Thursday, March 12, 2015

Pick Geek Guitar & Bass Pick Set Review

The boys got ukuleles for Easter a few years ago. Are they masters at playing them? Not yet. They are practicing. 

Dad is holding Isaak's ukulele here.
 

I just got Pick Geek Guitar and Bass Pick Set to review. They can work on Ukuleles as well.

First of all they have such great branding. The box, canisters, and picks are so fun!



I like that each pick has a different weight. The boys will use the ones with less weight for now. There is: Thin, Medium, Heavy, & Xtra Heavy. The heavy and xtra heavy are used more for a bass, or an acoustic guitar because they have thicker strings. The thin and medium are more for when you want to play a guitar quietly, and I'm sure the boys will use these kind for their ukuleles because the strings are thinner.



The different colors make playing a string instrument fun to!


Pick Geek Cube - 32 Assorted Cool Custom Guitar Picks for your Electric, Acoustic or Bass Guitar - Celluloid & Delrin (Tortex) - Light, Medium, Heavy - Presented In Two Uniquely Designed Metal Pocket Boxes - for Girls & Guys - A Perfect Gift - Guaranteed.
 
Our boys are getting them for Easter this year. The Easter Bunny is stealing these from me to put in plastic eggs. The picks will be part of our scavenger hunt.

The unique circular 'click-clack' boxes fit easily into any pocket or guitar case, and are opened by pressing on the center of the lid (click!), and then closed by squeezing gently on the sides (clack!).


Quality is assured by hand packing each container, and then adding a five year, no hassles replacement guarantee. And as if that wasn't enough, the pick boxes are being shipped in a FREE Kraft cube gift box, offering a bit of flare and making it an easy purchase for gifting.


A practical gift for any guitar, bass, or in my boy's case ukulele players.


Cost: $29.99, but they are on sale for $15.99!


Have you ever played an instrument?

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7 comments:

Ai Sakura said...

Woah that's a wide range of variety in just one box! What effects do the different pick weights have on the instrument?

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

alissa apel said...

The heavy and xtra heavy are used more for a bass, or an acoustic guitar because they have thicker strings. The thin and medium are more for when you want to play a guitar quietly, and I'm sure the boys will use these kind for their ukuleles because the strings are thinner.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Those are so cool! Mariah got a guitar for Christmas. I might get her some of these for her Easter basket this year!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

What cool picks. You got a huge variety. I didn't know they came in different weights.

mail4rosey said...

My daughter played clarinet for years. She gave it up and did nothing with music for a year. Right around Christmas time she started playing guitar at a friend's house...she got one for a gift and now she's making songs up on her own (they're good). She has a few picks she really likes, in fact that's the first thing she looks for in a souvenir now if we're out and about. I bet she'd like these!

~ Noelle said...

That would be an awesome gift to give someone... I used to try and collect picks when we went to concerts... kinda fun :)

Masshole Mommy said...

I played the clarinet for a while in school, but I have always been lacking in the musical talent department.

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