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V-Picks Screamer 2.75mm (one pick), SGP

V-Picks Screamer 2.75mm (one pick), SGP
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By Doug F.
Blown away by Screamer
February 23, 2013
Ok, so it is by far the most expensive pick I ever bought. I've been using Max Grip .72 Dunlops for years because I like some flexibilty for strumming, but still want something solid for single notes. The Screamer is large, with no flex and I LOVE it. Super comfortable as soon as I picked it up and sounds great for strumming and popping lead. I also do a finger picking thing where I still use the pick for bottom strings and middle, index, pinky for treble strings and the V pick is a natural fit. As advertised there is a little natural stickiness that makes it feel even more secure. As I read the other reviews, I can see it is not for everybody, but it is now my favorite and I recommend you try it.
By Mark T.
v-pick screamer 2.75
March 22, 2011
I like larger picks, and this is larger and very pointed. Sounds okay and is pretty comfortable for such a fat pick. I use it a lot, but I need to get my money's worth out of it. I forgot to give the other 1.75 v-pick 2 stars also.
By Steve R.
V Picks
January 24, 2011
I've been using V Picks for a while and really like them. Lately it seems that they have been wearing out faster than they used to did they change formulas? Before, they used to last longer. They're getting more expensive now because they wear out faster! Just my thoughts
By Dan W.
V-Pick ''Screamer''
November 11, 2010
I really felt silly ordering a pick that cost this much but the curiosity was killing me. I was really surprised the difference this made in the tone! It gives it a much brighter chime than it did before and really like it! It takes some getting used to and at first you find yourself missing strings you attempt to strum due to the beveled edge, but once you get used to it, a real nice change for the better in the tone of the guitar. Doubt if I'll try another one as I'm sold on the "Screamer."
By Steve P.
Not sold on this pick
September 7, 2010
I've been trying it on and off for the past 2 weeks and I'm not impressed with this pick. I like to shred but this pick doesn't work for me. The plastic edges don't seem to release cleanly for me and it definitely impacts my tone negatively. It's a lot of money for a single pick (yes, you only get one) and the result was less than good. There are better values for your money out there.
By Dan
September 1, 2010
Like a sucker I fell for the high-priced, gourmet pick. It's supposed to sound better and last longer and be hard to lose your grip on and make you smarter...and whatever.
Guess what. The Screamer screams. Try one. You'll love it.
By Kevin O.
May 23, 2010
I have played guitar for many years and the V-pick is the best pick I have ever used and I have used countless brands. This pick is great for shredding and any other style you play and they have a great assortment of picks to choose from. I have not touched another pick and Its been 3 weeks. Great product.
By Michael M.
April 12, 2010
Great product. True to the advertisement it is worth what it costs! Comfortable grip. Produces a nice clean sound!
Endorsed by Joshua Craig

This guitar pick is very, very popular! It's a fantastic pick that works for all styles. This pick will knock you out! The all-in-one V-Pick. We recommend this plectrum as an intro to our line. Longer bevel creates sharp attack, brighter tone & more volume. There's some fast action in this pick!

The Screamer has very bright highs and a big low end as well. The mids are not as strong as the other V-Picks due to the bevel design, so this pick actually gives you a mid-range scoop! Most players will really like this pick from the start. Has that wonderful gripping effect. A lot of players never get the chance to try other V-Picks after ordering this one because they are so happy with the Screamer.

2.75mm thick.
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