Provides the same brightening effect of Attak, but with more impact creating a more percussive sound
Great for blues on electric guitar giving each note purpose and evens out the volume of each note
Picking each note sounds extremely compressed on the attack
Gives bass a slap and pop sound while making each note sound bright and metallic
Thickens lower harmonics which gives it a heavier sound and big feel
Pick Color: Red
I have over 2000 picks in here, if you’re doing rhythm work, or playing a strummed chord section, there’s no better way to get that sound out of an acoustic with anything else I own… Honestly, for the money that these are if you don’t try them, you’re mad. It’s brighter, it’s more alive, there’s this sparkle over the top.
- John Tron, Heavy Repping
Got mine in a few days ago and I’m also impressed. What I heard in the recordings on the website is exactly what I experienced in person. A little weird at first playing but you get used to it quick and it does make a difference. Makes everything played on a regular pic sound dull and boring in comparison
- Chris A., Miami
I was intrigued that Attak Piks weren't a random shape; that there were actual mathematical elements to them, and what really impressed me was that, after I'd used them for a while and went back to a regular pick, it sounded dull by comparison.
- Brian Goss
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