#1

One of my guitar teaches said that strap was a bracelet that was attached to the pick so that if the pick ever slipped while playing it would go anywhere. I'm skeptical though because I saw a Jackson ad in a Total Guitar a few months ago and Phil Demmel was wearing one on this left hand, and I couldn't find anything about it.
#2
its a decent idea, but only if you have such light of a grasp on the pick and you're ALWAYS dropping it.
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#3
I always thought they were mini sweatbands... you know, to stop sweat dripping onto your fingers
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#8
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what you need is to make sure you grab schreddies for your other hand

http://www.shredies.com/

Is it bad that the first thing I noticed was the Parker?
And the second thing I thought was that she was blocking my view of the guitar?
#9
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its a decent idea, but only if you have such light of a grasp on the pick and you're ALWAYS dropping it.

But what about wearing on your fret hand? I don't get that. And LOL at the Shredies.