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ARSENAL HEAVY

For aggressive styles and drop tuned guitars. Our recommendation for bassists and extended range guitars.

$28.00$39.00
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PICK DETAILS

STEALTH FNG
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  • Curved and beveled tip allows the player to glide easily across strings.

  • Delivers more clarity to each note by cleaning up and tightening the lows and low mids.

  • Concave center areas with embedded twelve node matrix surface allows for maximum finger grip

  • Ergonomic design cradles the thumb for consistent dynamic control and effortless harmonics.

  • Apex design at the top of the pick features a broader shoulder and point for strumming.

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

  • Great for blues on electric guitar giving each note purpose and space to breath.

  • Hard picking each note produces a tight, slightly compressed sound.

  • Gives bass guitars strings a “slap and pop” sound while making each note sound bright and defined.

  • Thickens lower harmonics which gives it a heavier sound and a “Front of House” feel.

STEALTH XL
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  • Curved and beveled tip allows the player to glide easily across strings.

  • Delivers more clarity to each note by cleaning up and tightening the lows and low mids.

  • Nylon reinforced with carbon fiber to maximize durability.

  • Ergonomic design cradles the thumb for consistent dynamic control and effortless harmonics.

  • Apex design at the top of the pick features a broader shoulder and point for strumming.

RADIUM
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  • Glows in the dark. Simply recharge in light when the glow fades.

  • Curved and beveled tip allows the player to glide easily across strings.

  • Delivers more clarity to each note by cleaning up and tightening the lows and low mids.

  • Concave center areas with embedded twelve node matrix surface allows for maximum finger grip

  • Ergonomic design cradles the thumb for consistent dynamic control and effortless harmonics.

  • Apex design at the top of the pick features a broader shoulder and point for strumming.

JUGGERNAUT
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  • Warmer, more subtle tone when played normally, but adds bite when you dig in.

  • Produces a thicker darker tone on bass and acoustic.

  • More gentle attack results in a more pure tone.

  • Ergonomic concave grip design coupled with 3mm thickness allows for more fluidity and leverage.

  • Gives a somewhat transparent compressor effect.

VIPER
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  • Elongated, pinpoint tip structure supplies optimal leverage for precision playing, while offering flexibility and darkness when digging in.

  • Back-end provides two additional tips which provide a brighter tone, and a more rigid, smaller pick feel.

  • For the Bassist, it provides great dynamic range, going from less aggressive to super aggressive.

BLADE II
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  • Generates more top end with upper mids pushed forward.

  • Increased rigidity transmits power instantly when playing harder.

  • Produces a richer, darker sound on acoustic guitar when strumming.

  • Lightens up muddiness in the lows and low mids.

  • Apex design at the top of the pick features a broader shoulder and point for strumming.

“Takes you to creative places you might not normally have traveled.” - Brian Goss

Customer Reviews

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Ryan Y.
Stealth pic is amazing !

With over 30 years of experience teaching playing live and most of that time owning a recordings to you. Currently owner operator of Ryan's guitar repair inGulfport,Ms. But enough about me. I mentioned all of that because with 30 plus years of experience I've tried every pic shape thickness material gimmick known to man that ever existed. Tried seems like almost every pick prototype at NAMM conventions as well. The stealth pic corrects a lot of things we may not realize. By holding it in the designs location it ensures enough of the pic comes in contact with the string but the v-shaped beveled whatever you want to call it tip which is just enough material almost pinpoints the spot you're supposed to pick in and engages the string right at that perfect spot. I used to use a Clayton 1.52 MM but that one along with every other pic I've used would take me 5 minutes or so to calibrate sequence my left and right hand for fast alternate shred picking. But with the stealth pick I pick it up within a matter of seconds I'm at warm up speed with no calibration. I'm very impressed with this pic The other ones in the variety pack that I got did not find to be very useful The stealth and the Juggernaut win the prize for I'm extremely impressed and will be purchasing more in the very near future. Big thanks to Attakpik for the pics they have created and for that short little commercial I just happen to catch on YouTube and for some strange reason clicked on the link to learn more which I never do. Cheers, Ryan Ybos

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Gabe V.
Absolutely amazing picks

I got these cause I kept seeing ads for them and decided I’d give em a try since they’re the same price as picks from the store. Absolutely blew me away with the difference in sound and feel when playing. The Ambush is a great pick for clean tones I’ve found, and the Stealth XL and Juggernaut are awesome if you’re like me and have meatier fingers. The grip feels fantastic and it’s so easy to hold on to. Definitely gonna buy more in the future.

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Justin R.
Stealth xl is great. The rest weren't for me

The stealth xl feels great in the hand and def improves accuracy, especially with tremolo picking. It does tend to spin in my fingers though, which is my only con. Overall a great pick, but the rest left much to be desired for my play style. The ambush was cool for acoustic strumming I found. It made my embarrassingly old strings sound vrand new which was cool, but I barely play my acoustic. Half of them are bass pick which, unless you have and play both, it's not necessary to get the arsenal. If you like small jazz 3 type picks, the small stealths are up your alley

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