The Sik Pik came through observation. Watching how players (like George Benson, Pat Methany and Jorge Strunz) used their picks in a unique playing style to achieve incredible results. Seeing the seemingly effortless way in which these players traversed the strings. The feel, the dynamics, and the sound are the fundamentals that need to be different to create a strikingly different result. The Sik Pik is the smallest change that can be made to create a profound effect. A real change in pick shape brings about a profound change in playing. An evolutionary change is not a simple thought, but a foundational change that creates a positive difference in how the string is played. Seeing is believing, but playing is the truth. These Artists from around the world, seek innovation through their tools and to their music. Get a hold of the new technology, Sik Pik, it's twisted. Our friend Fred Brum from Portugal. Our friend Andras Kiss from Hungary. Our friend Jamie Greenwood from Canada. Our friend Alex Pfeffer from Germany. Ourfriend Matt Harnett from America. Our friend Ben Wiltshire from the UK. Our long time supporter and friend Nicolas Waldo from Columbia. Our friend Thanos Sfendourakis from Greece.