The original Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) plectrums
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Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) is an advanced thermoplastic polymer in the polyaryletherketone (PAEK) family, used in engineering applications. The specific variety of PEEK I am using (Ketron® 1000) for building your favourite plectrums offers excellent frictional behaviour and superior wear resistance and of course a fantastic grip. These plectrums are EXTREMELY difficult to build, I need 2 hours to build one of them. I was the first to introduce this material for building plectrums back in 2011!
Comes with high gloss bevels and satin contact surfaces for the perfect grip!
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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!
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