Creating a TORLON® 4203 plectrum! (Time-lapse version)

Torlon® 4203 (it's purest form), technically known as 'PAI' (polyamide-imides) is the highest performing thermoplastic which can be found on the top of the pyramid of performing bearing grade engineering plastics. This also makes it the most expensive of all.

I was the first to introduce this amazing material for building plectrums back in 2011, this is my original invention which is currently celebrating it's 10th anniversary!

Economy of motion + more playing strength = less playing effort!

My plectrums are much thicker than the norm. The idea is to minimise movement and increase the guitarist’s hand strength. Less effort is required to play, which is a relief to the player. As a result, he will have less cramping and tenseness, which is very useful for guitarists suffering from osteoarthritis, tendinitis or other muscular problems. Naturally, this is also very interesting for the adventurous guitarist who has none of these problems, because this bio-mechanical phenomenon can help him obtain more precision, strength and speed too!

The music is from the French band Main:Art. Julien Lamarre recorded the entire album with his Hufschmid 7 string extended scale 'Tantalum'. You can buy their music here: https://mainart.bandcamp.com/album/syn-sthetic

Website: http://hufschmidguitars.com
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