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SR60

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The SR is an extremely rounded triangle shaped pick in a 60/1000th of an inch(1.50mm) thickness. The bottom corner radius is greater than the top two corners.  Our picks are all precision machined and hand beveled for the highest quality.

 

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. best pick I've ever used 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Oct 2021

    Really a big game changer. By far my favorite pick I've ever used. I do with that it came in hot pink or some other bright color so I can find it after I set it down.


  2. great product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th May 2021

    My first pick from these guys, and won’t be my last. Great versatility with this shape, very comfortable for my average sized hands and grip style, and lovely tonal characteristics. Shipping was also very quick.


  3. A joy to play. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd May 2021

    I arrived at BlueChip's site courtesy of 5 Watt World and general curiosity on what a $35 dollar pick would look like or.....do. I have to say, I'm sold on the value of this thing. Yes it's more expensive than any pick you have ever bought, but it also plays like no other pick I've ever bought. It's glassy smooth and quiet and grippy in the fingers. I am a big fan. Go buy one, I did and I plan to buy a couple more in different sizes, the 60 was a bit too thick for me, so I think I'll try the SR40 next time.


  4. Exceptional picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Jan 2021

    Have purchased Blue Chip picks before and have loved them. Just received an SR 60, desired for the rounded tips on all sides. Love the thicker 60, wonderful feel, doesn't slip, accurate, warm sound. Blue Chip reviews don't lie. I'm a jazz player and I love these picks!


  5. Best Pick for any Musician! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Dec 2020

    My most recent purchases we’re Christmas presents, but I have personally used BlueChip picks for 4 years now. Whether I’m in the studio or on stage with the Caleb Daugherty Band, these picks never let me down! Great customer service and ever better products.


  6. Love these picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th May 2020

    What a nice pick. Feels good in my hand, nice grip, slides over strings easily. I like the more rounded corner, but like the flexibility of using one of the sharper corners too. This and the TPR are my top Blue Chips. Love ‘em!


  7. Worth shelling out for 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Apr 2020

    Since buying my first archtop I have been seeking the "perfect" pick that is big enough to hold clear of fingertips and knuckles, has the rounded tip and thickness that generates the best sound with single notes but is not too fat to really "jangle" the strings for strumming. The SR60 is IT! It is really amazing how much better this sounds side by side than any other pick I have tried. I realized how dumb it was to avoid spending a few tens of dollars on the primary interface between hand and guitar having spent thousands on guitar, amp and strings aimed at finding the perfect tone. Like the man (sorta) once said "Its the pick, stupid!". And this one is that pick for me.


  8. Full Range Sounds with No Click or Plink 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Feb 2020

    I bought an IBJ55 for my friend for Christmas since she was intimately familiar with the Jazz III shape. I told her about the return policy since she has had a long term hatred of picks, even though she plays electric primarily. She liked the sound but was looking for something that had more of the "rounded" feel during the string attack like her fingers, but without the dullness. Changing the shape to the SR and keeping the thickness close made her extremely happy.

    She's been using it exclusively since BC made the exchange (thank you!), and feels like she's abandon playing exclusively finger style for a lot of what she works on because she can get what she likes from her finger sound with an unmuted highend but with minimal noise from the pick coming across the string. We seem to agree the combination of its hardness (no flex), its smoothness (polishing), its lubricity (chemical composition of the mixed plastic) and shape gives no additional edge to the sound through her 2-way speaker setup she uses with a class D amp. She can modify the guitar signal however she likes with low impedance pickups and a small capacitor on the tone pot and balance how much content between 2-5 kHz (where our ears are sensitive) without missing anything at 6 kHz+ for a sweet sound like a finger style acoustic, and still has the "gooey" feel players like from light vintage amp distortions.

    She says she couldn't be more happy with a pick and the only time she'll replace it is if it wears down too much after 10 years.


  9. Full Range without the Plink or Clink 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Feb 2020

    I bought an IBJ55 for my friend for Christmas since she was intimately familiar with the Jazz III shape. I told her about the return policy since she has had a long term hatred of picks, even though she plays electric primarily. She liked the sound but was looking for something that had more of the "rounded" feel during the string attack like her fingers, but without the dullness. Changing the shape to the SR and keeping the thickness close made her extremely happy.

    She's been using it exclusively since BC made the exchange (thank you!), and feels like she's abandon playing exclusively finger style for a lot of what she works on because she can get what she likes from her finger sound with an unmuted highend but with minimal noise from the pick coming across the string. We seem to agree the combination of its hardness (no flex), its smoothness (polishing), its lubricity (chemical composition of the mixed plastic) and shape gives no additional edge to the sound through her 2-way speaker setup she uses with a class D amp. She can modify the guitar signal however she likes with low impedance pickups and a small capacitor on the tone pot and balance how much content between 2-5 kHz (where our ears are sensitive) without missing anything at 6 kHz+ for a sweet sound like a finger style acoustic, and still has the "gooey" feel players like from light vintage amp distortions.

    She says she couldn't be more happy with a pick and the only time she'll replace it is if it wears down too much after 10 years.


  10. Best Mandolin Pick 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Dec 2019

    I was using larger, triangular picks— Blue Chip and Wegen— but I took a chance on this one. It turned out to be, in my opinion, the best for getting all the beautiful sound out of my 1910 Gibson A model with a round sound-hole. It's a joy to play with.


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