The Attak Pak is the best choice if you are looking for a brighter, fuller sound while playing electric rhythm, acoustic, or bass. The Attak Pak offers a set of Attak Piks that give a recognizable amount of chime to any guitar or bass guitar. Accompanied by an aggressive impact with each strum, the Attak Pak is perfect for players looking to brighten their tone by boosting mids and exciting high mids. Available in quantities of 6, 12, & 24.
Brings out 12-string harmonics on your 6-string acoustic guitar. Additional benefits:
Harmonically enhances mid-range frequencies which is where clarity and punch live on guitars
Smooths out the individual string volumes on open chords with each note still clear
Allows the individual string frequencies to cut through reverb and delay effects
Adds a subtle percussive effect to your tone
Provides more mid and mid high definition to bass guitars without losing any low end
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
“Takes you to creative places you might not normally have traveled.” - Brian Goss
How long will the picks last?
The founders have been playing regularly with the same Attak and Ambush picks for the last 10 months and Blade pick for the last 5 months to test this and have not experienced any degradation in performance. A small amount of wear as you break in the pick is to be expected.
Will the picks damage my strings?
Normal playing with our picks should not lead to string breakage. Any pick that is stiff enough can break your strings if you play hard enough or in a way that will pull the strings excessively, Attak Piks included. With Attak Piks it is important to note that the raised structures on the tips of the picks are designed to give their effect without creating excessive drag that could lead to string breakage. Even more aggressive playing should not cause string breakage. Still, playing in non-standard ways that excessively pull on the strings can be a problem.
What size are these picks?
2.0mm Tip Structure