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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 80/1000 of an inch(2mm) 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. Best purchase for immediate tone improvement 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Feb 2016

    I've been playing for 43 years. Both professionally and teaching. For acoustic playing this pick has an immediate positive impact on the tone, feel, clarity, and speed. I purchased the TD-80 and Jazz 80 LG. The TD-80 with no speed bevel; produces a much warmer tone then the Jazz 80LG. Not that the Jazz 80LG is overly bright or tinny; just that the TD-80 is warmer; I believe due to the difference in the tip point. It made my Taylor GA5 Cedar/Mahogany, go from being a too bright instrument; to bringing the tone into a very desirable sound. The price is high; would be nice if it was lower; so I'd recommend the great little wooden box for safe storage.

  2. Almost perfect 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Nov 2015

    I've been beating up my TD-80 for the past two years, playing 4+ hours daily, and it barely shows any sign of wear. For those who balk at the price, consider how many picks you'd normally go through. The tone is great, the speed you can achieve is phenomenal. Really, my only complaint is that the surface is slick, making it a little hard to hang onto when my hands get sweaty on stage. Bluechip, you might consider creating a textured version. That would make an already great pick into the perfect one.

  3. Just wasn't my thing, but. . . 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th May 2015

    I was able to return this one plus two others for a full refund + the shipping. Very cool to deal with. I've been playing thirty-three years, and I guess I've already found the picks that I need for "my sound" for each of my guitars. These were nice, though.

  4. FINALLY!!! A pick that works! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Apr 2014

    A pick that lasts, and feels the same EVERY time! I've spent years looking for the right pick, thank you Blue Chip! After a month of intense use this pick is barely showing a scratch of ware and I love the tone it pulls out of my Martin Tyminski custom signature series guitar! The tacky grip Blue Chip picks have is also a plus in aiding you to hold it without it turning or moving around. And thank you Blue Chip for a REAL pick at last!

  5. FINALLY!!! A pick that works! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Mar 2014

    And feels the same in your hand ALL and EVERY time! I'm a professional musician and practice 8, 12 and sometimes 15 hours per day when our band isn't working so I go/WENT through a lot of picks in a short time. I've only been using this pick a week now but it has many long hours on it and still isn't showing one bit of ware! Not even a scratch! I also like how it's tackiness doesn't allow it to slip or turn while playing, and the woody sound it produces is amazing! KUDOS to Blue Chip for a REAL pick! You guys rock!!! Now I've gotta order more!

  6. "almost" worth its money 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Mar 2014

    ok ... could be a little cheaper, and so only 4 stars ... i´ve been playing jim dunlop 2.00 mm for a long time. to me the TD 80 feels and sounds very similar, but, in my opinion: quite a little better. i am professional musician, so i dont care about money for a thing that i have to hold in my hands for hours every day and that inflects my sound in a positive way. great product.

  7. Flatpicking Gold! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Feb 2014

    I received my TD 80 and I tell you what...what seems to be a little pricey for a pick becomes the most invaluable tool for the flat picker, this thing has a great "woody" attack and with a little picking hand manipulation you can really get your top driving for those rhythm parts. I even use it on my electric guitars. Fastest pick on the market hands down! You will wonder why you didn't invest in one earlier.

  8. I'm a believer! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Dec 2013

    I've been using Dunlop Delrin 2.0mm picks for at least 12 years now (all 4 years in music school included), but this is all I plan on using from now on. The TD80 is the exact size, shape, and thickness of the Dunlops I was used to. So it felt really comfortable right away. But the TONE! I honestly noticed a huge difference. When I A/B'd my old Dunlop and the new Blue Chip, the difference in tone was like night and day. Now all I hear from the old pick is cheap plastic. This new material is almost an instrument unto itself. On top of that, I love how it feels when I'm playing -- the material is so smooth, and it doesn't appear to wear down (it's been 4 months since I received it). Who cares if they're more expensive? I don't lose picks very often, and these make such a big difference in tone and feel that they are a good investment. I will definitely be buying some more of these!

  9. I'm not knocking Blue Chip, but... 2 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Apr 2013

    I've been playing with this pick for a few days now and comparing it with the old Dunlop 2.0mm I played with previously and honestly, it doesn't get half the tone the Dunlop does. The Blue Chip feels way better, and I could probably play a bit faster with it, but it just sounds wispy, and airy. I'm not going to sacrifice that much tone to play a few clicks faster. I can't even blame it on the guitar being garbage. It's an '06 Martin HD-28, and it's a real cannon. Don't make my mistake expect to have Grant Gordy's tone just 'cause you bought an expensive pick. I'll probably try another shape, and thickness before I knock Blue Chip for good though.

  10. Do I Really Want To Spend This Much On A Pick? 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Oct 2012

    The pick doesn't turn in my fingers when I'm playing - at all. I actually have to credit the pick with helping to smooth out my picking significantly and probably increasing my speed. The tone I get is great and it doesn't "click" against the strings.
    I don't know what it takes to research the materials and craft a pick that can do all of this, but it's obvious to me that the people at Blue Chip have figured it out.
    I bought the best guitar I could afford. I get the best strings for the type of playing and the tone I like. It would be foolish for me to compromise on the price of the pick if it really makes a difference -- and I've found out that it does.

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