It helps hold the pick and works great
Great pick and the grip works very well.
Best pick I've ever used !Feel's great in your hand and has good grip.
I get a great sound from this pick.
Good grip with a pliable pick.
Put your favorite Fender-style teardrop pick in it and go!
I play a mandolin and it's really hard to hold on to a regular pic but these pics will the rubber grip or the best I've ever had thank you for such a great product my dad is a guitar player and he loves them too
These are great for spazes like myself who have a hard time haging onto standard guitar picks.
This pick makes it so easy to strum a guitar.
i tried everting I would score them with a razor blade to create some grip (which helps some) but these things are great and they are interchangeable with all your guitar picks.
I play in a band, and I have been playing the guitar for over 50 years!
It allows me to teach my grandson and still have fun with the guitar.
88mm thick, rigid pick before moving to this.
I can sense the immediate change in the sound, after the first time I used this pick.
I couldn't be happier, I might get some more in different colors :)
like it good grip
Comes with a good pick, plus you can use the rubber grip on other picks when you wear it out.
It's a rubber pick grip + pick combo: exactly what I ordered.
CON: The rubber grip make the pick much stiffer.
PRO: The rubber grip does make the pick much easier for these old fingers to hold on too.
I tend to drop my picks a lot; not this one!
I like it a lot more than I do holding an ungripped pick.
The grip allows me to hold on to the pick a lot better.
good product except I broke it the first week after using it a lot.
I like them a lot.
But, then, I'm a beginning ukulele player.
Note: Lifelong musician - 30 plus years on the 6 string guitar.
I like to use a thin pick, but couldn't find one with a good grip.
The "thin" pick is easily a medium if not heavier.
This pick holder used with the thin pick that comes with it, makes a 6 string acoustic (Taylor in my case) sound a little "less deliberate".
Perhaps the best way I can think of to put it is this; If a regular thin celluloid Fender pick is 100 grit sandpaper, then the MojoGrip makes it 220.
I also purchased the medium which I like a little better as this pick is thin but no regrets at all.
I put a. nylon pick in the rubber holder and it worked ok for a while but the rubber tore.
It feels great in your hand and is great for strumming as well as picking.
If it gets twisted in your hand its easier to hold onto and get back in place - when normal picks are diving into sound holes or dark spots on the carpet.
Being a new guitar player i have problems keeping the pick from rotating in my hand.
So not only did I have to worry about my fretting hand, my strumming hand, I also had to worry about my pick.
I mostly use a slide now on my left hand and use open tuning.
Makes a good sound and is easy to hold (I have arthritis in some fingers).
I think I have tried just about every guitar pick manufactured and I have finally found the perfect one for me.
This was a good purchase for me as I have trouble holding on to a regular pick.
I usually finger pick, and now I have to strum, I needed a guitar pick that I could hold on to.
Thought about using super glue to hold it to the pic, still may.
I love the feel & the way it lets me hold something thicker than a pic, but the side split the 2nd time I used it, & it was all I could do to keep the pick from falling till I could finish my song.
At first I was apprehensive about changing a pic out because I didn’t want to add any more wear and tear.
First pic I've used that wasn't a balancing act with grip.
I really love this~ Thank you.
Thank you!Highly recommended
These things are awesome!
I love these things.