Guitar Picks & Mandolin Picks
Hand Made in Nashville TN
BETTER TONE & MORE VOLUME
V-PICKS react to the temperature & moisture in your fingertips creating a secure grip. We call this Built-In Non-Slip Technology. No need to hold your pick with a death grip. Relax your hand, arm & fingers and let the pick do its job. Now you can enjoy playing & performing without concern over your plectrum.
If you are thinking about your pick while playing, then you are using the wrong pick. Your guitar pick or plectrum is that vital component that actually connects you to your beloved instrument. It is the link or nexus channeling the music within you to your strings & eventually to your listener’s ears, possibly making it the most important piece of equipment in your signal chain! These revolutionary guitar picks may be the missing links to help set free the music within YOU.
Vinni Smith, founder of V-PICKS Guitar Picks Inc. has been hand crafting guitar picks since 1980. Experimenting with many different materials, shapes and sizes, and finally choosing and settling in with one particular formula. Our guitar and mandolin pick designs are mainly created from listening to our customers. Sometimes pick models are accidents that turned out good. And some are just old familiar tools that have been handed down over the generations. We have traditional style guitar picks, small guitar picks and very large ones as well. Our plectrums range from .8mm with just a bit of flex all they way to 11.85mm thick! And remember, the thicker the pick, the bigger the tone. That’s a fact, Jack.
V-PICKS sport a very high profile clientel including such artists as Carlos Santana, Billy Gibbons, Brad Whitford, Phil Keaggy, Johnny Hiland, Vernon Reid, Derek St Holmes, Billy Sheehan, and even the late Walter Becker played V-PICKS. They play V-PICKS simply because they are the best guitar picks on the planet. If you ever meet one of them, just ask and they will tell you. Maybe it’s time YOU joined the group and become a V-PICKER.
“How I heard about V-PICKS:
I got together with an old buddy to jam. He said try this pick. I never put it down. Used it all night, took it home with me and got rid of my other picks. It changed how I play. He still asks, ‘Can I get my pick back?’
No way, man!”