Standard teardrop shape, extra heavy gauge, with hollow impression sculpted into the surfaces for thumb and index finger. Ergonometric design. Made in France.
The BEST GUITAR PICK
I have been playing guitar seriously for over 25 years and perform regularly in NYC . An essential part of the sound i have developed on acoustic and electric guitar is a result of adopting the BONE DUGAIN PICK . the way the pick works the strings when used with various attacks and strums is amazing . There is a rough almost STICKY quality to the sound that is unique and a pleasure . TRY IT . Djangobooks is the most reliable source and remember - Xmas and Hanakah are coming so you need an AFFORDABLE GUITAR TREAT!!!
Submitted by: jakeremi on 11/28/2011 05:05:26 AM
Dugain bone mediator
Pros: comfortable, to hold, secure while strumming, hard to drop
This is a review of the Dugain bone mediator. As with the other Dugain picks I have purchased, this pick was beautifully done. The basic difference between this pick and the other Dugain picks is the tone it imparts to the guitar. I found this pick to have a slightly less treble attack tone then an Agate Dugain, but still on the brighter side of neutral. As with other Dugain picks, this one felt very natural to hold. The consistancy from one Dugain pick to the next is exceptional, especially for a hand made pick. If you find that you are comfortable with such a pick, as I have found, you may then decide to find other Dugain picks used for different tones in your playing. While I have other heavy (3.mm)picks and an assortment of various other picks in different flexes and materials, such as most of us have, I have come to enjoy using the Dugain family of picks the most and it is my go-to pick for everything.
Submitted by: Stephen on 10/12/2011 04:23:43 AM
My favorite pick!
I've used several kind of Dugain picks. They are much more comfortable in the hand than Wegen picks, and more pointed for lead work. The bone picks are my favorite. They don't slip when my hands perspire, and they deliver a crisper sound than acrylic or ebony. They last for months, and they're easy to find when you drop one on stage.
Submitted by: gypsykat on 08/10/2011 10:26:09 AM