Matsumoku picks ?

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  1. DrBGood

    DrBGood Well-Known Member

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    I was going through my pick bottle and stumbled on this vintage Japanese pick. It must be the oldest piece of gear I own. I think it dates from my bass playing days, late 60's. Legit road worn gear.

    I thought of framing it, but after playing it, no way man ! THE TONE ! THE TONE ! ! !

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  2. Bad Penguin

    Bad Penguin Well-Known Member

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    Uhhhh…. Matsumoku, with a "N"?
     
  3. DrBGood

    DrBGood Well-Known Member

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    N for Nylon or his middle name was Nick.
     
  4. Girl_Rock

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    Nylon picks are great to play and wear resistant. I've been using one for years and it's still alive.
     
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    papagayo Well-Known Member

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    Interesting ..
     
  6. NoiseNinja

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    Vintage picks might be the next big thing.
     
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