Guitar Triller is the first meticulously designed string striker for playing guitar that offers super tight control, the perfect weight, an ergonomic finger grip, a lead side that can hit single strings with accuracy, a rhythm side for playing full chords with precision, it can be used as a guitar pick, and is made of a durable and resonant material that will last a lifetime.
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Check out this Sound Wave Comparison. Played on the same guitar with the same settings and zoomed in to view the details of the wave form. You can really hear and see that it produces very distinctive and unique tones.
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Common Questions & Answers:
Q: Will my strings pop more often from using it?
A: No. Surprisingly, it puts less tension on the strings than heavy metal style picking would. In over 5 years of using it, we only saw one string pop and that string was 7 months old and heavily used already.
Q: Which instruments does it work best on?
A: It works best on Guitars, Bass, Mandolin, Ukulele, Banjo and in general works great on all fretted instruments. We have seen people use it on open Piano strings, Cello, Violin and other instruments, which was very cool to see and hear.
Q: What is it made of?
A: It's made of Nylon, which is a very good resonating material and a bit of other materials that add some extra weight and durability to it.
Q: What does it weigh?
A: One Guitar Triller weighs 23 Grams. So for example: a Pencil weighs about 4 Grams and a Drumstick weighs about 57 Grams.
Q: Does it Djent?
Q: What is the guarantee?
A: Guitar Triller will never break and will remain functional for life! If it ever breaks or becomes unable to function as it should, we will replace it immediately. Contact us if this ever happens. So far, this never happened. One of our Guitar Trillers is over 5 years old with over 1,000 hours of Trilling time on it still works just fine. These things are made to last forever!
Q: How easy or difficult is it to use?
A: It's very intuitive and natural. After just a few minutes, most players that already know how to play will be playing cool things with it. For complete beginners, its just like learning to use a pick or your fingers, it takes the same amount of time to learn to pick, pluck, or trill.