1.5mm thick –
1 1/8″ long –
Some folks called and requested a pick that was just like the Chicken Picker except just a bit wider. More thumb grip. So, the V-PICKS Fusion guitar pick was born…
A good buddy of mine named Chris Bernard came up with the F-hole idea and the name.
Jazz III players will especially love this one. This pick is fantastic for all kinds of playing and all kinds of guitars. My Strat, Les Paul, PRS and 335 all sound and play amazing with this pick! It is small enough to tuck away in your knuckle or between your fingers and yet not as small as some of the jazz picks I have played with. It really does surprize me how GOOD this pick feels! The 1.5mm has a lot of snap and bite to the sound. Really a pretty flat EQ comes off this pick. It is an even and consistent sound and yet still has the very full spectrum that V-PICKS are known for. This Fusion guitar pick really is an excellent pick indeed, IMO.
The Sapphire Blue is just a knock out! Please know that V-PICKS are heat treated and then flame buffed. So, with this blue material, if you hold it up in the light, you will be able to see the heat marks from the flame. I like to call them “flame broiled”. I consider it to be the mojo in these guitar picks. This treatment, by the way, makes our picks last longer, slip over the string faster as well. It also give the edge a much better surface than a pick that is just cut or buffed on a buffer wheel as all other acrylic picks out there on the market. This is just one thing that makes V-PICKS Guitar Picks the best picks on this planet!
John’s email says it best,
A friend turned me onto your great picks; I’ve ordered and received two of the Fusion and one Saga.
I was previously a Fender 358 user-the little teardrop white ones-which are great.
I have to tell you that the Fusion has replaced them. In the couple of days I’ve used and gigged with them I’ve noticed
I’m able to articulate single notes with much more ease and chords are full sounding and dynamic.
Some people might think it’s just a guitar pick but I feel it’s now an essential part of my tone weaponry!
I’ve been playing professionally since 1987 and it’s the first pick I’ve ever felt like,”This is what I’ve been waiting for!”
Thanks, committed lifelong new user here.
“World Roots Guitar Magic”