attak's patented (U.S. Patent No. 11,170,744 B1) Attak Pik guitar picks have raised structures on their tips. With a single pluck of a string, these structures produce a pattern of multiple strikes which produces a series of waves at different times. This results in a greater complexity in wave action when compared to that produced from traditional picks. In turn, Attak Piks lead to various sound enhancements such as desirable harmonics, tone brightness, and percussive effects.

sound meets science

Acoustik Attak's patented (U.S. Patent No. 11,170,744 B1) Attak Pik guitar picks have raised structures on their tips. With a single pluck of a string, these structures produce a pattern of multiple strikes which produces a series of waves at different times. This results in a greater complexity in wave action when compared to that produced from traditional picks. In turn, Attak Piks lead to various sound enhancements such as desirable harmonics, tone brightness, and percussive effects.

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Consistent dynamic control, effortless harmonics, ergonomic, comfortable grip, built for sweep and alternate picking.

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Same sound quality as Stealth with more leverage.


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Step-down designed tip adds roundness and darkness to any stringed instrument. Huge thumping power on bass.

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Brings out 12-string harmonics on your 6-string acoustic. Produces a brighter, fuller sound.

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Produces a really bright, really percussive, heavy, and fuller sound.






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Takes overdriven pieces to another level and produces an edgy growling tone on bass. Built for heavy metal & chugging. Adds texture.

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Adds compression and bite. Adds a subtle pluck to your picking. Cleans up low-end muddiness and excess resonance.

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Similar to Blade I but more rigid and thicker for more definition, control, and a faster attack.


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From the players


how they're sound tested

Acoustik Attak’s team of clinicians includes New York-based guitarists Brian Goss and Ed Grossman, and Southern California-based producer and sound engineer Jason Mariani. Collectively, their credits include work with the group Mumford & Sons, guitarists Joe Bonamassa and Steven Van Zandt, and singer Kenny Loggins.


The guitarists experimented with the new Acoustik Attak designs, eventually recording with them and sending the results to Mariani for his spectral analysis. Goss, for one, described going back to standard flat picks as dull by comparison after trying the Attak and Ambush models.

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