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Your tone starts when your pick hits the string. We believe it's the primary driver for great tone. We are passionate about picks. For 50 years we've focused on creating picks that help guitarists like you find their perfect tone. From our first tortoise shell picks hand-made by Shoji Nakano to our just released PEI and Fibertex picks, Pickboy leads the industry in guitar pick production, materials, and technology. We invite you to explore Pickboy's world of picks and discover what many guitarists consider the secret to their tone. Many artists over the 50 years have come to depend on Pickboy for their tone, including Ritchie Blackmore, Lita Ford, Jason Becker, Tomo Fujita, and now John Mayer.
Titanium and aluminum are what our shells are made out of. Our cymbals are made out of the same material that bullet-proof glass is made out of! We don’t mess around, because we don’t expect you to have to.
Electronic drums are quieter than acoustic drums. Some are quieter than others. Pintech is the quietest! With the combination of our mesh heads, and our hollow-bottom design, Pintech makes the quietest drum pads on the market.
Pintech drums feature mesh head technology for the most realistic feel and accuracy. With real tuneable heads that allow you to change the feel and reaction to YOUR style. Don’t settle for rubber or plastic pads!
Pintech offers a limited lifetime warranty on most of our products. This means that you can feel confident in purchasing a Pintech product, and knowing that we will be here for you when you need us.
Pintech is proud to be made in America. Not only do we manufacture and assemble our products in the beautiful Pacific NW, but we also buy many of our parts and materials from American companies! Not many companies can say that!
Some of the largest names in music choose Pintech, because they know that quality is hard to come by these days. Bands like Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Lady Gaga, Linkin Park, Madonna, Def Leppard and more choose Pintech!
... Why not make a capo that does any tuning? Or use 2 capos for 2 different frets? This could be endless!