Bone Tone Plectrums | Guitar Interactive Magazine

Published 11 years ago on March 19, 2012

By Guitar Interactive Magazine

Spinning on the heels on their incredibly successful line of Timber Tones exotic wood plectrums, Wildchild Distribution introduce Bone Tones.

Maintaining the design lines of the popular Timber Tones plectrums, Bone Tones are constructed from treated eco friendly buffalo horn and bone as a bi-product to farming, and are not made from grinding or adding adhesives into a mould, they are purely cut and shaped by hand.

Constructed from premium grade raw buffalo horn and bone, Bone Tones are renowned for their durability and high performance. The polished mirror-like finish cosmetically enhances each individual pattern, whilst the smooth surface maintains reassuring finger gripping properties when playing powerful chords or fast lead lines.

BONE TONES: HORN.                                                                                                                                     

Available cut from clear, black or white buffalo horn, these plectrums are ideally suited for acoustic guitars, enhancing the instruments warm, natural sustain and harmonics.

BONE TONES: BONE.                                                                                                                                          

For a brighter, harder edged attack, bone is the ideal choice for electric guitar players performing a wide range of styles from country to metal.

RRP. £4 each.  Four pack contains Clear, Black or White horn and bone plectrums.


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