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The original 15mm 'Kepler' plectrums

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Let's simply put it this way, this is an extreme plectrum created for the adventurous player wishing to discover new horizons! The labour put into creating this pick is no joke, I need an hour of hard work to build one of them, this is currently one of the most technically demanding plectrum to build!

Exquisitely crafted and using a specially formulated high quality grade cell cast acrylic, all Hufschmid cast acrylic picks come with what is known as a 99% Mark free finish, this is the highest quality polishing method and is also the most costly because such a level of finish can only be obtained by hand polishing using various grits and progressively working your way down to the perfect finish.

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

My plectrums are much thicker than the norm. The idea is to minimise movement and increase the guitarist’s hand strength. Less effort is required to play, which is a relief to the player. As a result, he will have less cramping and tenseness, which is very useful for guitarists suffering from osteoarthritis, tendinitis or other muscular problems. Naturally, this is also very interesting for the adventurous guitarist who has none of these problems, because this bio-mechanical phenomenon can help him obtain more precision, strength and speed too!

Due to high demand and therefore a big workload, please allow 3 weeks from the time you place your order, till I actually start building your pick(s). An email containing a tracking number will then be sent to you once your order has shipped.


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40.00 EUR

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  • Image of The original 15mm 'Kepler' plectrums
  • Image of The original 15mm 'Kepler' plectrums
  • Image of The original 15mm 'Kepler' plectrums