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TD60

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The TD is a standard teardrop shape pick with two rounded corners and one sharper playing corner. This is a TD in a 60/1000 of an inch(1.50mm) thickness. All of our picks a professionally machined, hand beveled, and laser etched.

 

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  1. Amazing tone and feel!!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Jun 2021

    I bought this pick mainly for electric guitar and it has been so much better than I had expected. There is no flex and it's quite thick but not too thick to be clumsy. The bevel makes playing fast passages a breeze. It just glides through the strings with no pick noise. My speed and accuracy has actually improved using this pick. The grip is fantastic! Even with sweaty hands, it stays put without having to keep a death grip on the pick. I've used it on acoustic too and it really has a very big and full sound without being overly bright. I use it for strumming and single note lines. I've been playing this pick a lot for well over a month now and it's showing barely any signs of wear, and I'm pretty heavy handed. I think I have found my perfect pick! I will definitely be buying another as a spare.


  2. great picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th May 2021

    I have piles of picks at home, mandolin player, but only have six in my little, must have at hand plastic pouch and four of those are Blue Chips of different size and thickness but they all have the speed bevel. I've even imitated that bevel on one of my shell picks.
    I often see comments about the price but good tone and smooth playing is worth it. Just don't carry them around in your pocket and risk losing one when you are fishing for pocket change!!!


  3. Favorite blue chip pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th May 2021

    If you play electric guitar and wanna try a Blue Chip pick, I’d recommend this one. I’ve used the TD50, TD60, and TD80 and like this one the best. For reference, my favorite non-Blue Chip pick is the Dunlop Primetone .88.

    I got the leather pouch key chain to go with it and always put my pick away when I’m done playing so I don’t lose it.


  4. the flat out best pick ever 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Apr 2021

    This is my second Blue Chip. I bought a TAD-3R and had it speed beveled, so I wanted a rounded tip compliment... the round tip TD60 just became my main pick. Like everyone says... it is exactly like holding nothing, and sounds incredible. The more I think about the VESPEL material, and try to understand it, the more my head hurts... So, when I don't think about it, and I play, I just get real happy.

    I know... I know... $35...

    I took a friend out for dinner recently... bought a beer each and our meals... it came to $89 before tip... So, my friend's meal cost me $44.50... for less money than that I can have a pick that will never wear down and make me never worry about how the pick will sound. Seems kind of cheap when you view it as a lifetime investment...

    Thank you for making such an incredible pick!


  5. Best teardrop pick I’ve played! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Apr 2021

    I love my TD60!! It has a perfect balance of top end and sparkle but is full and round enough to keep from being too brash and brittle. I find the dynamic range incredibly pleasing, a soft touch brings out a full bodied warm tone but still cuts through a mix when digging in! I find the TD60 also glides effortlessly when playing choppy funk rhythms on my strat, which is where I find I like this pick the most :)

    I have been comparing these to an STP50 and CT55, I found this pick right in the middle tone wise. It’s mellower and fuller than the stp, but brighter that the CT55. These picks are all amazing, I keep the TD and STP in my pocket for jams,


  6. Great Picks! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Apr 2021

    Very fast material, and the speed bevel makes this pick fly off the strings. I try to use the heaviest pick possible for many different playing situations, these picks make that easy.


  7. TD-60 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Mar 2021

    Just purchased TD-60. This pick instantly improved my playing. The playability of this pick is by far better than any of picks I have used. I just wish the tone could be a little brighter. That's why my rate is four stars, but still a great pick. I definitely recommend it. At least try it to see if you like. I am sure a lot of people will like it. Thank you, Blue chip for the great products.


  8. TD 60 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Mar 2021

    I've used a lot of picks, but these are the best I've ever played. Great feel with minimal noise. Really clear, articulated sound.


  9. td60 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Oct 2019

    Very happy with this. Have a lot of different style picks and I really like the material used. Highly recommend this


  10. Winner of my 2019 pick shootout 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Oct 2019

    I really kind of hate to admit it, but his is the best sounding pick I have found to date. The reason I hate to admit that is that they are pretty spendy. I have had a TD 40 for years that never leaves the house because I don't want to lose a $35 pick. Recently in my seemingly never ending quest for the best pick (for me) I played a 1.5 mm Gravity Gold and really liked the thickness. My go to picks have been Clyton Ultems, but they only go up to 1.2 mm. I tested this TD 60 against the Gravity Gold 1.5 mm, the Clayton Ultem 1.2 mm, the Dunlop Primetone 1.5 mm, and the John Pearse Fast Turtle 1.2 mm pick and the Blue Chip TD 60 was a clear winner. FYI I mostly play pretty heavy handed bluegrass rhythm guitar, a lot of singer-songwriter style stuff, but also use this pick playing electric rock-n-roll.


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