InTune Guitar Picks, a company based out of Virginia, creates some of the best guitar picks in the world. This review is not about personal preference as we all enjoy a certain sized guitar pick that fits our play style, this review will focus on the durability, comfort and feel of the guitar picks. I will talk about small and big sizes, yet this will not be biased in any way. I heard of InTune GP many years ago when I caught a pick from Chimiara guitarist, Matt DeVries. His custom InTune had a hockey logo on the back and his signature on the front. I took it home and put it in my collection, admiring it and enjoyed the quality of the printing job InTune had done on such a tiny object. Over the years I caught more and more picks, another Chimaira pick from Rob Arnold and a couple of bad ass Amon Amarth picks from guitarist Johan Söderberg and bassist Ted Lundström. Amon Amarth is my favorite band so I channeled my inner viking and used these picks when I got home. Instantly hooked, I loved the feel of it and was really impressed by how detailed the print job on the guitar pick was. Now, InTune provided me with an wide variety of picks to try out and I gotta say, they all just felt right. No wonder professionals use these things!
On this website’s first ever gear/product review. I’ll be talking about the Philips SHE2641BN/27 Earbud Headphones. I’ve never had a good or even average experience with earbuds, they either hurt my ears, sound like garbage or just simply don’t get loud enough. Well on this review I’ll be discussing the positive and negative qualities about these particular headphones. I’ll be more detailed below but long story short, this was a good pair of earbuds. The best I’ve ever used.