Re: Blue chip picks
I recently got one too. I have been in search of the "holy grail" of picks since I started playing mandolin 2 years ago. I have Dawg, Golden Gate, Wegen, V Pick, Red Bear, assorted Dunlop, Fender, Pro Plec, etc. My issue has been having the darn thing stick to my fingers and tone. I really don't see much difference in tone of the Blue Chip compared to the Red Bear and only slight differences with those two and the Wegen and V pick although the V Pick does make some interesting string noise sometimes. The V Pick and Blue Chip both stick the best to my fingers. I have had the Blue Chip a month and for the past couple of weeks that's all I've used. I think every one who has bought one likes them, because they don't want to admit they spent $35 for a pick that they then didn't like-lol.
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