The Blue Chip is an awesome pick for what ever instrument you want to play.

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I’ve been using the same pick for many, many years now. I tried tortoise shell at one time and it didn’t work for me. I have now found a pick that’s more what I’m used to as far as tone, fell, size and the no wear is great. I’m using the TD40 and I recommend it highly.

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  • Band: The Larry Stephenson Band
  • Website: Website
  • Instrument: mandolin
  • Awards: 4 time SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year
Love the picks. They have no pick noise, are fast off the strings, and the lack of wear is UNREAL!

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  • Band: Rhonda Vincent
  • Website: Website
  • Instrument: Mandolin
  • Awards: Recorded Event of The Year – Clinch Mountain Country, 1999, Recorded Event of the Year, 2001, rtainer of the Year 2001, Recorded Event of the Year – Livin’, Lovin’, Losin’ – The Songs of the Louvin Brothers, 2004, Song of the Year – Kentucky Borderline, 2004, Female Vocalist of the Year, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006,
It’s better than tortoise, extremely fast and has great tone.

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  • Band: Kenny and Amanda Smith Band
  • Website: Website
  • Instrument: Guitar
  • Awards: 2 time IBMA Guitar Player of the Year
As a luthier, I’m always searching for ways to get the most out of my instruments. Usually it’s a new technique I’ll use during construction or finishing. This time, it’s the Blue Chip pick!

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  • Band: Dudenbostel Stringed Instruments
  • Website: Website
  • Instrument: Various