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TD35

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Product Description

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.

 

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. top pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Jul 2021

    The sound that comes from these picks is what I would describe as loud, bright , clear , powerful. They don’t slip in your fingers and they last extremely long -


  2. A worthy investment 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jul 2021

    I'm not super big on guitar nuance. I doubt if I could pick an A note out of a line-up so that'll tell you something.

    But I know a pick with outstanding playability and tone when I play one.

    Best $35 I’ve spent in a while considering the per hour enjoyment I get. My second Blue Chip.


  3. What I use the TD35 for. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jul 2021

    I use the TD35 pick when I play my Martin Backpacker. The thickness matches well with the ultra-light strings and the teardrop shape increases my playing speed.


  4. Hell yeah brother!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Jun 2021

    I'm a bit heavy handed in my right hand and pretty much all picks wear very fast in my hands. Except from this little guy, im very impressed! No signs of wear in atleast 3 months of daily playing.

    Glides very smoothly over the strings. Money well spent!

    My first package got lost in the mail, and they sent me another package with express delivery free of charge. 10/10 will buy again.


  5. Made a believer out of me 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Jun 2021

    Been flat picking for 40+ years and didn’t really believe the hype, but I’ve been convinced!
    Like any product on the “high end/professional “ side of things, you pay for the little things, (the 20% that makes 80% of the impact) but it makes all the difference. I’ve never played a smoother, quieter or faster pick.
    If you’re serious about flatpicking and serious about tone you should buy one.


  6. Changed my mind... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Jun 2021

    Zac Childs@ askzac, Brad Paisleys former tech got me interested. Felt a bit careless spending that for a pick but seem to be hooked on them now. Went back and forth for a while between the Blue Chip and my usual which was the Dunlop Primetone. Anyway converted over and bought some more. I treat the pick now like any other piece of gear and when I’m done playing it goes in its place until next time instead of just tossed aside. Plenty of feedback about performance available and feel it’s pretty true. Great product and worth its price. Just take care of it like the rest of your gear. Thx.


  7. Excellent Pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Jun 2021

    I have a TP40 & was looking for a little thinner pick, so I got the TD35. Works great, slick on the strings. Only negative is I'd like a TD or TP 30. NOTE on customer service: ordered one engraved pick and got two. My name Rob was spelled Bob on one pick. They could have put that one in the trash, but they sent it to be used. I call it my Daddy pick as his name was Bob! Great Job guys, and thanks!


  8. Dont sleep on a thin pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st May 2021

    I always thought I needed a thick flatpick for tone. Nope. There’s something bouncier in a 35. It pushes through a string with ease, snappy and quick. A thicker 50, by comparison, drags through the low E reluctantly. Feels cumbersome to me now. More resistance. My wrist has to work more. None of that spring-loaded snap in response that my 35 has. I’m converted.


  9. only one pick needed 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th May 2021

    I’ve always been a light pick user. After seeing lots of reviews on the blue chip pick I wanted to try one. I didn’t really understand the number system or thickness on each pick,so I emailed blue chip and asked which ones was the thinnest pick they have. I was told TD 35, I said sold. I ordered one couldn’t wait for it to arrive. It arrived a few days later, It was very much thicker then I had hoped. So tried it out and found it was easy to get used to and have to say I love it now, the tone from the pick is great. It simply feels great between your fingers. I hope I never loose it. I would love to have a backup just in case lol great pick guys Worth the cash. I even bought my bother one. He’s still trying to get used to it but I’m sure once he does he’ll feel the same as I do.


  10. So Far My Favorite 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th May 2021

    I’ve tried a few different Blue Chip picks, and they are all finished to perfection. I like the composite material. It seems a little stiffer than nylon or plastic of similar thickness, and I think produces a more mellow tone. I also like the “feel” of the material, which I would describe as a little “grippy” (but not sticky). They don’t slip around in my fingers as much as other materials I’ve tried. I also like the way they come off the strings.

    I'm a relative beginner on guitar (about 1-1/2 years) and have tried several different brands, materials, and thicknesses of picks to figure out what I like best. As my skill level has improved, I find I like stiffer picks. Blue Chips are expensive, so trying out different ones to find the shape, size, and thickness you like best is not a cheap proposition. However, I’ve been very dedicated to my practice and invested in a fairly expensive, nice guitar, so the price for these picks seems worth it.

    Every Blue Chip pick I’ve ordered has been processed and delivered very quickly (typically in 2 business days with normal shipping). I live in Knoxville, TN where these picks are made, so that probably helps the speed of delivery. But still…kudos to a very efficient operation! A TAD40-1R was the first pick I tried. It’s a slightly oversized, triangular shaped pick with one corner rounded. The rounded corner gives a slightly more mellow/warmer tone, while the pointed corners give a little brighter tone—nice to have the variety in one pick. Being a relative beginner, I also wanted to try a little less stiff pick, so my second try was a TD35. This is a very traditional teardrop shape and size. I’ve also tried a Jazz35 LG and a TP40-1R. The Jazz35 LG is similar in size to the TD35 but has a sharper point, which produces a little brighter tone. It also feels very precise when picking. The TP40-1R is the same shape as the TAD40-1R but is a more normal sized triangular shaped pick. I’ve had a hard time deciding which pick I like best, but I’m currently leaning more towards the TD35. Between the TAD and the TD, I like the more traditional sized TD.


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