And that has me questioning if it’s something common or I’m just unlucky
I’ll give some context: I was jamming with 2 friends, and since one of them was playing a banjo (they’re pretty loud) I was strumming really really hard to be able to be heard. It’s a pick I normally use, although the guitar was borrowed (I do believe the strings were a bit harder than mine but not a lot).
Sorry tpo get back so late folks, work/life is getting in the way of my guitar and community time
@roger_holland thanks for the ling Roger, wonder hot @sairfingers managed to tear it into 3 pieces, wow! @Tbushell this was not Dunlop, but on the style of those picks, I believe it was a 0.70 pick. @CT strumming as hard and fast as I could, yes haha @DarrellW yep, I imagine it’s less probable to break one on electric, although I’m sure there’s someone out there who did it! @tony I like the compliments on wrecking a pick, I was feeling like an animal after it happened. @GrytPipe give it time! again, I think it was due to the fact that the guitar I was using had thicker strings than the ones in my acoustic. @Notter the hard life of rock&roll, breaking picks and hearts! @SgtColon haha it was an original song I was doing with friends, a fairly typical folk/country rhytm but really fast and hard on the strumming!