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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 60/1000 of an inch(1.50mm) 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. The Best Pick. Ever. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Feb 2017

    I decided to try out the Blue Chip phenomenon, and I'm glad I did. I became hooked with the first strum. There is virtually no pick noise, and it sounds great on electric or acoustic guitar. While soloing, every note I pick somehow sounds better than the last. Pure gravy, baby. Pure. Gravy. I've never dropped one, they somehow have a perfect amount of grip, no matter what the condition of your hand is. I may try out a lighter pick, but for now I'm sticking with the 60.

  2. It's a wonderful pick! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Dec 2016

    I waited 3 years to finally pull the trigger on getting my own Blue Chip pick and I am glad I finally did. Not only did I nerd out on the fact that I was able to have my Youtube handle enscribed into the pick, I am also blown away at how smooth the pick glides from string to string and the absolute lack of wear I see from my heavy-handed playing. I'm a pick collector and a pick designer myself and I make boutique picks by hand, so I can appreciate how cool these picks are. I want more!!!

  3. Best Pick Going - Just Don't Lose It! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Dec 2016

    I have a D18 and an HD28. When playing these guitars, the Blue Chip TD60 is the best sounding pick I've found. They seem to glide on the strings smoother than other picks. They are expensive but they don't seem to wear out. Just don't lose them.

    I prefer my TF60's almost all the time, except in really high humidity then I might use a different pick that is a bit brighter or "clickier".

  4. Excellent pick. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Oct 2016

    I was skeptical about spending 35 dollars on a pick. However, with an hour of play I've noticed this pick is by far the best pick I have ever owned.
    Tone,grip and playability are amazing.

  5. great pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Sep 2016

    As a novice picker, it took me a while to get used to a thicker pick. Now I am a true believer
    This is a Great Pick. The price is high, but worth it.

  6. TD60 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Aug 2016

    The pic performed well. Very smooth on the strings. It was just a little too thick or heavy for my style of play. I'm going to trade it for a TD 40 and try that one.

  7. still evaluating 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Aug 2016

    After over 50 years of using a more flexible pick, I'm still in the process of getting used to the stiffness and thickness.
    The workmanship is unquestionably very good! The service of filling my order and delivery was great!
    I am sure I will get used to it the more I play.
    Thanks, Chuck in Missouri

  8. amazing pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Aug 2016

    It took a few days to get used to but now I can't go back to Pro Plecs. This is the best pick I've ever used.

  9. Great picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Jun 2016

    Easy to handle hard to lose the grip. Very sturdy material that they're made out of. They work very well to quell the sound of a very large blooming guitar. Would recommend them to my friends and fellow Pickers. Not exactly sure why they're worth $35 though.

  10. Growing My Blue Chip IQ 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th May 2016

    After reading the online reviews, I bought my first Blue Chip four or five years ago, a Kenny Smith 40. I loved the volume and tone, and the way it glided across the strings. It gave me more of that 'round' tone I'm always after, and without getting rough and rasping after use.

    After a year or so I lost my KS40 (a dropped pick pack outside a music store).

    Over the next few years I tried other Blue Chips; another KS40, a custom TPR40 style, a TAD40, and last year, a standard TD40.

    For all around use I decided the TD was my best size and shape. I use the point for more clarity and clearer strums and then go to the shoulders when I want a more rounded, darker tone (especially when using the fingers alongside the pick).

    Then I lost the TD40 (at a friend's house with small, active kids).

    So I was back to the TAD, the KS and the TPR.

    To finally make the switch to the TD shape, I recently ordered several in 45, 50 & 60. I instantly fell in love with the TD60. For me, it works for both strumming and picking.

    I handled the other 'test' picks carefully and because of Blue Chip's liberal return policy, I promptly returned them for a refund.

    The two TD60s however, I kept clutched in my tight little fist. For my style it's the most stable and versatile pick I've owned.

    So it seems, that for me as my Blue Chip IQ has grown so has my preference for 'thicker.' Based on your own personal goals and style you may go a different direction.

    As for losing picks, my new tactic is the Dunlop 'Scotty' pick holder. It comes with a sticky square on the back side, which I've attached several inches above the neck heel on the side of my Martin 0000 M3M.

    No more fumbling for pick packs, picks falling from underneath the strings, etc. When I finish playing, immediately the pick goes back in the caddy and stays with the guitar (and no more trips to stores).

    So my take on Blue Chip picks is simply this: if you can't 'hear' a tonal difference then stay with whatever pick makes you happy. Ears are different. With Blue Chip picks, I not only hear a huge difference, I also 'feel' a huge difference. And that makes them more than worth the cost.

    On the other hand, if you're the guy who speaks as though there really is NO objective tonal difference, and that those of us who claim there is must be delusional, then certainly, revel in your own sense of hearing superiority. If YOU can't hear it, then it can't exist. Right?

    Hold on to that, the rest of us will happily motor on, enjoying each strum of our little $35.00 plus shipping delusion.

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