Instant Gypsy Sound
Pros: Instant Gypsy Sound, Comfortable, Unbreakable
Cons: Maybe too thick for some
Wow! This pick is just plain amazing. If you can't afford a grypsy-style guitar, try one of these out. It'll add a good amount of warmth and volume to your acoustic flattop. I'd say you get about %25 of the way toward the gypsy tone. It's definitely worth it. The thickness is unfamiliar, but not hard to get used to. In fact, it's very comfortable. Give it a shot!
Submitted by: Nathan on 10/27/2012 11:11:31 AM
best pick ever!!
best pick I have ever used in my six years of playing guitar it didn't stick to the strings like other picks will, fits your fingers perfectly, and won't melt under high temp when you are shredding. Great for any style of acoustic guitar also works well on electric. This pick made me a better guitar player. The only bad thing is all the other picks you'll have to through out cuz you'll never use any other again. Get one!!
Submitted by: Andy on 05/21/2012 12:29:06 AM
Fatone - smooth!
I've been accustomed to working with the Wegen 3.5. Based on a recent jam, I got to try out the Fatone and recently purchased one for my own use. I love this pick - the tone is rich and the smoothness over rhythm playing is palpable; it's now my go-to pick for rhythm, and I do like the attack on lead playing as well - different than the 3.5, but feels really nice.
Submitted by: Paul on 04/10/2012 04:26:24 PM
Best Rhythm Pick
Amazing tone for rhythm playing. The Fatone is awesome, before it I had been playing mainly the gp250 which is another solid pick, but I can't put this one down down, the GP250 just feels small. Nice click on the strings, great control. It took a little bit of getting used to for single line runs, but I'm getting the hang of the behemoth. All in all, if you play mainly rhythm I would suggest it.
Submitted by: Nyk on 09/20/2011 02:32:05 PM
These are great! Loud and fat sounding!
Submitted by: noahfuture on 09/19/2011 08:56:19 AM