Good idea, but if you're younger than 50, buy a couple of gross (gross=144). You would think 100 would last a lifetime, but if you're anything like the average working guitarist you'll go through that in less time than you'd ever imagine.GuitarStrings wrote:ChickenScratch wrote:I had to come on here and tell you guys about loosing an awsome pick. Yes I know picks are cheap but I grow attached to them after a while and can't bear to part with them.
It was this purple Dunlop 1.5 mm and I scratched an X into both sides so it won't slip when I'm playing fast and I left it on top of my amp and now it's not there!
Am I the only one that grows attached to a pick around here? I swear if I get a good vibe off a pick and get some good play out of it I'll keep it till it's just about unplable.
I use a Stubby 2.0mm, that transparent purple one. Since I can't find any other here in italy, I am going to keep it untill I find thm in stores... I'll buy like 100 of them...
I bought a gross of Fender mediums when I was 20, I stopped playing full time from the time I was 23 until earier this year (I'm 34 next month) and I still managed to lose about 99% of those picks.
Kind of glad since now I'm hooked on delrin .88 mm picks now, so it's all good. I have 72 of those and I'm just waiting to start loosing those as well. I'm sure if/when I start playing out again they'll go, and fast.