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"This is where I really love the SikPiks - straight away I used the 75degree picks and started shredding (jazz shred lol) no problems at all - they are especially great for Gambale style economy picking.

They are a very well designed and engineered pick Frank - kudos.

 Jon R., Australia

 

 

 

Hey Frank,

The picks arrived today.
 
Big surprise, wonderful objects, a really clever and functional idea.
 
I really like them, they felt so natural on my hands right after 10 seconds of playing.

 

The D75, it's almost like it was custom made for my hand.
 
I got a big problem now, what to do with my "other" picks? ;-)
 
Ciao from happy guitarist,
Fabiano B., Italy
 
 
 
Good evening (in Germany ;)) 
Mr. Whetstine, I have to say that i Play The Sik
pik about 1 1/2 years, now! And its just awesome! Thank you very much for these
masterpieces! "Play on the Edge" Thats so true!
Andre E. Germany
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Sale - each set of 4 piks, now $10 (free shipping anywhere).

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Sorry, I am working on it!

Some have gotten an "Error" message when completing purchases. If so, please email me and we can finish our transaction via email at frank@sikpik.com. I'm very sorry for any difficulty. 

Thank you for your interest and your patience!

Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.

Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/innovation.html#WKpPzXj2pXgEUJAQ.9 This device comes from another dimension. A disruptive technology, placed here to change the way fretted instruments are played. At a fundamental level.

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”, Buckminster Fuller, neo-futuristic architect, and inventor.


Twist the pik, not your wrist

"Take your pick. Hold it sideways, at a right angle to the strings (90 degrees) and pluck.

It moves increadably easily and there is no pick noise.

This is the Sik Pik concept."

 

 

Sik Pik, It's Twisted!

Sik Pik enhances your movements, creating the easiest, most effortless way to pluck a string.

Through the Sik Pik concept, you get a greater dynamic expression, better tone & improved control. Resulting in effortless playing & more dynamic possibilities for your musical expression.            (An Internationally Patented Design & Registered Trademark)

 

The last 3 Guinness World Record holders (Tiago Della Vega {1} & John Taylor {2}) used Sik Pik for it's ease, articulation, & tone. With Sik Pik they went faster, much faster...     effortlessly!  


So can you!


If it makes sense to the eye, it will make sense to the hand.


Try all the angles (S35, D35,  D55 & D75 degrees) and start with a Sampler Set to get all four piks.

See which Sik Pik inspires you!

 

Join the Revolution & Play on the Edge

frank@sikpik.com,

Inventor,  President & Janitor


"Always try to maintain complete tolerance and always make an effort to give people more than they expect." Scott Hamilton

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"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.", Albert Einstein, Patent Clerk



Join the Revolution - Play on the Edge

 A thicker pick can help with sweep picking, but you lose articulation.

Twisting the pick, to play on the edge, is the smallest change that creates profound effects.


Sik Pik - You can be better than you think.

Watch the Artists below, from around the world, demonstrating how Sik Pik inspried them.


Sik Pik inspires.



"I skate to where the puck is going to be, not to where it's been.", Wayne Gretzky, Hockey Player

“Invention, my dear friends, is 93% perspiration, 6% electricity, 4% evaporation, and 2% butterscotch ripple.”
- Willy Wonka, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl



Join the Evolution & Play on the Edge

 

 

If you could hit the golf ball like Tiger Woods, your golf game might change...   for the rest of your life.

If you could play your instrument, effortlessly, with speed, articulation & improved tone, your guitar playing and your music would change...    in ways you've never imagined.



Sik Pik - You are better than you know. 



Don't just chase your dreams, catch them, and see what happens.


Sik Pik inspires.



"Innovation distinguishes a leader from a follower.", Steve Jobs, movie visionary & computer revolutionary.

 In response to you're e-mail, I just wanted to let you know that my order did indeed arrive, and after several days of playing with all models exclusively ( the S35 definitely my favorite! ), I'm blown away! I've always believed that, as a guitar player, the plectrum should be considered one of your most important  pieces of equipment (and I've tried more than I care to admit!). I believe you're product can significantly reduce the learning curve for alternate/economy picking with beginning players as well as correcting poor habits developed by experienced ones. The picks feel very natural and fluid almost right away and I personally notice less hand fatigue after long practice sessions! I will surely be ordering more! Thanks again! - John


Hello Frank,
the best picks in the world have just reached me :-)

My experience with you amazing product is as follows:

1. I play faster than ever before since using the sik piks

2. I play cleaner than ever before

And why ? --> The answer is simple --> because with the sik pik i can get my wrist into a total relaxed position.

 

And that is the key for me. With ordinary picks i have to bring my wrist into an unnatural angle to the strings. An extreme example for that is the super shredder Michael Angelo Batio. This position needs a lot more training to play clean and fast and it needs much more endurance. I seems that the relaxed position has also much more potential as evidenced by John Taylor and Tiago Della Vega.

 

Your developement is the next logical step :-) I love the D35 and I will recommend your portfolio all of my guitar playing friends *Thumbs up*
Best regards 
Simon



"This is the greatest new guitar product I've seen in 20 years--I'm sure they're going to be huge. Congratulations!" Best, Robert

 

"One thing I noticed as well was that your picks hold up extremely well and the point doesn't wear down hardly at all!!" Thanks again Frank, Colin 

 

"It's not taking much time to get use to them though. They feel just right and seem to fit my hand perfectly." Jamie 


"Sik Pik is dope!", Frank

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John Taylor,of Mile High Shred in Westminister, Co., 2 time Guinness World Record holder for "Fastest Guitarist" First, for the initial title in April, 2010 (Flight of the Bumblebee 600bpm) and then breaking his own record on Dec. 31, 2011, in Hong Kong, by pushing the "FotB" to 620 bpm with the Red D75 Sik Pik. *Check out John in the January 2012 edition of Wired Magazine. Mr. Taylor has much to teach at: http://milehighshred.com/

Mile High Shred is John Taylor's new school in Westminister, Colorado.  (720) 588-3125

Please visit John's website at: http://www.milehighshred.com/.

John is a thoughtful and insightful man. As well as a brilliant teacher and gifted musician.

As a 2 time winner of the Guinness award. John, through his experiences and his nature, has a very keen awareness of the ideas & ideals of excelence. Through his own discipline outside of music, as a body builder & a coach,

John Taylor is a man of great character and significant achievement

You should talk to him...       as long as you're willing to listen.

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Tiago Della Vega is a Brazilian guitarist who began learning to play the acoustic guitar at the age of five, practicing 14 hours a day. Tiago, now,travels around the world playing and doing workshops. He previously held the Guinness World Records title as the"Fastest Guitar Player" in the world at  320 beats per minute. (Wikipedia.org)

Franceso.pngFrancesco Cappiello, virtuoso guitarist and multi-instrumentalist from Matera, Italy. Who, has a beautiful rendition of "Little Wing", inspired by Shawn Lane, was invited by the Lane family,  to play at the 10th Anniversary Concert of Shawn Lane's departure. Mr. Cappiello contiues to find inspiration through Shawn's musical vision, that inspires his own. 


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With the standard plectrum, the attack of the note results in an irregular vibrational pattern and the note registering sharp. The string loses some of its initial erratic energy and moves to a normal elliptical pattern and flattens to a stable note on the tuner. With the Sik Pik, the plucked string results in a regular vibrational pattern from the attack of the note to the end of the decay of the note.


All sets of 4 piks on sale, $10 (free shipping anywhere).

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only available in Japan until now)

Shipping anywhere included

 
$10.00
 
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Those who twist their picks know the difference the pick-angle will make.

Complete your journey to the edge with the Sik Pik D35.

(4 piks - shipping anywhere included)

 
$10.00
 
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Get your signature Tiago Della Vega D55, Guinness World Record's,

"Fastest Guitarist" from 2008 - 2011.

(4 piks - shipping anywhere included)

 
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If you hold your pick parallel to the strings, the D75 will give you

the optimum angle between pick and strings. Ask John Taylor, 2 time

world record holder, who used the D75 pik to break his own record

and set the current Guinness World Record for "Fastest Guitarist".

(4 piks - shipping anywhere included)

 
$10.00
 
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For players who twist pretty hard and like to choke up on their picks, the Sik Pik S35 provides more room to grip. It exposes the tip to make precise movements easier for better articulation.

(4 piks - shipping anywhere included)

 
$10.00
 
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    Shipping anywhere included.

 
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All sets of 4 piks on sale, $10 (free shipping anywhere).

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For World Wide inquiries, general information, or questions for the inventor, please contact: frank@sikpik.com

 

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Ease + Articulation & Tone = Inspiration

 

Their is a sound difference between a flat pick and a Sik Pik. With a flat pick the attack of the note results in an irregular vibrational pattern and the note registering sharp. The string loses some of its initial erratic energy and moves to a normal elliptical pattern and flattens to a stable note on the tuner. With the Sik Pik, the plucked string results in a regular vibrational pattern from the attack to the end of the decay.

 

Join the Evolution - Play on the Edge

 

Learn More: frank@sikpik.com