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PICK HONEY Guitar Pick Grip by Gorilla Snot

  • PICK HONEY Guitar Pick Grip is a guitar pick grip enhancer designed especially for guitarists, banjo players and pickers of all types.  PICK HONEY helps you hang on to your guitar pick even when your hands are bone dry or slick with sweat!  PICK HONEY helps reduce hand fatigue so you can play all night long!  PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA FOR OVER 25 YEARS!     PICK HONEY by GORILLA SNOT... IT'S WHAT THE PROS USE!
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PICK HONEY Guitar Pick Grip is a guitar pick grip enhancer designed especially for guitarists, banjo players and pickers of all types.

PICK HONEY helps you hang on to your guitar pick even when your hands are bone dry or slick with sweat!

PICK HONEY helps reduce hand fatigue so you can play all night long!

PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA FOR OVER 25 YEARS!     PICK HONEY by GORILLA SNOT... IT'S WHAT THE PROS USE!


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  1. A little dab will do ya...

    Posted by Terry Cooper on 31st Mar 2014

    I like the tone and control of a heavy pick. However, sometimes it has a tendency to rotate between my fingers during solos. Rhythm parts are best played with a looser grip. In both cases, the subtle tackiness of Pick Honey provides just enough adhesion to prevent losing control of the pick.


  2. Cool Grip

    Posted by ricky sanchez on 25th Mar 2014

    This a great stuff.I use to have a problem to hold a pick before, but not anymore.It also improve my guitar playing.


  3. No more dropped picks.

    Posted by Thomas Salamone on 19th Feb 2014

    This stuff is fabulous. Picks used to slide in
    my fingers but NO more. The Gorilla Pic Grip
    is the best. I will use it every time I grab
    my guitar. My hat is off to you guys.


  4. A cashier's friend

    Posted by nathanael on 17th Feb 2014

    I don't feel I need this product as a guitarist. As a cashier, it was a very helpful aid to open those slippery plastic bags and for sliding paper money off the top of the stack, one at a time. Just as I got the chance to use it, I lost the job for being a minute late... It's their loss because my productivity was about to grow like crazy ;-) I guess now I'll be experimenting with using the product for it's intended use.


  5. It does exactly what it's meant to do!!!

    Posted by Mike D. on 9th Dec 2013

    I've always had trouble holding onto picks. The muscles in my thumb always got tired from holding it too hard. Just take a little dab of this, put it on the pick, and no more worries. Once you put your pick in your hand it stays put. What a great feeling. I had a bottle a few years ago and my ex-drummer walked off with it. This stuff works too good to be without it. Try it and you'll see what I'm talking about about/


  6. what a difference!!

    Posted by Allen Sims on 2nd Dec 2013

    I have parkensons desease. My right hand and arm is hard to control.I could not hold on to A pick. With gorilla snot I am able to play a whole lot better. I can hold the pick with know problem.


  7. Makes a good job

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Sep 2013

    Needed something to make my banjopick stay on fingers. Found Gorilla Snot! ;-) It makes a good job and not needing much make it last long.


  8. Makes the pick stick

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Aug 2013

    Loosen your grip without loosing your pick. Works great, just a little dab will do ya'


  9. 73 year old can hold his pick again

    Posted by Gary on 17th Aug 2013

    Thanks for making a superb product that allows the elders continue making music again.


  10. A surprising product

    Posted by Don Munson on 12th Aug 2013

    I have always used the little "jazz" picks. I really like the feel and "feedback" that they deliver. But after playing for an hour or so, it got to be an effort just to hold onto them. Once I discovered Gorilla Snot the problem was solved.
    Here's a hint that I guess most people already know. Put a little of this stuff on one side of your pick and let it dry for a day or so. I keep a series of ten or twelve picks in rotation that way, so at least a couple are always ready for action.


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