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DIAMOND-LIKE CARBON COATED GUITAR PICKS MADE IN CLEVELAND, OH – USA
Rock Hard picks are scientifically engineered with a combination of precision metal-finishing and diamond nanotechnology. Picks are manufactured from high-grade stainless steel, electro-polished and then vacuum coated with a layer of chemical vapor deposited (CVD) diamond-like carbon (DLC).
HAND SPECIFIC PICKS
Optimized specifically for left and right handed playing
CHOOSE FROM A VARIETY OF RAD STYLES TO FIT YOUR SHREDDING NEEDS
Each strikingly beautiful pick is coated with DLC – a MILITARY GRADE protective permanent dry lubricant more slippery than Teflon that will last a lifetime.
MUSICIANS WE ARE PROUD TO SAY SHRED AND ENDORSE ROCK HARD
Rock Hard Picks are an industry game changer. This company has breakthrough technology that reduces friction on strings, which means you can speed pick like a monster, and they are healthier for your string life. Because the pick is metallic, each note has a bold and distinct attack, and since I’m playing Brianna May in The Killer Queens, it helps me get that complex sound of a six pence that Brian May used. These picks nail the saying, “Work smarter, not harder.
We have been using Rock Hard Picks exclusively for our last two shows and we couldn’t be happier with them. Never going back to plastic again.
“Gotta pick up a RockHard pick…it kicks ass!!!”
“How Bad-as$ is THIS?! Get the word out!”
“I won’t use any other pick after turning me onto Rock Hard.”
“After trying out my Rock Hard pick, I feel compelled to never return to a nylon pick again. The tones on my acoustic as well as electric sound crisper and more natural than ever before. I’ve used other metallic picks in the past but, this is different; it’s hard to put into words but, the pick has this sort of unbendable, non-negotiable control over the strings. It is literary ‘rock-hard’. Besides the better tone (which is really the ultimate deciding factor) the pick give you a feeling of having better control over the strings. So glad I discovered you… Thank you Rock Hard!!!”