The TD is a standard teardrop shape pick with two rounded corners and one sharper playing corner. This is a TD in a 35/1000 of an inch(.89mm) thickness. All of our picks a professionally machined, hand beveled, and laser etched.
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Posted by Richard D on 28th Feb 2017
This is my second TD35, I got tired of moving picks from Acoustic rig to Electric. When I received my new TD35, I thought there was some kind of mistake, it just didn't feel like my old TD35. Well after putting them both in my hand I realized that I had just plum wore out my old TD35. These picks are amazing, smooth as silk on the strings, especially in the studio when you need nothing but tone, not clicking and scraping, but pure unadulterated clean tone. This pick can't be beat. For the skeptics that say it is to expensive, to me the pick is where the rubber meets the road. Cheap tires and you crash & burn.
Posted by Jim Gammons on 9th Jan 2017
Only pick my wife and I use. Long lasting and does not pull on strings like others. Well worth the price.
Posted by Steve on 2nd Jan 2017
I love this pick for dulcimer flat picking. The bevel causes the pick to glide across the strings so smoothly and even with aggressive right hand technique there's very little "pick clack".
This is the second TD35 I own...I may get another. Love 'em.
Dulcimer Dude in Phoenix
Posted by Kathy Meade on 20th Dec 2016
This TD35 pick was given as a gift to a friend who is a professional folk musician. He loves this pick and is hooked on Blue Chip Picks now, they are the only picks that he will use now.
Posted by Cecily WingSong on 19th Dec 2016
My TD35 is perfection. I've finally found the pick of my dreams.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Dec 2016
I've been touring and recording for thirty years and this is by far the best pick i've ever come across.
Posted by Ronald on 23rd Nov 2016
I've used fender medium, and yellow Dunlop's .73mm picks for a total of 30+ years. TD 35 delivers! Blue Chip picks has a better feel and tone. Plus they out last the others by many hours! Great product...wish I found these sooner.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Nov 2016
a great pick-- sounds really great and allows for articulate playing. Certainly a different feel from even the high quality Dunlop "sculpted plectra" which I think are also very nice. I would like to see a slightly thinner gauge model as well. I am looking forward to recording with it.
My only complaint is that the shipping is outrageous and extremely slow.
Posted by Stefano on 2nd Nov 2016
Eccellente, all'inizio sembrava un suono poco brillante ma in realtà quello che manca è solo il rumore del plettro sulle corde: resta quindi il vero suono e si impara in fretta come sfruttare dinamica e timbro dello strumento. Perfetto per strumming.
Peccato che in Italia tra spedizione, tasse e oneri doganali arrivi a costare esattamente il doppio. Pensate ad un distributore europeo.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Oct 2016
I wasn't sure what to expect for a pick like this but bought one on a whim. Wow, now I know. I have tried celluloid, nylon, tortex, delrin, ultex, carbon fiber/nylon, etc. I was looking for an all around pick for acoustic rock and I found this to work the best. It reminds of a mix between the yellow tortex dunlops and a thick fender celluloid. The big difference is that it is sooooo fast on the strings. I really like medium fenders because I find the thick picks hard to get across the strings due to lack of give. However, I have no problem with this pick. This is a thick pick for me but I guess the bevel and the material itself makes it fast with little effort. You just don't get hung up in the strings. Metal/thrash players should really try this pick material out. I gave up electric for acoustic, but man I wish I knew of this pick when I played metal. Worth the money IMO. I will say, I'm constantly afraid of losing this pick due to the cost though.
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