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    Default Re: The Traveling Pick Sampler - Anyone Interested?

    Quote Originally Posted by thecelloronin View Post
    To whoever currently has Sampler #1: What thickness is that white Wegen Bluegrass pick? I'd like to buy one, but can't remember the size.
    Just wanted to bump this question if anyone has any insight?

    Edit: whoops! Looks like I had sampler #2. Anyone with Sampler #2 have any ideas about that Wegen pick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thecelloronin View Post
    Just wanted to bump this question if anyone has any insight?

    Edit: whoops! Looks like I had sampler #2. Anyone with Sampler #2 have any ideas about that Wegen pick?
    I actually measured it with calipers when I had it, since I wanted to get one. I measured 1.4mm

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    This will be my third time asking about the possibility of getting on this list, with the first 2 attempts with no response. Am I missing something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveGinNJ View Post
    I actually measured it with calipers when I had it, since I wanted to get one. I measured 1.4mm
    ^ Thread MVP. Thanks Dave!
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    Well I ended up posting the same thing twice, and although there is an option that says edit/delete when I click on it I see no delete option.
    Last edited by CricketHouse; Mar-02-2019 at 10:58am. Reason: Double Post
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    I would like to get on the list. Thank you.
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    Howdy all. As it does, life has gotten in the way of posting to the forum recently so my apologies for any ignored requests to be added to the recipient lists for the picks.

    The lack of any info about the location of sampler #1 has also made posting a disheartening prospect, but as of today I can share the good news that the legendary original Pick Sampler is alive! It was just delivered after having disappeared down some Postal Service black hole for the last month and a half.

    So, now that I have both samplers in hand at the same time I'll get an inventory, do a little balancing, repopulate the recipient lists, and then get both samplers mailed out within a week or two. I'll PM the first two in line for addresses shortly.

    C.
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    Flatiron 1N Pancake - Not just for breakfast
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    Epiphone Mandobird IV - Djangly
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    Would be possible to get on the sampler list, pretty please? I do live in the UK though... Is that a problem? Thanks in advance! Kierri x

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    Default Re: The Traveling Pick Sampler - Anyone Interested?

    Here's a link to the thread from the '03 sampler. Has a pic on page 1 showing what they were sent in.https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/t...=mailing+picks
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    OK, I think I would love to test drive these picks. Please put me on the list. Kat

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandomick View Post
    Here's a link to the thread from the '03 sampler. Has a pic on page 1 showing what they were sent in.https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/t...=mailing+picks
    That's quite the starter spread considering the current iteration started with Caleb sending out a lone Wegen.

    But now we have two samplers with well over a hundred picks each! It's amazing. I'll be getting pics of all the picks posted shortly, but in the meantime here are the new recipient lists!

    Sampler #1

    Annieka
    Cricket House
    kegcrowe

    Sampler #2

    Paul Busman
    Ryan Fish
    Kierri (note: Sampler #1 has gone international twice, so it's time for #2 to take a trip)


    Here are the community-established house rules so we can keep this thing going for as long as possible:


    • Requests to be added to a recipient list can be made in this thread (preferred) or via PM to me. No need to post address.

    • Brand new user accounts are requested to continue posting to the Cafe to establish credibility in being a recipient when their time comes. MIA accounts are subject to being skipped.

    • I will try to honor requests for a specific sampler list but otherwise one will be assigned. They are both great so you won't be missing out either way!

    • You will be contacted by current holder sometime before sampler is shipped to you to confirm address and phone number. These are needed for contact info to hunt down a sampler in case it goes missing.

    • Please try to keep your sampler no longer than 2 to 3 weeks.

    • Please do not remove a pick from the sampler. If you like it, buy one.

    • Adding new picks in encouraged.

    • Current holder will contact next in line for address and phone number sometime after they receive the sampler.

    • Holder will confirm recipient address via phone call/text (preferred) or PM before shipping sampler.

    • Holder will notify recipient when sampler had been shipped. Please provide tracking if available.

    • New recipient should post in this thread when they receive the sampler.

    It may seem like a lot of nit picky rules but these samplers are tremendous and unprecedented resources built by the Mandolin Cafe forum community. For the cost of postage (usually $4 to $8) you can experience hundreds of dollars worth of picks, many you would never have the chance to try, and we want to make sure they continue to be passed around.

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    I'm ready to get on the list. I've gone through four new picks that I got for the mandolin and all my guitar picks with one favorite from each group.

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    The Pick Samplers are both back on tour!

    Here's a pic. #1 on the left, #2 on the right.

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    They both have close to the same number of picks total, but #1 has a slight edge in different kinds of picks: 115 to 105 unique types. Pretty good balance for #1 having a year or two head start. I'll post inventory lists in separate posts below.

    As hoped, I was able to cross-pollinate between them where there were multiples in one sampler. I think it was 6 or 7 from #1 to #2 and 10 the other way, with some minor number swapped just to reduce the number of dups in one or the other (e.g. #2 had eight ProPlecs!).

    For the most part, the picks in #1 that were donated in labeled baggies have been kept separated, but I did place a few in the general population if they were more common or easily identifiable. For instance, a standard Gravity Striker doesn't need any introduction, but one with a 'master finish' should remain noted as such. I also removed a grouping-by-type system (i.e. a bunch of sandwich bags labeled with 'triangles' or 'primetones') that had been introduced at some point.

    Compared to previous inventories, there are a small but significant number of picks that have gone missing from both samplers. Of note are a Blue Chip TPR-50, quite a few Wegens, and some Primetones and V-Picks. Disappointing if not entirely unexpected. Regardless, the spirit of each remains intact and both samplers are of very high quality, variety, and fun! Let's keep 'em going!

    C. ~/:/~
    Northfield F5S Amber #347 - 'Squeeze'
    Flatiron 1N Pancake - Not just for breakfast
    Kentucky KM-270 - Not just for whisky
    Epiphone Mandobird IV - Djangly
    Cozart 8-string e-mando - El Ch(e)apo
    Lanikai LB6-S Banjolele (tuned GDAE) - Plinky and the Brane

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    Sampler #1 inventory

    1. Hawk SB
    2. BlueChip CT-55
    3. John Pearse Fast Turtles Medium 2.5mm
    4. John Pearse Studio Extra Heavy
    5. Gravity Gold Tripp Standard 1.5
    6. Gravity Striker XL 3
    7. Gravity Striker Standard 1.5mm (‘Master Finish’ edge)
    8. Gravity Axis Standard 1.5mm (polished edge)
    9. Gravity Axis Standard 3mm (polished edge)
    10. Wegen White triangle with round edges
    11. Wegen BG140 black
    12. Wegen BG100 white
    13. Wegen BG100 black
    14. D'Andrea ProPlec 1.5 (triangle)
    15. D'Andrea 358 Teardrop Celluloid Jazz Shell Heavy
    16. D'Andrea Delrex 1.14
    17. D’Andrea Classic .96
    18. Dawg
    19. Golden Gate
    20. Acoustic Music Works
    21. V-Pick Red-colored (Triangle, very thick)
    22. V-Pick (Thick, white pearl colored)
    23. V-Pick Tradition
    24. V-Pick Screamer
    25. V-Pick unmarked
    26. V-Pick Lite Medium Round
    27. V-Pick Red Rocker
    28. Chicken picks 2.1 Triangle (White)
    29. Chicken Picks 2.2 (White)
    30. Ultra Cool Heavy 1.0 mm, black rectangle
    31. Cool Heavy 1.0 triangle
    32. Cool Heavy 1.0 w/ grip
    33. Cool Heavy 1.0 w/o grip
    34. Wedgie 5.0
    35. Jim Dunlop 204 (small, thick, black, very round tips)
    36. Jim Dunlop 207 (black, thick)
    37. Jim Dunlop 208 (Black thick)
    38. Jim Dunlop Americana round triangle 1.5mm
    39. Jim Dunlop Americana large triangle 3.0mm
    40. Jim Dunlop Big Stubby 1.0
    41. Jim Dunlop Stubby Triangle 3.0
    42. Jim Dunlop Stubby Triangle 1.5
    43. Jim Dunlop Nylon .73
    44. Dunlop max-grip 1.5
    45. Dunlop max-grip 1.14
    46. Dunlop max-grip 1.0
    47. Dunlop max-grip .88
    48. Dunlop Primetone 1.5 Triangle (grip)
    49. Dunlop Primetone 1.0 standard (grip)
    50. Dunlop Primetone 1.3 Rounded triangle (grip)
    51. Dunlop Primetone 1.3 round edges
    52. Dunlop Primetone 1.4 triangle
    53. Dunlop Tortex 2.0
    54. Dunlop Tortex 1.5
    55. Dunlop Tortex 1.0
    56. Dunlop Tortex .88
    57. Dunlop Tortex .73
    58. Dunlop Tortex .50
    59. Dunlop Ultex 1.0
    60. Dunlop Ultex 1.3
    61. Dunlop Gator .71
    62. Dunlop Gator .58
    63. Dunlop Teckpick Standard blue
    64. Fender Tru-Shell Extra Heavy
    65. Fender 346 Triangle Heavy
    66. Fender 346 Triangle Medium
    67. Fender standard metallic Medium
    68. Fender standard blue Heavy
    69. Fender standard MOP Heavy
    70. CF Martin Heavy large rounded triangle
    71. CF Martin Heavy small rounded standard
    72. Apatius standard, hand-shaped/buffed
    73. Planet Waves x-heavy triangle 1.25
    74. Prodigy Klassikh M (Greek Bouzouki Plectrum)
    75. Prodigy Laikh M (Greek Bouzouki Plectrum)
    76. Timber Tones Resin ‘Moondance’
    77. Timber Tones Macassar Ebony
    78. Timber Tones Horn ‘Starfish’
    79. Clayton Acetal Standard 1.52mm
    80. Clayton Duraplex Delrin Rounded Triangle 1.14 mm
    81. Clayton triangle 1.0
    82. Clayton .88 with holes
    83. Clayton .80 with holes
    84. Clifford Essex ‘Mandolin 100’ rounded horn 1mm
    85. Clifford Essex ‘Buffy’ horn 2mm
    86. Snark Neo Tortoise heavy 1.07mm
    87. Dogal Flexible
    88. Dogal Medium
    89. Dogal Heavy
    90. Pickboy Classic Pearl .75
    91. Buffalo triangle heavy
    92. Fidis Tamboti (wood)
    93. Fidis Stratford Hall Plantation Cherry (wood)
    94. Fidis striped (unknown wood)
    95. Fidis Persimmon (wood)
    96. Fidis Timborana (wood) - arrived broken
    97. Tusq BA 2.00
    98. Tusq BA 1.00
    99. Tusq BA 0.88
    100. Gibson triangle medium
    101. Nylpro 1.4 green (D’Addario)
    102. Boss .88
    103. Ernie Ball Brad Paisley
    104. darrylicshon.com pink
    105. Authentic Hendrix heavy
    106. Orbit Zero Gravity .6
    107. Brain 1.0
    108. US Army standard thin
    109. Unknown white stone pick, extra heavy
    110. Unknown, blue pointed 1.5 mm with grip dots
    111. Unknown Striped wooden
    112. Unknown black very pointed, thick, small
    113. Unknown red heavy with grip
    114. Unknown translucent off-white triangle medium
    115. Unknown orange triangle thin



    Sampler #2 inventory

    1. BlueChip CT-55
    2. Wegen BG100 Black
    3. Wegen BG100 White
    4. D'Andrea ProPlec 1.5 (triangle)
    5. D'Andrea Delrex 1.14
    6. D'Andrea 358 Teardrop Celluloid Jazz Shell Heavy
    7. D'Andrea Deltrex .50mm triangle
    8. D'Andrea Brights Progrip .38 drilled
    9. Dawg
    10. Golden Gate
    11. V-Pick Lite Large Pointed
    12. V-Pick Jazz Mando
    13. V-Pick Lite Medium rounded triangle
    14. Gravity Classic .60
    15. Gravity Striker XL 2.0
    16. John Pearse Studio Extra Heavy
    17. JT’s Picks – Various colors
    18. Apatius standard, hand-shaped/buffed
    19. Tusq BA 1.00
    20. Snark Neo Tortoise heavy 1.07mm
    21. Pickboy 1.00 Hard
    22. Pickboy Carbon Nylon .88
    23. Pickboy Vintage w/ Pearl Classic .75
    24. Zemiatis Metal Triangle
    25. Dava Control Grip Tips – Various colors
    26. Dava Conrol by Dave Story
    27. Cool standard .6
    28. Wedgie 5.0
    29. Dunlop Primetone 512P triangle with grip 1.4mm
    30. Dunlop Primetone 514P semi-round with grip 1.5mm
    31. Dunlop Primetone 515P semi-round 1.3mm
    32. Dunlop Primetone triangle 1.4
    33. Dunlop Primetone standard 1.4
    34. Dunlop Americana
    35. Dunlop Jazz III Red
    36. Dunlop Jazz III Black
    37. Dunlop Jazz III Eric Johnson signature
    38. Dunlop Ultex Jazz III 2.0
    39. Dunlop Yngvie Malmstein signature 2.0mm
    40. Dunlop Big Stubby (one with a worn tip) 3.0mm
    41. Dunlop Stubby 2.0mm
    42. Dunlop Stubby 1.0mm
    43. Dunlop Tortex 2.0
    44. Dunlop Tortex 1.5
    45. Dunlop Tortex 1.14
    46. Dunlop Tortex 1.0
    47. Dunlop Tortex 1.0 Triangle
    48. Dunlop Tortex .88
    49. Dunlop Tortex .73
    50. Dunlop Tortex .50
    51. Dunlop Gator Grip 1.5mm
    52. Dunlop Gator Grip 2.0mm
    53. Dunlop Max-Grip 1.0mm
    54. Dunlop Max-Grip .73mm
    55. Dunlop Nylon .60mm
    56. Dunlop 207
    57. Dunlop unknown small thick
    58. Dunlop Ultex 1.14
    59. Clayton Duraplex Delrin Rounded Triangle 1.14 mm
    60. Clayton 1.9mm
    61. Clayton triangle 1.52mm
    62. Clayton 1.2mm
    63. Fender standard blue Heavy
    64. Fender standard MOP Heavy
    65. Fender standard tortoiseshell Heavy
    66. Fender Bass large triangle medium
    67. Fender Bass large triangle thin
    68. Fender triangle extra heavy
    69. Fender triangle medium
    70. Fender triangle thin
    71. Fender custom shop standard medium
    72. Fender teardrop medium
    73. Fender teardrop thin
    74. Mandolin teardrop
    75. Ibanez Steve Vai signature Medium
    76. CF Martin large triangle heavy .96
    77. CF Martin standard 1.2
    78. Planet Waves 1.04
    79. Planet Waves triangle extra heavy 1.10
    80. Star Picks 1.14
    81. Bobby Osborne
    82. Big Dog medium
    83. Boss .88
    84. darrylicshon.com pink
    85. Authentic Hendrix heavy
    86. Brain 1.0
    87. Guitar Center
    88. Lark Street Music
    89. Nick Cowan Hardheaded
    90. Retrofret
    91. US Army standard thin
    92. Antique Archeology standard
    93. The EB3 Pick
    94. The Loar standard
    95. Willies
    96. Unknown black very pointed, thick, small
    97. Unknown nylon triangle red thin
    98. Unknown wooden with thumb and finger indent - Heavy
    99. Unknown wooden
    100. Unknown Buffalo horn triangles Heavy
    101. Unknown Shell Button, hand carved
    102. Unknown sharkfin thin
    103. Unknown black triangle thin
    104. Unknown white triangle thin
    105. Thalia .9 wooden (broken)
    Northfield F5S Amber #347 - 'Squeeze'
    Flatiron 1N Pancake - Not just for breakfast
    Kentucky KM-270 - Not just for whisky
    Epiphone Mandobird IV - Djangly
    Cozart 8-string e-mando - El Ch(e)apo
    Lanikai LB6-S Banjolele (tuned GDAE) - Plinky and the Brane

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    Insane! That white Wegen in the middle of Sampler 1 is the pick that started it all. It has surely grown! That's too bad that some picks have been lifted, but all in all, a very honest bunch of great folks here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caleb View Post
    Insane! That white Wegen in the middle of Sampler 1 is the pick that started it all.
    And that's why it always sits front and center.

    You done a good thing, Cal.

    C. ~/:/~
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    Kentucky KM-270 - Not just for whisky
    Epiphone Mandobird IV - Djangly
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    I have received pick sampler #1 today! Just in time to bring it along to a mini jam with my teacher and a couple students and it was really fun to play a song, try a pick, and keep playing around, and Iím excited to keep digging into it for the next week or so! What a cool resource! Iím excited to keep playing around with them and then pass them on in another week or so!

    Edit: I mean to say I got it last night, I wrote this post last night and then mistakenly didnít post it till this morning, ha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caleb View Post
    Insane! That white Wegen in the middle of Sampler 1 is the pick that started it all. It has surely grown! That's too bad that some picks have been lifted, but all in all, a very honest bunch of great folks here.
    That Wegen was my favorite pick in both samplers. I started another thread to figure out what model and thickness it is in hopes of finding them. The Mando Shop is the only place I have found with one close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willem View Post
    That Wegen was my favorite pick in both samplers. I started another thread to figure out what model and thickness it is in hopes of finding them. The Mando Shop is the only place I have found with one close.
    I had two or three of them, still use one pretty regularly. I think I got them at Charley’s Guitar Shop in Dallas several years ago. You might give them a call if you’re still looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willem View Post
    That Wegen was my favorite pick in both samplers. I started another thread to figure out what model and thickness it is in hopes of finding them. The Mando Shop is the only place I have found with one close.
    Quote Originally Posted by Caleb View Post
    I had two or three of them, still use one pretty regularly. I think I got them at Charley’s Guitar Shop in Dallas several years ago. You might give them a call if you’re still looking.
    Willem,

    I've looked because like you I think it's a great pick and would like to have one, but I can't find that particular pick in stock online anywhere and don't even know the model. But, since I just had it in hand and picked it for a moment since I couldn't resist, it's pretty much an M100 with grip holes. I do prefer the thickness of an M150 as one of my personal top-three, but an M100 will get you really close to the pick of inception.

    C. ~/:/~
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    Kentucky KM-270 - Not just for whisky
    Epiphone Mandobird IV - Djangly
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    Lanikai LB6-S Banjolele (tuned GDAE) - Plinky and the Brane

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    I have the #2 sampler at the moment (I had #1 not long after it went on the road).
    No big surprises,and dollar for dollar, my Primetone grippy triangle is still my favorite. I'm adding my previous favorite, which I still like a lot, the Primetone Americana Triangle 3mm. I love the rounded feel of that one. I'll be sending the sampler along in a few days.
    I did notice that some picks are missing. If I were to lift one, it would be the Jimi Hendrix pick. It plays like any standard pick, but it's Jimi!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Busman View Post
    I did notice that some picks are missing.
    Not sure what this means because the updated inventory was typed up right before they got shipped out, but comparing the list to my picture above for confirmation I noticed I'd missed including the V-Pick Lite Freakishly Large, making it four V-Picks in Sampler #2. Easily one of the most recognizable picks in the bunch. Oops!

    C. ~/:/~
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    Flatiron 1N Pancake - Not just for breakfast
    Kentucky KM-270 - Not just for whisky
    Epiphone Mandobird IV - Djangly
    Cozart 8-string e-mando - El Ch(e)apo
    Lanikai LB6-S Banjolele (tuned GDAE) - Plinky and the Brane

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    I received pick sampler #2 today. I am looking forward to playing alot of mandolin. Thanks!
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    Sampler #1 is off on its merry way! I enjoyed it quite a bit and threw in some Dunlop jazz 3s in a few different materials I had lying around, thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annieka View Post
    Sampler #1 is off on its merry way! I enjoyed it quite a bit and threw in some Dunlop jazz 3s in a few different materials I had lying around, thanks guys!
    Pick sampler #1 was in my mailbox today! Awesome! SO many pics in there.... I'll be adding a Red Bear if my memory serves me as to where it is... maybe others too... Thank you! Peter. How do I know where to send it next?
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