So you may ask yourself why have acrylic picks become such a popular choice for musicians around the world. Here are a few reasons I believe acrylic has become the go to material for many players.
Acrylic is more durable than conventional pick materials used by large manufacturers.
This material produces a brighter tone along with added projected volume.
Cast Acrylic is really easy to work with. It sands easily and polishes to a mirror finish.
Our acrylic picks have polished bevels and a matte finish on top and bottom. We find that the polished bevels give a warmer smooth tone while the matte finish helps create a better grip for most players. Acrylic picks are available in 6 shapes, 3 sizes, 7 thicknesses, 3 grip options and speed bevel options for right or left handed players.
Each pick is finished by hand. We take pride in our work, and this is truly a labor of love. We are a 2 man crew, and we have truly put everything into creating the best picks possible. Thank you for checking out our picks, and we hope that you love them as much as we do.
Even if you've never heard of the material Delrin, I'm almost 100% sure you've played a pick made of delrin. Picks have been made from Delrin for decades. If you are familiar with the Dunlop Tortex picks, they are made from Delrin. Delrin was originally selected as a material to mimic the tone of real tortoiseshell picks. It has become a standard material for many players of the years, and we are excited to start offering these picks to our customers as well.
Our Delrin picks have a matte face and back with polished bevels. All of our bevel and tip work is done by hand. We feel that these are the best thin delrin picks available. We are most proud of the ability to offer these picks at a very reasonable cost.