3 reviews

Jellifish Guitar Pick


Product Shot 1 The Pros:Chorus! is an interesting effect. Create new sounds from your guitar. Inexpensive alternative to effects devices.

The Cons:Can't use on nylon strings - will wear out. Pluck! doesn't sound better than a normal pick.

Much like a "Capo" or a "Slide", the Jellifish guitar pick is a mechanical device that is used on your guitar (or any other stringed instrument) to create new and unique sounds.  The Jellifish looks similar, and is used in the same manner as a conventional guitar pick, but by no means is meant to replace it.

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  It merely provides a new experience of playing your 6 string electric or acoustic, by creating 3 different sounds.

Types of sounds

  1. Chorus! is said to sound similar to a 12 string guitar or chorus pedal - listen
  2. Pluck! is said to sound like a hammered dulcimer or music box - listen
  3. Bow! is typically compared to the sound of a cello - listen

The Jellifish is not recommended on Nylon strings, but will not wear steel strings any faster than a normal guitar pick. The Jellifish guitar pick is available in many music stores and retails for around $10.

User Reviews (4)

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  • 3

    Chorus! is an interesting effect

  • 2

    Create new sounds from your guitar

  • 2

    Inexpensive alternative to effects devices

  • 2

    Can't use on nylon strings - will wear out

  • 1

    Pluck! doesn't sound better than a normal pick

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Reggie: #jellifish_guitar_pick wore out 2 of'm, "very effective" Sep 13, 12
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