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  • Strum-N-Comfort SNC-T4.0/DP Sharktooth Traditional Crossover Pick in a Dual Pack

Strum-N-Comfort

Strum-N-Comfort SNC-T4.0/DP Sharktooth Traditional Crossover Pick in a Dual Pack

Strum-N-Comfort

Strum-N-Comfort SNC-T4.0/DP Sharktooth Traditional Crossover Pick in a Dual Pack

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Product Description Product Description
  • One Pick for all playing styles Achieve a universal picking technique Maximum comfort and control Less Muscle fatigue Fully adjustable Choose your own flat Pick Promotes increased speed accuracy and player confidence
  • Maximum comfort and control Less Muscle fatigue
  • Choose your own flat Pick Promotes increased speed accuracy and player confidence
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Fantastic for limited dexterity!This is a great product and really the only solution for someone who can't pinch a pick and wants to use a flat pick. Once fitted the sleeve easily slides on and off the thumb but will not slip when playing even after several hours of hard metal chugging on heavy strings. Good feel of the string through the pick, as the pick rests on the pad of the thumb. Allows me to both pick and strum vigorously without slipping or rotation and with out a numb thumb. I've tried other thumb-picks but all slipped in one way or another or pinched. The pick it comes with (two, one for each sleeve, pre-attached) is a nice mother of pearl celluloid with good tone and an interesting semi- sharp, shark tooth shape. I use these in combination with Ultex Sharps, Tortex, and 351 celluloid's as you can also use other picks which is a huge advantage over the others. Comes with an extra velcro pick retainer and you can remove the picks and use the retainers over again and again with other picks. The price is fair for a unique product that does the job like no other.5Your pick will never drop again!My backstory:I use the correct picking technique, that Is my picking hand looks like it is making an "A-ok!" gesture and I would alternate pick as if I'm strumming or flicking water out of my hands. I'm a Metal Guitarist and I am taking lesson from a very good metal guitar teacher. I had carpal tunnel on my right hand in 2010, which weakened my index finger. This causes me to lose grip of the pick, when I play at a faster tempo. The more I keep losing grip of the pick, the more I felt, I was a hopeless case and my future in guitar is doomed. Then there was a like a voice inside my head talking on my thoughts that I should search online for some kind of a device that will fortify my grip of the pick. I experimented with 3 devices: Monster Grips, Strum and Comfort, and the Chris Broderick Pick Clip, which I purchased on Ebay. The first device that I tried out was the Monster Grips, and it was a disappointment, those grips suck. Then a few hours later, the Strum and Comfort Sharktooth device arrived. I sort of experimented for about a week, if Sharktooth is consistent. Here are my observations:Pros:*Dealt with my nagging issue, I don't have trouble losing grip of the pick anymore. Now I can focus on practice and just playing the music, rather than worrying of my pick falling off.*I am a part-time acoustic and fingerstyle player, and the Sharktooth thumb pick works very well for these styles.*You can use your own favorite pick, as long as you use super glue. I personally use the 1.10mm Rusty Cooley Nuclear Cheddar Swiss Picks.*Even if you strum wildly, the Sharktooth thumb pick still won't drop.Cons:*I wouldn't count my chickens to use strum and comfort for Metal Guitar speed picking (I tried). The Sharktooth is kind of like a short term band aid, while I'm still waiting for the Chris Broderick Pick Clip. So I avoided Guitar Speed Practice for now.*Sometimes you have to remove the Sharktooth device in your thumb, because of the tightness, so that blood will flow on your thumb again.*The Strum and Comfort Shark tooth thumb pick look like your thumb grew a lollipop. It's quite glaring and noticeable.*Because of the fact that it is impossible to drop the pick with this device, it sometimes encourages bad picking habits.5Perfect for weak hands!I recently developed a nerve problem that has made it problematic to grip a pick to play the guitar. Kind of a bummer for a gigging musician. However, these allow me to effectively strap the pick onto my thumb in much the same position as I would normally pinch it between my thumb and index finger. You can even use your own pick if you don't care for picks that comes with this. It has been a guitar playing saver for me. I also don't have to bother with switching from a flat pick to a thumb pick when I want to do some finger picking - I just stay with the same setup. Very nice because there is now a consistent feel and sound from the thumb when I switch from "flat picking" to finger picking. I liked it so much I ordered another pair.5Pick'n and Strum'n with a smileGot this about an hour ago. Tried it out right away and love the heck out of it. I used the included spare pick mount with my thin pics and now I am truly in love with it. You can adjust how tight you want it and control the flex and movement of the pick. The relief you get from not having to hold onto the pick with two fingers yet still achieve the same flex and feeling is a great thing. This also enables me to free up my forefinger for some alternate picking as well. This is a great little invention with big results. I am a beginner banjo player with a lot to learn, but now have a more positive outlook and confidence. Pick'n and strum'n with a smile! How cool is that?5Works nicely with my big thumb!Fits well and plays well. A little more bulky than the usual thumb pick, but the fit is perfect every day! Works fine for normal strumming . Simple design , well executed.Surprisingly quick ship .. estimated 2 day ,, actual 13 hours (Ordered 8pm Thursday, here 11 am Friday). I guess the warehouse is staffed up getting ready for the holidays ..5Thumb-Riders of the Future (Thumb Pick Holders)These are GREAT! Four decades ago I was using a product called "Thumb-rider" as I play(ed) Bass Guitar and mostly use my fingers, which gives one a softer sound (compared to that of a pick). So I was either going thru a lot of picks in a night or trying to put them back into a mic stand pick holder during each song I was using a pick on. So these "Thumb-riders" turned out to be the solution. Unfortunately that was 4 decades ago and they no longer are in business. I kept these things for as long as I could, but they were made out of plastic and eventually they all got brittle and broke, and I thought I was screwed for good. Along came this product and not only do they work better, but they are made from a material that should last much longer! (We'll See)Anyway, not I can pick and finger(pick) my bass strings back and forth and so can you, no matter what you play and what gauge pick you use.(Note: They are designed to be used with Regular Sized Picks only)5The pick didn't budge.When the SharkTooth came in, I put it on with the included medium pick, pulled out the bouzouki and played through every reel and jig I know. The pick didn't budge, and at no time did it feel like it might. I put a Jim Dunlop .60 in the other one and it feels good. The only thing I'd change, and this is because I believe in hedging my bets, is I have the strappy bits longer so they'd wrap around the thumb again above the knuckle, but that might not even be necessary. We'll know after this weekend (1/25): I'm playing a ceili that will probably last four hours and be mostly fast reels. Will check back in after.First impression: awesome, would recommend to a friend, would buy again.UPDATE: after five straight hours of jigs and reels, my Jim Dunlop .60mm pick started to cut through the the material, but it made it! A little electrical tape on the pick edges to dull them up would help that a lot. Still impressed.4Strum or finger pick; no problem.I mostly strum when playing my guitar but do a little finger picking too. Typically I don't use a pick because I tend to grip it so lightly that it is easy to drop. If I finger pick I use the sides of my fingernails for strumming in parts, until now. This device allows me to hold the pick to strum and I don't have to grip it tightly and if I switch to finger picking I don't have to put down the pick. I especially like the ability to use my own pick since I like a very thin pick (.60mm). It will take a little practice to get used to this but I think it will be well worth the effort.5Modified, it's perfect. As it ships, not quite.The wrap is great. It's really hard to find a thumbpick that stays put while you play and doesn't cut off circulation in your thumb. This solves both problems and I wish I could give it a 5.The actual pick SUUUUUUCKS. Cheap, flimsy thin celluloid that sounds horrible to use. Pick quality is important, folks! Get a razor blade and separate the cheap sharktooth pick from the flat adjustable ribbon so that it looks like the extra ribbon, and glue a good pick, like a dunlop Jazz III XL or a V-pick or a tonewood or horn pick in its place.This plus some alaska fingerpicks is fantastic, allows me to switch from fingerstyle, chickenfoot, claw hammer, flatpicking, strumming and shredding SEAMLESSLY.So if you're a multi style player, this is incredibly useful. You just have to modify it immediately.4Very comfortablet's a great alternative to thumb-numbing plastic picks, but it does take a bit of getting used to. It's very comfortable and It's great for shifting from finger picking to strumming on the fly. No worries about dropping it. The strap can be adjusted to work with one's favorite pick, so using the one it came with is not mandatory. Depending on the player's technique, some trimming may be required to get the velcro strap thickness at the right depth so it doesn't interfere with the strings. Definitely worth adding to the ol' pick collection.5
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