McPherson Guitar Picks

(2 customer reviews)


McPherson Triple Tip Pro Picks. Our picks have 3 different tips, (fine, medium, and round) for 3 distinct sounds. It’s like getting 3 picks in one. Each pack contains 12 picks of the same thickness/color.


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.50 mm Red, .60 mm Orange, .73 mm Yellow, .88 mm Green, 1.0 mm Blue, 1.14 mm Purple

2 reviews for McPherson Guitar Picks

  1. Duncan McPherson (no relation)

    I’m 31 and have been playing guitar since I was 8-9. I’ve attended Berklee College of Music and have a lot of experience with a lot of different guitar picks.

    I refuse to play without a blue 1.0mm McPherson pick.

    Okay, obviously, I’m kidding. I wouldn’t refuse to play. I’d play guitar with a quarter, or dime, or paperclip, or anything that would even remotely work, if I had to. But on the other hand…

    If I had the freedom at any moment to choose any pick to play with, out of all of the infinite kinds of picks I’ve ever used throughout almost 25 years of playing guitar, I’d choose McPherson Triple Tip Pro Picks every time.

    The three, differently shaped tips on every pick offer full spectrum domination of tone and feel for extreme versatility in whatever style you want to play, and the hole in the center of the pick allows for maximum grip and effortless command and control. Pick your favorite thickness, and you’ll never look back.

    I honestly feel like McPherson picks are nothing short of a secret weapon, when it comes to guitar playing. They should be an essential component of every guitar arsenal. I hereby endorse Triple Tip Pro Pick proliferation.

    And to top it off, they are very durable and last a really, really long time.

    There’s no question about it, McPherson picks are the best available.

    If it’s not McPherson, it doesn’t even matter what it is.

  2. Dustin Geurts

    I’m a novice who loves the control feeling of playing and plucking with bare fingers. Every pick I’ve tried has lead me back to my fingers. I tried the McPherson and thought, “this isn’t so bad”. I still prefer my fingers but have slowly been practicing hybrid picking with the McPick. And I finally don’t hate picking.

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