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Tate B.
Great Picks!!!

They’re a nice change up from the traditional pick sound and are worth the price

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Dave W.
The Arsenal Of Picks

A great selection of picks nice selection sounds great with my acoustic and electric Les Paul highly recommended picks.

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Michael Z.
Arsenal technique enhancement

I played the big yellow pick for Gypsy jazz stuffs rigid and very bright. The stealth is the best though fantastic

Whether you're shredding it up on electric with Stealth, strumming sweet ballads on acoustic with Ambush, or slappin' bass with Juggernaut, you'll find your new pick of choice in this pack.


The Arsenal is a great starting point for experimenting with different styles on different instruments, unlocking your full creative potential! See individual pick descriptions below.

STEALTH (Black, white and glow)

Glides flawlessly when sweeping at high BPMs while rounding out your lows.

Additional benefits:

  • 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

Step-down designed tip gives a big pick a medium gauge tone on guitar. Huge thumping power on bass.           

Additional benefits:

  • 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.

AMBUSH

Provides the same heat as Attak, but with even more impact.

Additional Benefits:

  • 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.

BLADE II

Similar to Blade I but slightly stiffer and thicker for even more definition and a faster attack.   

Additional benefits:

  • 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.

BLADE

Harmonically enhances mid-range frequencies which is where clarity and punch live on guitars. 

Additional benefits:

  • Produces a compressed sound when picking individual notes.

  • Allows distortion and overdrive effects to cut through the mix with more clarity.

  • Mitigates some of the muddiness of excess string resonance in the lower frequency ranges.

  • Semi-flex structure allows players to maintain their ability to sweep and tremolo pick.

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

VIPER

Clear, PRECISE and POWERFUL, the Viper is a great pick for all styles and players.

Additional benefits:

  • 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.


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