This is the TAD pick in 60/1000 of an inch(1.5mm) thickness. It is shaped identically to the TP, but is slightly larger. All BlueChip Picks are professionally machined, laser engraved, and hand beveled.
Quarters, Nickels and Dimes, if included in the pictures, are for size reference only. They are not etched on the picks or included with the sale. To use this reference, please place a coin on your current non-Bluechip pick and then compare to the pictures of our picks with coins on top of them. This will help you choose the pick that is closest to your current favorite size and shape.
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Posted by Unknown on 19th Dec 2016
Wonderful pick. Seems to stick to your fingers while gliding off the strings well. The larger shape is wonderful for me when flatpicking fiddle tunes. I seems to be able to control it better than a smaller teardrop or jazz shape. I've tried the 60 and the 80 and the TAD 60 just seemed to have the best balance of projection, tone, sparkle and low end.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 12th Dec 2016
This pick will helped me pick faster, more accurately and it has perfect tone. It literally never slips or moves in your fingers. In 15 years of guitar playing, It's by far the best pick I have ever used.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Aug 2016
My first experience using a Blue Chip pick and I love it! Using this pick is like having an extra muscle. It provides just what I need to flatpick with comfort and great tone.
Posted by Paul Price on 5th Jul 2016
I have several BlueChips and I use them exclusively. I like the size of the TAD the best, and it glides off the strings like no other. It also has a tone I prefer over any other pick. I play acoustic and harp guitars made of carbon fiber, and I love the sound the BC makes with my instruments. I have used only Blue Chips now for about a year, and along with some TP's, the TAD's are always in my hands. Great products!
Posted by Chris Miller on 18th Apr 2016
This is my fourth Blue Chip pick. The first was the Chris Thile TAD 55 and I wanted something slightly stiffer and liked the idea of engraving in case I left it out. My teacher wanted the Thile pick and I bought my first TAD 60 which was perfect. I have since bought two more of the same and rotate them each month. I rotate sides each day and the picks show no sign of wear. Simply no fuss and so in my mind, extraordinary value. By the way, customer service and engraving has been terrific!
Posted by Unknown on 4th Apr 2016
I started using a Blue Chip pick a few years ago and have been very pleased. All my other picks got tossed in the trash. Blue Chip all the way! Love it!
Posted by Darren on 1st Apr 2016
This pick feels great and sounds great, I was not expecting that but had to find out for myself. Being from Canada I got killed on exchange so getting another is out of the price range. I know your thinking "if it sounds so good why not get another "the tone, the tone!" I think of picks like I do any other gear. If I bought a $100 effect box I could expect $50 for it if I needed to sell it. I don't think I would get 20 for this pick.
That being said...
If you play guitar and tone is important to you, you owe it to yourself to own at least one of these picks. They are awesome.
Posted by jan Decombele on 22nd Feb 2016
When i first tried these picks at a friend i was litterally blown away from the sound it produces, and the feel of it! It makes your guitar sound even better. It's stunning how that little thing can have such an influence on the sound of your guitar! Forget all the common picks you've tried and heard, this is the real thing! It's priced but worth every penny!
Posted by Dafydd on 25th Jan 2016
I can't say enough about these picks. Fast, quiet and a sure grip. Especially the grip for dry hands like mine.
Posted by Richrd Calvert on 20th Jan 2016
These picks are the next best thing to natural Tortoise shell. Which is endangered so I have given up using them. Better from the wear and maintenance standpoint too. After several years of using my first one there is yet to be any required care of the picking edge.
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