I ordered a custom one from Stone Age picks. Fender triangle pick with 3 SHARP points. Here is the making of it. I think it is quite cool. I got to pick the particular stone it was being made from also. , ,
I have a variety of agate picks from over the years. Most were acquired from Picks&Stones but, alas, he has shut down production.
I used to have a really nice stone pick. Tiger's Eye.
Until, some jack hole ripped me off at one of my BBQ's.
Friends would come by and hang, jam a bit...I should have known better.
And that's we can't have nice things lying about.
Stone Age picks. Thanks for the heads up riffy.
To anyone who finds these slippery to hold, I recommend Monster Grips. The textured silicone dots adhere very well and the grip improves markedly. The dots stick well, but will lift off again with a fingernail or knifeblade underneath. I haven't had one come loose yet, at all. With severe arthritis, I find them a must have for my lousy grip nowadays.
Dugain make them in a huge range of materials: various stones, glass, metals and woods, with a well thought out finger grip on the reverse.
Has anyone here tried a stone pick with flatwounds?