Oh my! They are a tad pricier than I had anticipated, especially factoring in exchange and shipping to come to over $160 CA. I may not be an early adopter in this case, (though known to change my mind.) In comparison, fake nails from China and a bottle of nail glue from the dollar store is all it takes to nail-up for a year or more at $10. Albeit, the latter is not a perfect solution and Tonetips may not be so, either.
They're being released August 21, see my post above. I figure I'll get mine by early September. Can't find any advance reviews of them, unfortunately, but decided to take the risk. We'll see...Curious if anyone has tried them yet??
They want $126.45 with international shipping, plus our crappy currency exchange and we are above the $160 CA mark. Usually, customs doesn't apply taxes but once in a while, that's an extra 12%. However, if your experience is good, I'll still go for it.
For the record, I disagree with Dave almost 100% on everything else he says about guitar playing but ... his GPN method absolutely does a great job. I unreservedly reccomend the system to anyone who struggles with their natural nails.davekear wrote:I can tell you with 100% certainty that these "picks" will not cut it ... If you want the diversity of tone and the feel of a natural fingernail, these won't do it. Having owned guitarplayernails.com for over 25 years now, we've been through it all. We know what works and what doesn't ... If you want the proper standards for tone and feel, and you don't want to limit your dexterity, then don't waste your $ on these. Pretty expensive too.
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