Csaba Farkas

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*FREE SHIPPING* Jim Dunlop Delrin Guitar Picks / P&hellip by Jim Dunlop
5.0 out of 5 stars Hard and soft, 18 Dec 2011
I'd been looking for the right pick for quite a while, decided to give these a try after watching tons of Greg Hilden's youtube videos and accidentally checking his gear list. Here you go:[...]

Heavy handed and clumsy as I am, the tiny pointy green Tortex plectrum that my teacher recommended proved to be useless for me, it kept disappearing in my grip, the chords sounded horrible. I realised that larger picks are the way to go, but never considered a 2mm monster until I saw Greg's channel. Delrin is hard and shiny plastic, it accentuates the attack on the strings but - here's the surprise element - gives an amazingly full and rounded tone to the notes. Highs are chimey, mids are… Read more
Elan form Chrome Iphone 4G [Electronics] by Griffin Technology
5.0 out of 5 stars Touch of luxury, 18 Dec 2011
Fits like a glove, looks and FEELS great. I thought the colour would be more on the graphite/anthracite side, it is a tad lighter shade, but looks fab all the same, and has a soft, warm, textured feel to it. Superb grip, none of the gluey feel of the average silicone prophylactic lint magnets. Amazingly, after months of daily use, it looks absolutely mint! No scuff marks or rubbing.
Gives easy access to control buttons yet enough protection. Knock on wood, I had no chance to put it through the drop test, thanks to the secure grip. Great item, no second thoughts, it will stay on my iPhone forever. Problem solved.
Gibson Les Paul Manual: How to Buy, Maintain and S&hellip by Paul Balmer
5.0 out of 5 stars Thorough as can be, 18 Dec 2011
This guy is clearly in love with his Les Paul, indeed he lugubriously covets any guitar with that shape. Makes you want to fondle your axe, which is not a bad thing, given that the guitar is such a tactile instrument. Very useful book for the LP player, albeit not as systematic in mustering the variations of the Les Paul as I expected. His two cents about setup and maintenance alone are well worth the price.

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