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Herdim Small Sharp Teardrop Nylon Guitar Pick 132 Medium Red

Item# HDM_132
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Herdim Small Sharp Teardrop Nylon Guitar Pick. Dimple raised pattern in the center of the pick keeps the pick in your fingers! Crafted in Germany since 1960. Rock on.


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By Robert
Mount Barker, South Australia
Give it a try!
November 3, 2020
I first bought this pick out of curiosity and have since fallen in love with them. Yes they are quite a lot larger than the "small" description implies but most of the pick area has a textured surface to give a good non-slip grip. It all depends on how you hold the pick as to whether you will find it useful or not. I use it with my steel string acoustic guitars usually strung with Elixir Phosphor Bronze lights (12s). I bury most of the pick inside my finger/thumb hold which gives a good secure grip which I'm less likely to let slip out of my fingers than with some of their slippery brothers. I can easily adjust the length of the point to suit strumming or picking and am not in the least concerned about their 'uncool' look . . . after all . . . isn't playability and sound quality what it's all about. Don't be put off by negative reviews . . . give it a try . . . you only need to buy one of these LOVELY RED PICKS to decide for yourself.
  • Grip surface
  • Size
  • Flexibility
  • RED!!!
  • Unusual shape
  • Size
By J S.
Biggest picks I've ever seen
November 4, 2017
I'm not sure if I've ever reviewed a pick before, but after trying these out, I just have to talk about them. I tend to like thinner picks, and in recent years have preferred nylon material, but the last few months I have been experimenting with heavier Jazz III style picks. Because these are labeled "small sharp teardrop" I thought these might be a middle ground between the two. However, when I got them in the mail, I had to literally laugh out loud. Herdim might called them small teardrops, but they are comically huge picks. Twice the size of a normal size pick like a Herco Flex 50 and probably 3 times as large as a Jazz III. I've never seen anything like it before. The regular blue (non-sharp) Herdim teardrops are about the size of a regular pick with an elongated point, but these red sharp teardrops are absolutely gigantic. I tried playing with them but found to be pretty cumbersome for anything other than casual strumming on an acoustic. If you have Andre the Giant-sized hands and are in need of a bigger pick, the heavens have answered your prayers, and these Herdims are that answer. However, if you're a regular human being, these will probably be a little bit overkill in size to be truly useful. They're a pretty cool novelty pick nonetheless though.

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