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NEW: Limited Edition polished 'APOLLO ERGO ANVIL' plectrum !

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Economy of motion + more playing strength = less playing effort !

This pick is the result of an hour and 30mn of work, crafted from the material which was used for creating the primary component of the gold-plated lunar extravehicular visor assembly, the iconic gold-film visor portion of the Apollo space-suits worn by Apollo astronauts during their lunar excursions - Polysulfone !

I originally designed this 10mm thick plectrum for the customers suffering from arthritis, this giant pick helps release muscle tension.

This material is an advanced polymer which has a very low coefficient of friction and offers excellent frictional behaviour and superior wear resistance !

Again, this is not magic - it's science.

Hard enough to stand up to steel strings, tough enough to take serious punishment from modern players, and with amazing glide over the strings thanks to the super-slick surface. Those who own one will have a pick that is one of a kind, and has properties not likely to be found in any other plectrum.

This material is extremely difficult to shape and polish, the result is an effort of intense labour !

This material is the perfect in-between when comparing it to the hard surface materials I am using such as 'Acrylic' and 'Polycarbonate' VS 'UHMWPE' and 'HUFTECH' which are fibers.

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