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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 50/1000 of an inch(1.25mm) 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. Worth Every Penny 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Feb 2018

    These are the real deal. Hard as a rock and easy to play with. The think the bevel on each side helps, it surely helps me get across the strings easier. I've heard a lot about these picks, now I know why.

    Great service as well. I like Amazon but I prefer to buy items like this direct and it was an excellent experience.

  2. best ive ever played 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Feb 2018

    I love this pick. It seems to slide through the string, and gives an amazing tone. I pick faster with it, and sound cleaner. It just works.
    Grips better than most,.

  3. It took a while 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Feb 2018

    I had always used the Jim Dunlop .73mm picks and liked them a lot but heard a review on these picks from a guy online who waxed lyrical about how he only used the TD80 when playing guitar and nothing else. Now the TD80 looked like a thick chunk of pick compared to what I was used to so settled for the thicker than I'm used to but not too thick TD50. I must say that it took some getting used to as it didn't have the flex that I had always experienced, but after a couple of weeks of easing into it I found it to be a joy to use and I reach for nothing else these days when I pick up a guitar. I'm thinking that in my next shop I'll look into a TD60 and TD80 as I reckon these might open my eyes even more....gotta save up first!

  4. Picks ain’t picks!!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Feb 2018

    A good friend bought me a CT 55 for Christmas in 2016, I play Mando in his band and loved the pick. I just wished it was a littlt smaller. It was great on my six string acoustic! So I bought A TD 50 for the Mando and guard them both jealously. They’re not cheap but compared to my $300.00 violin bow,,,,,,,,it’s a screamin’ deal!

  5. Our all time favorite pick! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Jan 2018

    In our opinion your picks are the best out there..

  6. Skeptic turned believer! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Jun 2017

    So, I saw Blue Chip Picks several years ago in a shop. The price was shocking since I was accustomed to spending less than a dollar for a pick. I play guitar in a bluegrass band, flatpicking and hard, fast rhythm. I used Fender Extra Heavy picks for years. Everyone I knew was using Blue Chip Picks, guitar and mando players. All swore by Blue Chip. So I squirreled some money away and bought a Blue Chip. The cheap skeptic is now a bonified believer!! I love it!! I swear I play better, louder and with better control. Absolutely worth the investment. Saving now for a back up (I sometimes loose things). Blue Chip will be the only pick I'll use. If you are like I was - skeptical about the value for the price - save some dollars and take the leap! You will become a believer!!

  7. Best pick I have ever used not just hype! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd May 2017

    I recently bought one of these at a local store going on recommendations from friends. I prefer a thick pick with little to no give in it. I have always struggled with the pick sliding around in my grip making it difficult to play. This pick sticks like glue where you hold it! No more sliding! The speed bevel flies off the strings and gives the great tone I like with ease. My accuracy and speed was increased very noticeably. I like the one I bought local so well I decided I had to have one in each guitar case! Well worth the money and after hard playing for 3 weeks shows no signs of wear.

  8. Amazing and worth the money! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd May 2017

    Other folks have said it all and I whole heartedly agree. This is the very best quality pick ever. The volume of sound, the tonal quality, the fact that you can easily soften the tone (due to the bevel?). This pick will not slip or even turn in my fingers. I am a customer for life.

  9. Top quality...again. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Mar 2017

    I bought my first Blue Chip 2 years ago, the CT-55, but I lost it recently, so I purchased the TD-50 as a replacement. Both picks have the same quality of design and function -- superior feel of the pick in various conditions ~ dry, oily or wet. The beveled edges have allowed me to adjust my picking hand technique for smoother flatpicking. AND...the best tone I have ever had for bluegrass!

    The $35 price tag is well worth it...I recommend it for anyone who wants to get the most out of their playing.

    Wes W.

  10. Can't Believe how good! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Dec 2016

    TD50...these picks were recommend to me by a veteran Nashville
    session player...He told me they had to be played to be believed...
    I told him this must be a Tennessee myth like the Kentucky
    bluegrass being blue....the customer service staff was very
    helpful....so I figured that I would give a TD 50 a try...WOW!...
    I sat for an hour alternating between the Blue Chip and a number
    of mandolin picks...NO comparison...Stereo vs Mono...clarity,
    volume if wanted...Damn..no words can capture...subsequently
    I bought two more, purchased the banjo JD Crowe thumbpick
    and finger picks...The picks are worth every penny...if you think
    they are expensive for what they are...then give up the mandolin.

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