Thread: Slippery picks!
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Old 01-08-2020, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by 619TF View Post
Not really. It just means you've changed your relationship with that old pick. Same pick, different feel (as in you don't keep having it slip). When you go into a store to buy new picks you're still asking for the old model and then you are altering it ever so slightly after the purchase of the same pick....no change of the pick itself.
That would be correct, depending on how and with what, you altered it. Adding thickness would change the pick. Of course there are other ways of altering it that wouldn't, but my post was addressing, albeit not clearly, adding any mass to the pick.
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