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The TP-1R is our classic triangular pick in a 50/1000 of an inch thickness(1.25mm) with ONE ROUNDED CORNER.  All of our picks are professionally machined, hand beveled, and laser etched.


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  1. very nice pick for mandolin and guitar 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Jan 2017

    I really like this pick. It feels great to hold and really has a nice smooth sound on the mandolin. Having a rounded corner for tremolo is really nice. It also is great for playing really fast on guitar. Perfect for my style. I usually use fender extra heavy picks but I like this a lot more. My biggest complaint is worrying about losing it since I can't afford many of these. So far so good.

  2. Never would have guessed it! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th May 2016

    I never thought I would spend this much money on a piece of plastic. But BC picks are worth every penny! I am a fingerpicker by trade, but am so psyched to get back into flatpicking since I was talked into trying these picks. And with a 30 day return option, how can you not give them a try?

  3. Worth Every Penny 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Apr 2016

    Compared to the cost of other guitar pick, BlueChip picks are a bit more expensive. However, BlueChip picks really don't compare to other guitar picks—they are different—the material is different allowing for more volume and brighter tone to help cut through the mix. My TP50-1R pick is my favorite. The rounded corner allows for quick, smooth strumming and is my go to pick on the mandolin. The pointed corners can really dig in to the strings to get volume, without sacrificing tone. The hard, slick material and beveled edges glide through the strings with ease.

    Matthew and Allen are great to work with and their customer service is excellent.

    If tone and volume are important to your playing, BlueChip picks are worth every penny.

  4. $ well spent 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Mar 2016

    I was skeptical at first but finally decided to try Blue Chip out because I've always struggled with finding a pick that I'm comfortable with (and I've tried everything). For me, the feel and tone of Blue Chip picks has been a game changer. The Blue Chip pick is so comfortable in my hand that I'm able to pretty much forget it's there and my hand is way more relaxed than before. My strumming is more fluid and dynamic while single note runs are smooth and easy. The tone is unbelievable! My Taylor 814 and Martin D-28 both sound way better with Blue Chip picks. I purchased my first Blue Chip pick, a TP-1R 40, about a 6 weeks ago and love it. About 3 weeks ago I purchased a TP-1R 50 which is great too. I can't decide which one I like better. The TP-1R 50 is just a little stiffer and has a slightly meatier tone. If you've had trouble bonding with picks as I did, I'd highly recommend giving Blue Chip picks a shot.

  5. Pick review 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Dec 2015

    Great value. Sounds almost as good as tortoise. Last 10 times longer.

  6. An integral part of my sound 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Oct 2015

    Picks play a huge role in shaping the sound that comes from acoustic instruments. Blue Chip Picks have become a staple of my guitar tone; replacing every other pick I've used. They have a natural feel and a dark complex sound. They glide across the strings like a feather, and they seem to last forever. I can't recommend them highly enough.

  7. Stable grip 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Aug 2015

    For a dry skin, especially winter, most of plastic picks are hopelessly slippery. I've tried drilling holes, band-aid, chewing gum but some measures didn't work and others were too ridiculous. Tortoise shell is the best material but not available anymore. BlueChip has a good stable grip and smooth picking on the strings.

  8. Lives up to the hype 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Aug 2015

    Love this pick for acoustic playing, whether it be folksy sturmming, flatpicking runs, hybrid picking, or anything else.

    For me, pick grips well right away with barely any "warming up," provided my hands are clean. The material feels very "high end" and extremely durable, definitely different than celluloid or delrin/Tortex, and slides of the strings effortlessly. As whole, my picking hand is a lot more relaxed and fluid when using the Blue Chip.

    But most importantly, it really does sound good! The strings have a warm, percussive attack that I dig, but without any annoying "clicks" or "chirps." Definitely my favorite pick for acoustic playing, and I'm looking forward to getting a couple of different shapes/thicknesses and seeing how they fare for my electric playing.

  9. worth the price 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Aug 2015

    I must be fool... I live in canada, so with shipping and money transfer it cost me 62$. Nothimg less !!!
    And no, I'm really no richman. But I really wanted to try one blue chip. I've already tried Dunlop. Fender. Fred kelly. Wegen. John pears. Dava. V-picks. Horn. Nu-tone and many more... No one was able to give me the thicknesd without de chirp noise that I can't stand. It does'nt slip off my fingers and has a dark sound. Which i really like. It is really smooth on strings
    When i can afford it. I want to try the 80 or 100/1000. I definitely love my blue chip. If only i could livednear the shop !!!

  10. The sound and connection are unparalleled. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jul 2015

    The first thing I noticed is that the sound was clear and direct, I play mostly jazz and the rounded edge is great for rhythm playing, and for improvisation I can play fast clear lines. Best pick I have ever played.

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