Chicken Picks

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  1. PLAYLOUD

    PLAYLOUD Member

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    So after 20 years playing the Clayton 1.52mm pick, I've found what I consider a better option. The new Chicken Picks are great! They make 3 different models each with different thickness. I've been using their Standard tear drop shape, 2.2mm.

    They are very hard but because of the material they glide over the strings helping keep my right hand relaxed. To my ears, I don't hear any "chirp" sounds that some picks produce. Even though they are extremely hard, they have a soft attack.

    We are looking to open dealers here in the US, if interested please let me know.

    Check'em out at www.chickenpicks.com
     
  2. Telecasterguy

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    I use them too, but I think they have new models.
    I like the Badazz picks, because they are more like the Jazz III which I used for years.

    They feel very comfortable and last longer IMO.

    Do they have dealers in the US yet ?
     
  3. PLAYLOUD

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    Yes, first dealer is Prymaxe Vintage
     
  4. Telecasterguy

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    Great...!

    They have a nice website, but I didn't see any of those Chickenpicks yet.
    Will check it later
     
  5. scolfax

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    Just ordered a couple of the Jazz-style ones. Anyone Jazz III players try these yet?

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  6. samtheman

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    I´m using Bad Ass III 2.0 now, can´t go back to Dunlop ULTEX Jazz III

    /sam
     
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