Poll: Views on gorilla snot...
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I use it, and it helps.
1 5%
I've used it and it dosen't do anything.
0 0%
I don't have a grip problem.
11 52%
My pick has some sort of grip on it already.
1 5%
I've never used it.
8 38%
I don't use picks
0 0%
Voters: 21.
#2
What the hell's "Gorrila snot"?
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#3
Something to help you not drop picks. YOu put a little on your fingers and your pick and it sorta "seals" it there.

At least that's basically what the description said.
#4
Sounds like a waste of money to me, when you can just learn to hold tighter and not drop the pick...
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#6
^Makes a bit more sense then, it just never happens to me.
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#7
Seriously, just learn to hold the pick better. Beleive me, I used to drop mine like crazy. Now it's very abnormal for me to drop one.
#9
Makes sense, but it's pretty unorthodox...
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#10
i dont drop my pick, but they used to kinda slide sideways a bit so id be picking with the side fo the pick. Oh, i suppose i did drop those stupid dunlop stubbies a lot, they slip easy so i pretty much took blu-tack and used that to help hold....


i suppose im the sort of person theyre targeting.
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#12
So basically, it's overpriced glue?

Learn to hold your pick well and you won't need it.

And if that doesn't help, get creative with some 50 cent crazy glue.
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#14
^I use the dunlop tortex picks. No grip or anything and I can hold on just fine. It's just a matter of how you hold the pick.

Of course if you hold the pick like a dainty 7 year-old girl you're going to drop it.
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#16
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^I use the dunlop tortex picks. No grip or anything and I can hold on just fine. It's just a matter of how you hold the pick.

Of course if you hold the pick like a dainty 7 year-old girl you're going to drop it.

Yeah i use them too, but i was talking about the grippy ones, the gators, they have some grip to them. I can grip the regular ones just fine. I actually prefer the non-grip ones as of now! Greens for me
#17
rub some hair gel on your fingers untill it dries. (like the ice hair glue stuff). or toothpaste.
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#18
Why dont you just not be a bitch and hold onto the pick.

J/K

Ok but seriously i have never had this problem maybe you just need to hold the pick better or look into different picks. You could take sandpaper and sand the picks a little to give them a rough surface easier for gripping you see where im going with that ya good luck
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