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Gravity Guitar Picks Razer Standard 1.5mm

 
There is only one choice when it comes to a hand made guitar picks. Gravity picks are hand-crafted one at a time, and this care and attention to detail is reflected in the final product. The 1.5mm pick is a no-flex pick. Available in clear and red.


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Even more sharp and articulate than the vernerable Jazz III

Comments Gravity Guitar Picks are a new player in the guitar pick market. Made from sheets of cast acrylic, they are engraved using a laser, cut into individual picks, and then they are grind and polished one by one into the finished product. They are a bit more pricey than most commercial mass produced picks. This is due to acrylic being harder to work with than a lot of the other plastic types used for guitar picks.

The 1.5mm Razer Standard is very similar to the Classic Standard. They are about the same size, but the Razer features a far sharper tip. The one I am reviewing is in the same red as the Classic Standard I reviewed previously.

The tip is quite a bit sharper than the standard Jazz III tip, and is quite noticeable when playing single note runs. Many noted players have mentioned that they found the Jazz III to be a great tool for improving their picking. There's no room for sloppy picking with a sharp tipped pick, and the Razer is no exception. In fact, it's probably more punishing than the Jazz III, and it really makes you work on getting your picking accurate to avoid mushy, muddy notes. Get it right and you are rewarded with a great sounding tone that is similar to the Classic Standard 1.5mm, but with more definition.

The 1.5mm Razer Standard feels just like the Classic Standard, and is similarly comfortable in the hand, and easy to control. The laser-etched labelling makes for a nice grip-able surface too.


Liked about it Great, sharp tone. Probably even more articulate than a Jazz III.
* No flex from the pick.
* Nice and comfortable in the hand, nice grip.


Didn't like Acrylic is very hard, but brittle. If you are a very heavy picker, and do lots of pick slides and scrapes you will cut up the pick very quickly.
* If your picking is sloppy it will be very obvious. This is a great opportunity to refine picking technique though.


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4.5

By LonePhantom
Sep 21, 2011
 
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