SOLD OUT until 2021
SOLD OUT until 2021
This Limited Edition Launch Sampler features our new Standard Shape 2.0 picks in 1.4mm thickness. Each tin includes (6) picks: (3) Santos Rosewood and (3) Waterfall Bubinga. The Pick Tin itself features a Brazilian Lacewood inlay, and secure screw on lid.
These Version 2.0 picks feature more durable construction, a softer textured feel, and a completely smooth and beveled edge.
Our 0.9mm has a playability that is similar to a Fender Medium, while our 1.4mm would be similar to a Fender Thick, but with a much warmer tone.
Click on the video below to learn about how these picks are made and what makes them so special.
The picks are not too thin or not too thick. Comes with six picks and a nice protective tin.
I am the proud owner of a Thalia capo. As you can see from my favorite guitar in the photo I wanted something special for it and I was not disappointed. The sound that they project is something special and natural. They’re beautiful to behold as well. They remind me of the work of a company in Maine that I like that makes handcrafted surfboards out of wood. My favorite pick isn’t fancy. I like thin Guild picks. So it has been interesting for me to experiment with these. I chose the .9 mm standard. This makes 2 out of 2 satisfied purchases for me from Thalia so my next will be a strap!
I was pleasantly surprised at the direct impact that the picks had on my tone. It really warms up the tone in a way that's sort of unexplainable. However, just trust your ears as there is a noticeable difference. It changed the tone of every guitar I own for the better.
I was skeptical, but gave them a shot anyway since I needed more picks. I was very pleasantly surprised. Right out of the tin, it has a very different feel and sound to them. The one thing that got me hooked was the fact that the sound changes and matures the more I use the picks. I noticed they said that it would do that in the video promo for these, but couldn't understand or believe that could be possible. It starts off sounding a bit rough and raw, and the more I used it, the more rounded and warm the sound became. You can even physically see the pick smoothing itself out as you play more and more and the warmth coming along with it. I will post a picture of these picks as well. The one to the far right is the one I've used the most, and you can clearly see the part where the picks is starting to show some wear... in a good way! Also, these picks are beautiful and each one looks unique. Definitely recommend! If I would have to describe the sound, it starts off as a nicer, fuller sounding medium-size pick, and becomes this warm hybrid sound in between a normal pick and finger picking.
I have seen videos on Thalia Capos and picks but never imagined how good these things are. I play guitar with my Son-in-Law at his church and though I can play I can also use all the help I can get. These capos allow me to change keys quickly and efficiently. I liked the capo so much I purchased another one, one for church and one for home then got one for my Son-in-Law, glad to report he loves it and all he uses now.
My type of playing is fingerstyle but my Son-in-Law uses guitar picks. I got some of the Thalia wooden guitar picks for him and am glad to report according to him they are the best he has ever used.
The capos and picks are a good investment for any guitarist serious about their playing.