Thumb Thing Special From Graph Tech
By HC News |
Graph Tech Introduces Thumb Thing Special
Graph Tech Guitar Labs, the world’s largest nut and saddle manufacturer is excited to announce the launch of their new line of TUSQ Thumb Picks at NAMM 2018.
TUSQ Picks have created a whole new category in guitar picks since their launch in 2013. With Graph Tech’s proprietary blends of TUSQ pick material, TUSQ picks are available in three distinctive tones, Bright, Warm and Deep and in three shapes and three gauges. The three tones add a whole new dimension to a player’s style and tone.
“I must admit, it’s pretty cool to have introduced a new concept in picks that really resonates with guitarists around the world. Since their introduction, we’ve had so many players asking ‘I love these picks, can you please make a thumb pick!’ Well, you don’t have to ask us a 1000 times! We spent a lot of time designing our new TUSQ Thumb Picks to feel nimble, articulate, and feel good as a thumb pick or flat picking.” Says Dave Dunwoodie, Graph Tech Guitar Labs Head Honcho.
TUSQ Thumb Picks come in packs of three and available in Three Tones and Two gauges and retail at $9.95 per three pack MSRP.
They are available, along with the TUSQ original picks and TUSQ pick display boxes from Graph Tech distributors around the world.
For more information visit www.graphtech.com
About Graph Tech Guitar Labs:
Founded in 1983 by President Dave Dunwoodie, Graph Tech Guitar Labs manufactures more guitar nuts and saddles than any other company in the world. Focused on innovations to improve guitar tone and vibration for optimal performance, Graph Tech is the maker of TUSQ®, TUSQ XL, Black TUSQ XL, String Saver, ResoMax, GHOST® Modular Pickup Systems, TUSQ Picks, Chops PrePlay, and more. The world’s leading retailers, luthiers, and guitar manufacturers choose Graph Tech products, including Taylor Guitars, Martin Guitars, Ovation, Cort, Carvin, Washburn, Fender Custom Shop, Godin, Ibanez, Samick, Schecter, Gibson, and Yamaha custom shop. Graph Tech has over 45 patents and trademarks around the world.