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  • ...METAL... Brighten The Night 10 All New Med/Light Copper "Flex" 

"Flex" Pick a 10 pack for just $15. Why be Dull?  Finally a true medium flex-metal pick! Thinner and brighter than plastic.Why be dull? Finally a true medium flex-metal pick.  Thinner & Brighter than plastic.

Steve Albini (Big Black, Shellac) Nirvana Producer, uses our flexible copper!

This is the lighter of the two Copper-Flex options - we call it the double zero six
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Copper "Flex" - Med/Light - 10 Pack Aprox = to .69 Gauge

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NEW! Introducing #6 Copper "Flex". Pick a 10 pack for just $15. Why be Dull? Finally a true medium flex-metal pick! Thinner and brighter than plastic and made in the USA!
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...METAL... Brighten The Night 10 All New Med/Light Copper "Flex"

"Flex" Pick a 10 pack for just $15. Why be Dull?  Finally a true medium flex-metal pick! Thinner and brighter than plastic.Why be dull? Finally a true medium flex-metal pick.  Thinner & Brighter than plastic.

Steve Albini (Big Black, Shellac) Nirvana Producer, uses our flexible copper!

This is the lighter of the two Copper-Flex options - we call it the double zero six

 

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  1. Best picks out there. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Aug 2013

    I play guitar and use Enrie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom (.10-.52).

    I like thin picks and play hard, so these are for me. The flexible metal combo gives great attack control and let's me play through the strings (like plastic), and the copper isn't slippery (to me) when wet. Metal picks destroy strings, so if you hit hard be prepared to change them at most every other show. The picks last forever but now I am buying them in 12-packs because people keep asking for one!

    -Bryan
    CUSSES


  2. Great picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jun 2013

    These are really great picks. I can't remember how I found them but I gave them a shot and now I have a hard time going back to plastic ones. They do eat up your strings a little but I play cheap Ernie Ball strings so I don't care about replacing them more often. It's worth it in my opinion.

    I didn't notice a crazy difference in sound, maybe a little more on the attack. A little more treble and metallic sounds. I mainly like how they respond when playing and that they don't break. In my opinion they are the only usable ones for guitar out of the sampler pack. Couldn't get into the stainless and more inflexible ones.

    -Graham
    www.thethons.com


  3. Pick slide heaven 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Feb 2013

    yeah.. on the thin side, but there are flat unlike the heavier ICE PICKS, which all have a curve to them and are slippery as snot.
    The copper one's get a nice grip after some use.
    I destroy plastic pics in no time. The guy's will last forever if you don't loose em'.

    EVH used metal pic's back in the day. some guy made them for him but he kept loosing them.

    Very crispy tone.


  4. Good sound, too thin. 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Dec 2012

    I'm a big Criss Oliva fan, and I know he used stainless steel but I prefer brass/copper. Anywho, these sound great, but as with Tyrannocaster, I found them way too thin for my style of playing, if only these came in the .63 size.


  5. Sweet 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Dec 2012

    I've been a Jim Dunlop Jazz pick user for years, nylon, because they've put up with my style, and and are quick, but these beat them hands down. And they're so durable. I love them.


  6. Dream come true! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jul 2012

    I love these picks. They take a bit to get use to, but they are the best I have used.


  7. Nice, but too thin 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th May 2012

    I wanted a replacement for the old Hot Licks copper alloy picks, which I only have four of now. These picks aren't bad but they are too thin and they don't have enough authority for a guitar that isn't strung with really light strings. As a test I taped two of them together and then compared them with a Hot Licks copper pick - they feel about the same with the double thickness. The Hot Licks picks are thicker but they still flex fine - these are TOO flexible and they just don't work as well on heavier strings (ie, 10s and higher - in fact, they're iffy on 9s IMO). The thicker Ice Pix are too stiff, so I guess there is no perfection in the world. Still, these are useful and people who have never used the old Hot Licks will never know the difference.

    ICE PIX says thanks for the review - the thicker 008 Copper ICE PIX are actually thinner than one of the HOT LICKS picks we have so this might depend on which one you had. We'll keep trying to offer as many options as possible.


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