Black Mountain Thumb Pick - Medium Gauge

£5.95

The Black Mountain Pick is built for musicians who enjoy playing with their fingers (fingerstyle) but also enjoy playing with a pick (flatpicking). Players love the Black Mountain Pick because it feels like a regular pick, but it also feels like a traditional thumb pick. One size fits all. Medium Gauge are grey and black.

Full description

Description

Play the Way You Want To! 

  • Use your fingers . . . use a pick . . . switch between your fingers and a pick whenever you feel the urge!
  • 1 mm Nylon pick with bevelled edges. Very fast!
  • Tapered Thumb Ring fits medium, large and XL, right handed thumbs. Very comfortable!
  • Combine your fingerpicking and flatpicking into your own unique musical expression!

First Pick in the World to Use a Spring!


This patented new technology offers several advantages over traditional thumb picks.

1) The spring allows the pick to be flexible so it feels like a regular flat pick

2) The spring clamps the thumb ring around the player's thumb creating a perfect balance between comfort and stability.

BUILT FOR PERFORMANCE WHETHER YOU'RE A BEGINNER OR A PRO!!!

Specification

Accessory Type
Thumb Picks
Instrument Suitability
Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Ukulele, Bouzouki, Octave Mandola,
Number of Strings
N/A

Customer reviews

4.9 / 5
8 reviews for Black Mountain Thumb Pick - Medium Gauge
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robert kay
17/06/2022
pleased with purchase
Rated 5 out of 5
Ged Conway
11/06/2022
Would be better if the thumb grip surface was less slippery
Rated 4 out of 5
Gareth Patten
05/05/2022
Excellent product from Black Mountain as usual
Rated 5 out of 5
Antony Bayley
26/04/2022
Comfortable and works well.
Rated 5 out of 5
Peter Owen
22/04/2022
Thought I would give them a try ! I have used them for a few hrs and so far they have been impressive. They are well made and fit very nicely. This can be adjusted, there are videos online showing how. They are more expensive than regular picks but they offer more flexibility (imho). Give them a try, what have you got to lose.
Rated 5 out of 5