Jacob Rozmajzl’s Blade Critique

Jacob Rozmajzl’s Blade Critique - AttakPik

Jacob Rozmajzl (24), a multi-instrumentalist from RichmondVirginia with a bachelors in Music Industry and experience as a sound tech& touring musician with whom we recently connected.

After spending time with blade, he came back with thisresponse:

 

Blade is unlike any pick I’ve touched in my ten years as aguitarist. I like my tone to sound round with a fine point, which I’vestruggled to find in the dark tone of my les paul. I’ve used numerous effectspedals to achieve my desired sound but Blade places the tone directly in myhand. I am able to cut through my mixes while still retaining the full-bodiedsound I love. The ridges give the illusion of plucking the string withoutremoving the fluidity and versatility needed when using a pick.

 

This model is useful particularly for guitarists playingheavy metal as is it illuminates each pitch through the wall of heavydistortion and provides a percussive impact with each stroke. The more time youspend with this pick in your hand, the more applications and possibilities willappear.

 

Of course, we are grateful to Jacob for taking the time totest Blade and even happier that he loved the pick.

 

Jacob Rozmajzl (24), a multi-instrumentalist from RichmondVirginia with a bachelors in Music Industry and experience as a sound tech& touring musician with whom we recently connected.

After spending time with blade, he came back with thisresponse:

 

Blade is unlike any pick I’ve touched in my ten years as aguitarist. I like my tone to sound round with a fine point, which i’vestruggled to find in the dark tone of my les paul. I’ve used numerous effectspedals to achieve my desired sound but Blade places the tone directly in myhand. I am able to cut through my mixes while still retaining the full-bodiedsound I love. The ridges give the illusion of plucking the string withoutremoving the fluidity and versatility needed when using a pick.

 

This model is useful particularly for guitarists playingheavy metal as is it illuminates each pitch through the wall of heavydistortion and provides a percussive impact with each stroke. The more time youspend with this pick in your hand, the more applications and possibilities willappear.

 

Of course, we are grateful to Jacob for taking the time totest Blade and even happier that he loved the pick..


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