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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I am a 67 year old 50 year plus guitarist that had almost given up on ever being able to hold a pick properly again due to my arthritis. My pick would roll itself into the hole between my thumb and index finger, obviously rendering it useless.
I finally found Pick Honey through Google, and it works well - I would have given it 5 stars, but it would need to be a little more sticky.
I am hoping that it will help me retrain my "pick grip", but as of now, I am able to play guitar again without the aggravation of having to spin the pick around every 2 minutes.
Thank you Gorilla Snot! I have already started recommending you to my friends!
Jim in Cornwall
Haven't used it yet, but have been using original Gorilla Snot for many years and really like it.
As a new player I was about to try duct tape. Works great and not at all unpleasant to use. Thanks
I've been playing guitar for a little over a year and have tried many different pick styles (thumb picks, Snake Picks, ribbed picks, drilled holes in picks, oversized picks, round picks that look like the cap off a milk jug); I often drop every one. Pick Honey is sticky; after 10 days, I haven't dropped a pick yet. The only thing that would make Pick Honey perfect, is if it stuck to the pick but not your fingers. You'll need to wipe it off, and it's not water soluable, so you'll need a rag of some kind.
I have a weakened thumb/index grip due to carpal tunnel. Pick Honey is magical and lets me play as hard, fast, slow, soft as I want.
I use Honey Pick for acoustic electric guitar, electric mandolin, and baritone ukulele. (For uke in particular, I use a small, very light pick that's hard to hang on to at times). I need the confidence, when fast strumming, that my pick isn't going to start slipping, or (even worse) suddenly disappear floorwards. Wouldn't be without Honey Pick / Gorilla Snot!
I've actually used this product for several years. My advice is "A little dab will do ya!" You want just enough to secure your pick to thumb and forefinger. Unless I wash my hands during breaks, one application lasts a whole evening of playing for me!
Much better than the old Snot.
Well the older I have gotten skin is slick the honey sure help me from losing my pick but help with lose of finger grip thanks great product.