By KenBJammen on Jun 22, 2011 | In Reviews
A pick is no good if it cannot be a pick. To be honest, this pick takes a little getting used to. If you have been bending the pick in your fingers for years, you obviously cannot with a StoneWorks pick. I have a few clips to share with you comparing a regular Delrin pick with the StoneWorks Pick.
This is the pick that I used for these tests
This clip is a simple scale first with the Delrin pick, then with the StoneWorks pick.
Scale sound clip. - http://burlapandblues.com/bluesblog/reviews/stonescale1.mp3
It is easy to tell that the StoneWorks pick has a much brighter tone. The tone has a much fuller harmonic wave. At this time I do not have the oscillator set up for video recording, but the difference in the two can be seen on the oscillator.
Next I did some quick and simple strumming (hard) on an acoustic guitar. For the first 30 seconds of the clip I used a regular Delrin pick and the end I used a StoneWorks stone pick.
Strum sound clip - http://burlapandblues.com/bluesblog/reviews/stoneacousticstrumming.mp3
Again note how much brighter the stone pick is when strumming. It certainly takes some getting used to holding the pick. The StoneWorks picks are much easier to hold than other stone picks that I have used. Some reviews complain about the brightness of the pick. If you are not looking for a brighter sound, you may not want
Remember StoneWorks picks can be found on the internet here http://www.stoneworkspicks.com/. . .
Review equipment - Seagull S6 acoustic guitar. Direct recording. StoneWorks stone guitar pick as pictured above.
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