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Snarling Dogs Brain Picks, 12 Picks with Tin (Assorted Gauges)

 
5.0

(6 reviews)

SKU: STNSDB

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Add some bark and bite to your sound with Snarling Dogs Brain Picks!

Nylon Guitar Picks that are molded with textured gripping surfaces have grown in popularity over the years with many guitarists. Snarling Dogs Brain Picks with "Smart Grip" have moved the needle to a new level in the world of Nylon Picks. The molding process incorporates 256 microscopic pyramid shape points to create the best gripping surface available. These picks use the standard 351 shape and come with a handy tin for storage.

Brain Pick Gauges and Part No.
TNSDB351.53 - .53mm Green, 12 Picks with Tin
TNSDB351.60 - .60mm Purple, 12 Picks with Tin
TNSDB351.73 - .73mm Red, 12 Picks with Tin
TNSDB351.88 - .88mm Black, 12 Picks with Tin
TNSDB351 1.0 - 1.0mm Grey, 12 Picks with Tin
TNSDB351 1.14 - 1.14mm Orange, 12 Picks with Tin

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As Advertised. Really Good

5

How often does any product deliver on the promises that marketers make? I would have never purchased these had I not run upon a deeply discounted tin of the black (.88) picks. I always suspected Snarling Dogs was just adolescent heavy metal marketing. I am a finger picker who has been talked into learning to use a pick by my mentor. I never really liked them. When I agreed to learn I began to randomly experiment with many different styles of picks made with all sorts of material. This includes Blue Chip, Wegen, and Red Bear Trading Co. Now I am not about to sit here and tell you that these are the best picks I have ever used, but they are actually an extraordinary value. I feel that their claim of having the best grip around to be true. In addition, I feel that the heavier ones have the best tone by far of any pick in their price category. At the end of the day I still don't like picks and I prefer Wegen bluegrass and Red Bear to these. I will use my Wegen and Red Bear until I loose them or wear them out but I will probably be buying more heavy brain picks afterwards.

Gangsta Pat

Dallas, TX

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Excellent Picks

5

the surface texture is excellent. whether your sweating or your hands get oily it won't slip out of your fingertips. i use the red ones, i think it's is the 72mm. great for rythm. They are worth the money

jimmy migs

nj

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my favorite

5

Definitely my favorite pick. Rough surface makes it easy to grip, pick holds its shape and lasts a long time, and for me the most important part is the perfectly tapered edges. I hate non-tapered (square) edges, because you can hear the pick scraping along the string right before you pick (yes I'm a sloppy player). With these, you never get that nasty scrape, just a nice clean pick every time.

good snarling doggies

ny, ny

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There good

5

My whole band and I use the picks for practice and shows. We use the 1.14 (orange) they are great for palm muting and playing rock or metal. I have had experience with the green one and it is good for like slow stuff with chords and just long stokes and stuff like that i would not recomend it for picking though.

Guitar_playing_Hobo

San Antonio, TX

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This is my pick.

5

I have found my pick. I use a thin pick, and the 0.60mm is the one for me. Thin celluloid picks would always eventually break for me. These don't break, they wear. But I always lose them long before they wear out. I've been using these for a few years now, and I've never worn one out before I've lost it. For me, there is nothing else like this pick; I love it.

Scott O

Davie, FL

Best Guitar Picks I've Used.

5

"The memory grip on this pick is amazing. It realy feels like it's part of your fingers. When you're using this pick, tough, be sure to wash your hands because the grip material tends to collect dirt and that decreases it's gripping ability. The .88 pick is the one I like the best but alot of heavy shredding wears these picks down FAST. I guess that's their only down side. But over all, a very good pick. And it comes in a cool tin case(at least the ones I got from the store did.)"

Anonymous

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Brain Picks, 12 Picks with Tin (Assorted Gauges)

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Quantity 12
Other Features Smart Grip™
Model Brain Picks
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