Rough Eye Ring Pick – On Sale NOW!

I’m now selling the brass version of the ring pick. These guitar picks are made from .020″ brass, they’re unbreakable, can’t be worn out and are really hard to lose when they’re on your finger.

The Rough Eye Ring Pick Brass can be purchased here.

These guitar picks are lightning fast, Better than any fingerpick or thumbpick on the market. The brass can be fully adjusted to your finger size and all every one of our guitar picks is hand-made.

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One Response to Rough Eye Ring Pick – On Sale NOW!

  1. Alana says:

    Your exposure to music thoery with the clarinet is certainly a boost you’ll need because guitar playing is all about music as well.Your hands will be busy learning chords and the fretboard, but unlike the clarinet, the tips of your left fingers will be your first hurdle to overcome. If you can work past the extreme soreness and tenderness then you can be on the way to playing the guitar. Only with an acute sense of motivation and will power do guitarists succeed and continue.I strongly recommend another friend, relative, or guitar instructor to assist you one-on-one to learn the variable chord positions and how to form them. Also, pick up Hal Leonard’s Guitar Method #1 for beginners. Inside is music thoery as will be applied to the guitar, but also there are instructions on how to tune and play it.I learned when I was 16 years ago, celebrating my 51st anniversary of playing this month. If you are serious about learning to play you will do it, but please know expertise does not come in the first week or even in the first year. You must practice, study, and apply yourself to reach that point that many guitarists have attained.You’ve taken the first crucial step in learning, and that is getting an acoustic guitar. Unless you have a perfect, pitched ear, you will have to learn how to tune the instrument via several means: the piano, a pitchpipe, or an LED tuner, and last, by frets on the fretboard. The Hal Leonard book #1 will explain that to you.Take your time, practice slowly, and continue to tell yourself that the pained and hurting fingertips will eventually thicken up into calluses for you.