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STP50

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The STP is a smaller version of the TP. It is the same basic size as our Kenny Smith signature pick, but has sharper corners. The STP in a 50 thickness is the pick that Adam Steffey currently uses. This is the STP in 50/1000ths of an inch thickness(1.25mm). All of our picks are professionally machined, hand beveled, and laser etched. This pick comes with a speed bevel.

 

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. Another Fine Pick! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Oct 2019

    After using TPR 50s for several years, a friend gave me an STP as a gift. Still love the TPRs but the STP gives the option of a little brighter attack, slightly different tone. Now I will have to keep one of each in all the guitar cases.

    Thanks, Blue Chip Team. I love your picks and can’t be satisfied with anything less!

    Joe Simpson


  2. awsome picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Oct 2019

    very good picks pricey but very good


  3. great pick for me 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Aug 2019

    Saw these picks on you tube tutorial, where the musician praised them. I have been using them ever since!!!! GREAT


  4. Secret Weapon 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Mar 2019

    I am just about to graduate beginner stage in the guitar playing. I came across with this pick on the internet as a guitar teacher whom I respect and trust was talking about and using this product. So I purchased the STP50 which he was using. At first, I did not understand what speed bevel means. But no sooner than I began playing with it, I found how immensely it differs from other picks. It glides through the strings so smoothly and produces remarkably mellow sound. Even my wife who is usually a harsh critic uttered frank impression saying "Wow, what a progress you've made." I just smiled and did not mention about my secret weapon.


  5. Love this pick. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Jan 2019

    I feel like I can pull out the best tone with the STP 50, love it! Have tried a good handful of the picks now, but I think the STP 50 is my go to. ( I also really like the TP 60)


  6. My Do Everything Pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Oct 2018

    I got this STP pick with the round bevel and one rounded corner. For me it works equally great on acoustic and electric guitars. I can use it for warm, jazzy tones and bright leads that cut through the mix. In my hand it is like another level of tone control. It is not slippery at all and seems to glide over the strings. It is one of the best I have used--in my experience, way better than most and I've tried about everything. Well worth the price of admission to me.


  7. STP 50 vs. TP 60 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Sep 2018

    I owned the TP 60 first, and it's obviously a larger pick and the version I bought had the speed bevel on it. To try something new, I ordered the STP 50 with a round bevel, and it's amazing how the smallest details make such a big difference.

    Bevel - The speed bevel does feel quicker but it's also a lot brighter sounding as well. I opted to get a round bevel this time around because I felt the pick would probably last a lot longer if there wasn't already a bevel in it, AND it would allow my playing to create its own unique bevel. Again, the speed bevel does have a much brighter attack than the round bevel, and the round bevel is comparable to a jazz III sound, but 3x better with more body and weight to the sound.

    Thickness - These 2 picks honestly don't feel too different as far as thickness goes. I've tried a friend's TD 40 and that had a noticeable difference (Perhaps the smaller size of the STP is what caused it to not feel different - it doesn't flex as much as it would had it been a TP shape). I don't why, but I don't think I could justify spending $35 on anything less than the 40 series. Any picker thinner than 1mm just doesn't seem substantial enough to warrant spending that much money.

    Grip - Obviously, the TP is a bigger pick and is much easier to hold onto, but I love the smaller footprint of the STP,,,, because it is, by design, a quicker pick to play with. So far, I've never dropped my TP and only dropped my STP once while playing, and I think it was largely due to all the finger oil on the pick. HUGE tip by the way - I recommend washing the picks with soap and how water every now and then. Your finger oils can build up and make the picks slick if you aren't careful.

    Overall, these picks are fantastic, and I can't recommend them highly enough.


  8. The best pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Sep 2018

    It adds a lot more warmth to the overall sound, very comfortable, and I really like the bevel it glides right across smoothly. Just don't lose it because they're expensive but worth it.


  9. Slick Pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Aug 2018

    I love this pick. It is so smooth and easy to use. My only wish is that it wasn't so expensive.


  10. if youre not sure, buy it anayway!!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Apr 2018

    I was very skeprical before buying this little thng for $35. i dont like buying music stuff without trying it.. But as soon as I grabbed that pick, it right away felt amazing in my fingers. To describe it, it's like and extension of my hand. it brings the best in my Martin guitar. I showed my pick to my pro guitar player friend in Quebec, who of course, was teasing me about my buy at firstt. But, guess what, he was so floored by the qualities of that pick, he decided to order 3 them. I definitely recommend these picks.


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