Bone Tones are made of Buffalo Bone and Horn, all
bi-product of the food industry (no animals were killed for picks). The
plectrums are crafted to the Classic Timber Tones shape. The chamfer allows
rapid flow on the strings and a very strict and accurate strumming, ideal for
rhythm guitar. This effect is reinforced even further by the sturdiness of Bone
The rounded tip of the plectrums contains the natural brightness and aggressiveness (in the case of Bone especially) of the materials without hampering it: you may choose to use it, or not. These plectrums are about tone and regularity. Horn has often been considered as an alternative to Tortoise Shell, sound and hardness wise.
Buffalo Horn is the middle ground between hard wearing woods
like Ebony, and Buffalo Bone. It is overall a bright material but its aggressiveness
is balanced by the rounded tip of the Classic Timber Tones shape and chamfer.
It opens your options to use or not the brightness of the material. Horn is
fairly neutral on tone, having a good balance between high and low frequencies
It should also be noted that Clear Horn is very hard wearing and is naturally very grippy, especially when slightly wet. If your fingers get sweaty while playing, you might have just found your material of choice.
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the guitar arrived yesterday and I am very happy with it. More than this I have to thank you for the super fast two day shipment - great job!