Sik Piking into Spring!
Sik Pik is proud to be associated with John Taylor and Mile High Shred.
John Taylor is an excellent musician, a man of great integrity, and can play the heck out of anything he wants to. And he uses Sik Piks!
Mr. Taylor used the D75 to set the "Last" Guinness World Record. After his success, Guinness closed the competition for "Worlds Fastest Guitarist", deeming it no longer able to accurately judge the outcome.
You will need to try all of the possibilities to get your future right.
The Sampler Set, 4 Piks - 1 of each, is the proper way to begin your quest for greater ease, articulation, and accuracy in your playing.
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Thank you for your interest and your order!
President, Inventor & Janitor
John Taylor has recently added a video about his technique for "super fast alternative picking". For those who like that sort of thing, this is the sort of thing they will like!
Mr. Taylor is always good for some genuine insight.
Here is a video I haven't seen in a while. Our friends, John Taylor and Fumiyoshi Kamo, both Guinness World Record holders, both brilliant and insightful teachers and of course, both excellent players. In a shred battle where the winner is you, the listener.
Sik Pik, "Take the Lead!"
It takes hard work with consistent practice. Constant learning with ever widening horizons and deepening commitments to play your best.
It takes creativity and drive. And still, you have those days...
You need every advantage you can get!
"Sik Pik - Join the Revolution"
Sik Pik gives your picking hand a new advantage. Like the bow on a violin.
Legato vs. pizzicato. Bowing versus plucking.
Brushing the string is easier and more expressive than plucking.
Your dynamic range expands with bowing versus plucking.
You get the advantage of physics with Sik Pik.
Sik Pik employs the easiest possible movement.
An effortless flow from one note to another.
From one string to another.
From one idea to another.
A little effort goes a long way.
Relax your picking hand, and control your movement with Sik Pik.
Sik Pik requires the smallest amount of effort to activate the string and express your thoughts.
Practice, relax and let your hand get used to the new freedom through effortless playing.
"Go as far as you can, as fast as you can.", with Sik Pik.
Sik Pik - Take the Lead!