Everly guitar picks have become a renowned company for their guitar picks. However, I believe they started out making guitar strings which they still do. The popularity of their guitar picks can be attributed to a simple yet highly effective feature. What separates the Everly guitar plectrums from other companies that make picks...

The feature I am talking about is a star cut out. That appears on all of their guitar picks. You may be wondering what is so great about the star cut out? To answer your question, the cut out serves an important function. That function is to help improve the grip on the guitar pick so you don’t have to worry about dropping them or letting them slip out of your fingers whilst playing or strumming.

Why Everly Guitar Picks?

Not only does the star help with slippage but it also means you do not have to grip the pick as hard which is great for people with arthritis or other similar ailments.

This start cut out is Everly’s patented design and is what they are very well known for. The gauges and colors resemble those of the Dunlop Tortex range. However, Everly has added additional color options that include pink, neon and white. Essentially the Everly star picks are very similar to the Jim Dunlop Tortex range (the most popular pick today) as their materials are very similar, if not the same.

This was done intentionally and can almost be seen as an "improvement" to the Tortex picks. The only downside is that these Everly picks are only available in one shape and that is the regular shape. These Everly guitar picks will, however, last long just like most Delrin picks which are generally durable and resistant to wear and tear. 

The gauges of the Everly guitar pick range include:

  • 0.50mm, 0.60mm, 0.73mm, 0.88mm, 1.0mm, 1.14mm

Everly Star Regular Range

This range includes the colors we've all come to know and associate with guitar picks. which can be attributed to the Dunlop Tortex range as I mentioned above. Each color represents a different gauge.

Everly Star Bright Color Range

This range adds a few more colors to the mix. whilst maintaining the same gauges and start cut out that Everly is most well known for. These extra colors are however only available in one gauge. and that is the popular 0.73mm. This is the equivalent to the yellow Everly star pick above.

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