#1
So I was looking around on the internet to order some nice, plastic picks... when i came across $10 WOODEN PICKS! http://www.surfpick.com/

and these aren't like $10 for 10 picks... its PER PICK

and i was reading how AMAZING these picks are
so 2 questions:

do wooden picks in general make you guitar sound more mellow?

and is this site http://www.surfpick.com/ totally BS?
#2
I don't buy picks, period. 10 dollars is too much for something you are probably going to lose
#3
i have used wood picks for years because i think it give you a warmer sound. im all about getting the warmest sound i can get.
thats why i only use tube amps, not only that, i only wear tube socks, they're warmer.

hahah j/k, if you really wanted to try out a wooden pick you could make your own easily.
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#4
Quote by chea_man
i have used wood picks for years because i think it give you a warmer sound. im all about getting the warmest sound i can get.
thats why i only use tube amps, not only that, i only wear tube socks, they're warmer.

hahah j/k, if you really wanted to try out a wooden pick you could make your own easily.


Probably, but on the site it says he uses a special wood. I'd be interested to try one, that's for sure. Maybe somebody on this site uses one?

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#5
Im not spending $10 on a tiny piece of wood that im going to lose eventually anyway. I can see how the thickness of your pick makes a difference to the sound of your guitar but i cant see how the material the pick is made from makes any difference at all.
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#6
Quote by chea_man
i have used wood picks for years because i think it give you a warmer sound. im all about getting the warmest sound i can get.
thats why i only use tube amps, not only that, i only wear tube socks, they're warmer.

hahah j/k, if you really wanted to try out a wooden pick you could make your own easily.


Lol, I'm not a fan of warm tones,but I do play surf. The only thing a warm tone is good for IMO is blues.
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#7
I used to work in a store and we had some picks made out of every material you could imagine, wood, metal, pearl, whatever.

Some went up to 50$ each pick!
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#9
I use small pencils sometimes.

Yeah, sounds quite mellow.
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#10
That means I could sell the metal picks i'm making in school and make a fortune .
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#11
someone's laughing all the way to the bank here
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.