How to choose your pick

All picks for guitar and bass created by Devilpicks are artisanal products crafted entirely by hand, therefore each piece is unique and one-of-a-kind.

Every single aspect of the pick, starting from the choice of material, through the selection of shapes and thicknesses up to customization, is designed to best suit the needs of the musician that will hold it in his or her hand. 

Before carving, I personally take care of testing the materials to verify their resistance and their ability to adapt to the functions of the pick.

For these reasons, depending on the instrument you use, the type of strings you prefer, the musical genre you are passionate about, and your preferences in terms of sound nuances and grip strength, in my catalog, you will find the most suitable pick for you.

Below you will find a guide to help you figure out which pick to choose. In fact, you will find the designs corresponding to the codes indicated on the product pages (F, PG, J, JXL, T, D, G). 

If, on the other hand, you do not have clear ideas about the material that best suits your style, I invite you to look at the tests conducted by Alex Pedriva, Luca Arduini and Edoardo Lamacchia, three professional musicians who have evaluated for you the differences in the sound of Devilpicks’ products

To better grasp all the nuances of the sound, I invite you to listen to these videos with headphones in a quiet environment.

If, on the other hand, you desire a personalized pick (for example with your band's logo engraved on it), or a pick designed for an instrument different from guitar and bass, contact me, and together we will find the solution that suits you best.

F shaped pick


F shape measures 30x26mm

PG shaped pick

PG shape

PG shape measures 27x25mm

J shaped pick

J shape

J shape measures 26x22mm

J shaped pick, but bigger

JXL shape

JXL shape measures 29x25mm

T shaped pick

T shape

T shape measures 33x32mm

D shaped pick

D shape

D shape measures 30x27mm

G shaped pick

G shape

G shape measures 28x23mm


In this video Luca Arduini, guitar teacher and professional performer, will guide you through the differences between wooden picks' essences:

In this video Edoardo Lamacchia, classical and electric guitarist and MMI qualified teacher, tests plexiglas, tagua nut, bone and policarbonate picks both with a clean and distorted sound:

In this video Alex Pederiva, professional musician and expert of different music genres tests with both a clean and distorted sound picks made with plexiglass, coconut, vinyl e galalith: