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The TP is our classic triangular pick in a 40/1000 of an inch thickness(1.0mm). The TP is the same size as the TPR, but has slightly sharper corners. All of our picks are 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. I am converted 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Jan 2018

    Have heard about BCP's for a long time, and just put it up to hype...

    I am a "bedside flatpicker," fiddle tunes are my game. My favorite pick for a lot of years was a Guild Heavy having gotten a handful at several Lets Meet Guild convocations at the factory in CT...I presume them to essentially be Fender Heavy's...when given the chance I have tried several "reclaimed" turtle picks, and did find them incrementally better than the Guilds...then, during a guitar-trade I acquired a BCP...the trader didn't know what it was, and I tried to let him know about its worth. Anyway, no question, the BCP is in the least "incrementally" better than the real turtle...as expensive, but without doubt legal! I had She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed get me a larger profile for Christmas...gawd I love that woman!...all is right with the universe now..."Sigh!"

  2. They're all great! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Dec 2017

    I like TP-style Blue Chip picks, beveled, for both mandolin and guitar, but I've never played a Blue Chip pick I didn't like!

  3. A great yet overpriced pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Nov 2017

    I've always preferred triangle-shaped picks, and chose a TP40 for its size, which is slightly larger than a Dunlop Primetone "Small Tri" pick. To my surprise, the TP40 is even grippier than Ultex. The size and shape are perfect. I just wish I could buy them with texture for an even better grip, and in different colors, because it's just plain ugly. The price is ludicrous, but I did not factor it into my rating in the least.

  4. Best picks ever! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Sep 2017

    Before BCP. I was often dropping them, not now. The unique thing is the pick
    slides so smoothly over the strings, with minimal clicking.
    My theory is the material used has electrical properties which keeps the pick
    from slipping off your fingers. Makes my "Country Boy"Bourgeois Sing!
    Thanks Blue Chip!i

  5. I love this pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Aug 2017

    I have become a big fan of Blue Chip picks! I've got a TP-40, TP-50,
    TPR-40 and a TPS-40,

    I love all of them!!!

  6. Best Pick By Far 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th May 2017

    I am relatively new to BlueChip picks. Until about 6 months ago I was strictly used Fender picks, and would have never considered paying $35 for a pick. Well, a few months ago my local music store started carrying Gravity Picks. I tried a couple out and thought they were an improvement over what I was using, especially being able to keep them in place, but didn't like the tone vs. pick noise for playing acoustic. Even with that I bought a couple of the Gravity Gold picks. Even though a I liked the improvement I wasn't satisfied and did some research which lead me to BlueChip. I took a chance and bought one and absolutely feel in love with them. The tone is amazing, very clear, balanced, with extremely low pick noise. The BlueChip gives me a better & clearer tonal range, I can play very soft and still have note clarity, or dig in to get increased volume but still have the clarity. These picks have actually given more dimension to my playing & tone. Also the grip is the best so far. I did a number of comparison recordings between the Gravity Gold and the TP40, and there was really no comparison, The gravity Gold was darker, with more pick noise and didn't stay in place near as well. I have extremely dry skin and keeping the pick in place has always been a problem. The TP40 is my go-to pick, it's great for everything from strumming to single note lead lines, and it stays in place!!!

  7. Better than Tortoise Shell 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Jan 2017

    I have Many Blue Chip Flat Picks , each one has a different function , if I play Mandolin I use a TP-1R 50 or a CT-55 , On my Guitars I use the STP 40 and STP 50 , I also use a TP -1 50 and now I just Purchased two great TP 40's . What is different is these 2 Picks are Engraved with my Name and all the others I have are not. This is because BlueChip Picks can last for many years and seemingly will never wear out , I love the way they feel in my Right Hand and they fact they are practically devoid of side noise or Pick Click and most importantly that they self Lubricate during use . The right Hand Speed bevel is technology that is revolutionary in controlling the pick. Overall You won't find a better Pick anywhere else except at BlueChip .Picks , Every Pick they make is a Great Pick to Own for your Instrument !

  8. Love it! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Dec 2016

    I love these picks. I like holding the material of the pick and the TP size is great for me. I play tenor banjo and don't want too much brightness since the banjo is bright an loud already. The shape of the TP is perfect for me without a speed bevel. Just the right tone. I actually asked for a 35 thickness instead of 40, and that was no problem at all for them to produce. Great service! I bought two of these and I think they will last a very long time, but whenever I do need to replace them, I'll definitely be ordering the exact same picks again.

  9. A little disappointing to be honest 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Oct 2016

    I found the tone of the TP40 to be thin to be honest. I love the way it doesn't get caught up in the strings - it really helps out with the fast picking. However, it is probably too thin to provide the meaty, rich sound I'm used to with the thicker Dunlop Tortex picks I use. Great for fast picking, but doesn't deliver a rich, full tone.

  10. Good Pick 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Sep 2016

    I like this pick for staying put in your fingers and the sound from my guitar, however, it does not fit well between my fingers. I need a pick that is a little shorter from point to top. I have trouble determining which pick would solve this problem. Any suggestions would be helpful.

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