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Product Description

This pick was custom designed and created for Kenny Smith. It is the exact style that he is currently using. The Kenny Smith signature picks are very similar to a TPR, but slightly smaller. This is the 60/1000 of an inch(1.5mm).

Kenny Smith pick with a quarter on top. Note the size. This is a small pick.


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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  1. Best pick I've ever used 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Feb 2018

    It took a long time for me to actually purchase a bluechip pick. When i did, i stopped using all my old picks. It definitely works for me and the service is to notch. This particular pick is warm in tone and smooth on the strings.

  2. I was skeptical, but thought I’d give one a try 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Feb 2018

    I’m amazed by my pick. It’s everything everyone is saying about them. Now I’m getting fellow guitarists to try them too, and they’re also amazed. I say to anyone reading this to give one try.

  3. Best pick I've ever used 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Feb 2018

    I could not be more pleases with every aspect of this pick. I've gone through many picks and this one certainly has ended my search. It's the only flat pick I use now and I'm happy to not have to search anymore.

  4. Smooth and quick! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Jan 2018

    Absolute best pick I have owned, serious!
    Stays in grip even when fingers sweat. And the tone is simply more string and wood with very little, if any, pick sound.
    I was skeptical at first but so glad I purchased this pick. Well worth the cost. And I can't wait til I try my next one!

    Thank you for a great product!
    T King

  5. Surprised how much I like this pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jul 2016

    This is my 5th BC pick I think so I won't go into the materials or value, etc. The shape of this pick I never expected to like. I had seen it on this site many times and passed over it due to the small size and lack of a point. However, after a glowing review on Mandolin Cafe from some members, I decided to check it out. It took a few hours of playing to really get used to it, and I'm still not QUITE as comfortable with it as the larger sizes, but I do love it. It gives a little bit smoother more mellow sound than the pointed picks and both mandolin but especially on guitar. It gives a lot of that "Kenny Smith" sound, though you'll never be just like Kenny of course. I am starting to prefer it over the TAD 1Rs and 3Rs and CT55 that I had before.

  6. My go to mandolin pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Jul 2016

    I have tried many different picks and just did not get the feel or sound from my Ellis F5 that I was after. This includes many Blue Chip picks, even the Doyle Lawson 45. This Kenny Smith 60 is my go to pick now!

  7. This is THE pick . . . 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Dec 2015

    I like a lot of different picks, for a lot of different reasons, but this is THE pick that I've been trying to fashion on my own by reshaping various and sundry Acetal, Delrin, etc. picks into the compact, three rounded shoulder, equilateral triangle picks of my dreams.

    This is what I would call a neutral pick, bringing out the sound and voice of the fingers, strings, wood and the instrument itself rather than the noise of the pick, and with all the punch, clarity and articulation I could ever hope for to boot.

  8. The perfect " Jazz I " 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Aug 2013

    For all guitarists , who are looking for the perfect "Jazz I" , this is it.
    Or , if you do not like the tip of the jazz picks , but want the control of a small pick - try this.

  9. KS60 effordless picking... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Jul 2012

    The KS60 is small pick but it fits my small hand perfectly.

    It´s a very (VERY) stiff pick with a nice radius that suits me perfectly.

    KS60 brings out an amazing tone in my vintage artist guitar (SCGC). I can work the KS60 with diffret angeling, positioning and shape my tone with ease.
    Sounds good both up and down the neck.

    It´s like the pick were oiled or greased...
    There is no friction and yet it stays in my hand.

    Ordering was easy on the bluechip website and delivery was fast to me here in Sweden E.U. just about a week.

  10. Do you have small hands? 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Aug 2010

    I am absolutely delighted with this pick. My hands are on the small size, and I often had problems associated with the following: (1) the pick rotating in my grip, (2) producing a fast tremolo, or (3) getting a clear, consistent tone on the lower strings. All three of these problems turned out to be caused by having too much of the pick exposed beyond my fingertips and thumb, when held in the standard power grip. Switching to a slightly smaller pick (i.e., about the size of a nickel coin, not a quarter) solved all these issues at once, by allowing me to 'choke up' on the pick ever so slightly, yet still maintain it under the first joint of my index finger. The Kenny Smith pick has nearly the same corner radius and bevel as its larger BlueChip cousins, such as the TPR, and its tone sounds much like these on the mandolin, for example. But it's the perfect pick if you happen to have smaller hands. I am indebted to BlueChip for solving all my pick problems at a stroke!

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