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"Outstanding, a pick for life"

Hufschmid Guitars 6mm TORLON® 4203 plectrumPublished on 07/21/21 at 09:27
I am fortunate to have a lot of different picks Patrick made, and all of them are both interesting and amazing for many reasons.

Recently I got a TORLON Mega Jazz with brushed surfaces and it is nothing but excellent. First of all, the finish quality is incredible : the bevels, polishing, brushing, whatever option you want, everything is perfect. It's actually hard to believe these are handmade.

The TORLON is by far the most exceptional material for a pick that I had the opportunity to play. It feels light in the hand despite its size, and it seems completely unbendable. the brushed surfaces are a nice addition to this one. I am a very hard picker, and this one has the perfect,......
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I am fortunate to have a lot of different picks Patrick made, and all of them are both interesting and amazing for many reasons.

Recently I got a TORLON Mega Jazz with brushed surfaces and it is nothing but excellent. First of all, the finish quality is incredible : the bevels, polishing, brushing, whatever option you want, everything is perfect. It's actually hard to believe these are handmade.

The TORLON is by far the most exceptional material for a pick that I had the opportunity to play. It feels light in the hand despite its size, and it seems completely unbendable. the brushed surfaces are a nice addition to this one. I am a very hard picker, and this one has the perfect, accurate response I was looking for! It's tough enough to last years of hard use and agressive playing, truly a must-have for any technical metal player, but not only! Bright attack, full sound, no unpleasant "tick", I will definitely use this one as my go-to pick for recording purposes.

All the picks Patrick builds are great helpers with your playing technique. They make everything feel easier, more obvious than regular picks. By allowing you to put less effort when you attack, you feel more relaxed, even when playing for hours. Everyone should try them at least once.

Congrats Patrick for being that great inventor, plagiarized since 2009, but never ever duplicated.
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  • Manufacturer: Hufschmid Guitars
  • Model: 6mm TORLON® 4203 plectrum
  • Category: Guitar Picks/Plectrums
  • Added in our database on: 07/21/2021

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Other names: 6mmtorlon 4203 plectrum, 6mmtorlon4203plectrum, 6 mm torlon 4203 plectrum, 6 mmtorlon4203 plectrum, 6mm torlon4203 plectrum, 6mm torlon 4203plectrum

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