"hi, i just got my jazz 60 blue chip pick in the mail. matthew told me on the phone if i didn,t like it send it back for one of the same price.i love this pick.this material is amazing .thanks matthew"
"hi, i just purchased my 3rd blue chip pick last week. i got the new tad 80 .it,s perfect since i normally use a 2.0 or a 1.5mm.i haven,t used any other pick all week and trust me i quiet a few picks.matthew goins makes a very good pick."
"hi, i own 2 tad 60,s . one of them i have had about a year now.the other one about 6 months.i don;t have to worry about it breaking or touching it up like my tortoiseshell picks.you can,t beat blue chip, red bear or wegen."
tony rice norman blake jimmy herring jerryreed VAN HALEN STEVE KAUGHMAN
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
BANKS OF THE OHIO BELMONT RAG WHISKEY BEFORE BREAKFAST
ALVEREZ ACOUSTIC FENDER STRAT AND TELE GIBSONS
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I HAVE BEEN PLAYING FOR 45 YEARS. I MAKE SEVERAL TYPES OF GUITAR PICKS OUT OF DIFFERENT MATERIAL SUCH AS BAKELITE, BULLHORN ,MEXICAN PESO BULLHOOF .I HAVE USED ERNIE BALL STRINGS FOR 40 YEARS. MY PICKS RANGE FROM1.MM TO 5.85 MM. I WORK ON PICKING STYLES SUCH AS DIRECTIONAL PICKING AND cross picking. also i use red bear picks and v-picks
I just ordered 4 more blue chip picks all 4 different shapes I already have 5 I just love them all are 60,s thick about 1.5 mm I still have my tortoiseshell but I put them away my red bears wore out I will use blue chip as long as I can keep picking
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