Up for sale today is :
Slim Picker - strum stick with instruction booklet
Slimpicker with Spruce top and a plain soundhole.
The SlimPicker is shorter, narrower and quieter than the G-31 Super G. It has a high bright tone, and it is tuned to G, higher than the D Grand.
A consistent reaction when people hear it for the first time is "how do you get so much sound out of such a little body".
Utterly portable, for adults travelling light, and for older kids. High visual contrast with the white Spruce and the red Padouk, and
white/red/white stripe when seen from the side.
The Strumstick is designed for non-players, and is delightfully easy to learn.
The Strumstick was created by Bob McNally (designer of the Martin Backpacker Guitar) and has a perfect blend of ease and versatility.
29 inches long
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