Did you know that V-Picks makes Slides as well???

Discussion in 'Builder's & Retailer's Forum' started by Vinni Smith, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. Vinni Smith

    Vinni Smith Member

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    Check out this letter I just got from a customer this morning....

    Hello, Nancy: I received the package yesterday. I couldn't believe it arrived so quickly. I was amazed and impressed. Thank you! I really appreciate your efforts. I am a repeat customer. In fact, since I first tried V-Picks, I haven't used any other pick since. Hands down, V-Picks are the best and have greatly improved my guitar playing. I would never have thought a pick could be improved and actually make such a difference. I also bought one of your new thick guitar slides. I had purchased one of the thinner ones back when I placed my first order. It just couldn't perform as well as my glass slides. This one, however, gives all my other slides some serious competition. I get great tone with it, but without the "clang" of brass or glass against steel strings, as it is much more "forgiving." Most slide players have a sort of fetish for new and improved slides. In my opinion, all slide players should have this slide in their collection. It's light, fast, produces great tone, and is more quiet than other materials. It is also very comfortable and seems to become a part of my finger. I would like to round off one of the ends to facilitate easier travel over the strings. Can you recommend a material, such as emory cloth, that I can use to do this? I just prefer a slide with this feature. But I really do like it. I'm very impressed. Please let Vinnie know that he scored BIG with this one, and that I said, "thank you." By the way, I recommend V-Picks to every guitarist I talk to. There is nothing out there like V-Picks. The thick ones are amazing. And to think I used to like little Tortex mandolin picks. What was I thinking?!
    Peace and good health to you both from one very happy customer.
    Best regards,
    Adam B.

    http://v-picks.com/productdetails.php?q=139&page=accessories

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  2. muddy

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    oh yeah, the slide with THE widest sweet spot on the planet, & that's comin' from a beck-style, bird finger player...


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  3. Loni Specter

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    Gotta try one of those bro!
     
  4. muddy

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    mine is actually a short & WIDE one, so i can basically stick my finger inside & push/pull the slide up & down the neck with the tip of my finger, making it a VERY precise affair, as well as ergonomically responsive/sensitive. also makes it uber-accurate...


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  5. vangit

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    That's what I'm talkin' bout! I've been needing a slide. Didn't know the V-man made slides! Nice Vin!
     

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