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If you hold your pick in your right hand,and on the down stroke the bottom and the edge facing the headstock is striking the string, that would be a right hand beveled pick.
Vice versa, if you hold your pick in your left hand,and on the down stroke the bottom and the edge facing the headstock is striking the string, that would be a left hand beveled pick.
While we are musicians and have used various picks, we have not used/seen every pick available. Also manufacturers release new pick designs all the time. We have devised a method using an american coin(a quarter) to allow you to judge the relative size of our picks. We will soon be updating this with a ruler to help our international customers.
If you go back to our store, find the pick that closely resembles yours, (which would be in product categories), then click on the button (see 2 more pictures) you can then compare the pictures of picks with quarters lying on top of them and then compare your pick with the same coin. You should be able to judge pick size from that.
You can reshape the material by standard methods. Sandpaper can be used. We would suggest starting out with 220 and then 400 and then 600 and 1000. The black wet and dry sandpaper works the best, if you use it with a steady stream of water that will keep the paper clean. Be advised that this material is difficult to shape.
We recommend that you not go any thinner than .035″(35 thousandths) or .85mm.
Remember that any modification of the pick will void our 30 day guarantee.