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Gorilla Snot

Gorilla Snot - The Original Drumstick & Guitar Pick Grip

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Description

  • Gorilla Snot is a gripping aid.
  • It has been developed by and for professionals who demand flexibility, functionality, and efficiency in the tools of their trade
  • A non-gooey, naturally refined tree rosin
  • Gorilla Snot reacts with your body's natural chemistry and heat output to retain a steady grip on picks drumsticks, bows

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Customer Reviews

Good buyGuitar picks don't slip, anymore. If you don't mind rubbing this "snot" on your fingers, this is a winner. I put it on, its lasts an entire session, which for me is about 45 min to 1 hour and the picks don't slip. Then, magically, it goes away.The description is spot on, it isn't gooey. I get lazy sometimes and wipe my fingers off on my jeans or shirt and I haven't stained any of my clothes, so that must be true. Inexpensive and a good buy5Best way to make your hands and fingers a drumstick magnetI've been using Gorilla Snot for years, and it's fabulous for keeping your sticks in your hands, regardless of how you're playing, banging or pounding on the kit... drums, pads, tambourine, timbales... more cow-bell and more.Unlike coated wood-sticks that wear over time, Gorilla Snot is a fresh "magnet" each time you apply it; once for a short gig or additionally as you need it. And, since your hands are the magnet, you can change stick type (brushes, Hot Rods, mallets, whatever) and your hands are equally adhesive on everything you hold.I apply it on my palms and finger surfaces that touch the sticks (not the sides of the fingers). When the gig's finished, the best (quickest, most complete) way I've found to clean your hands and remove the Snotty residue is using "Scrub-It Multi-Purpose Scrub sponge - Non-Scratch - Eco Friendly" pads, also available on Amazon, and hand soap. Definitely worth using the pads, in terms of saved time and complete removal of any sticky residue. (Also suggest removing any finger rings before applying Snot to prevent residue from accumulating inside the ring.)For any drummer playing indoors or outside, Gorilla Snot will be your best snotty friend.(If you're a guitar player and are new to Gorilla Snot, be sure to apply it to ONLY the tips of your fingers that hold your pick... and never on your fingerboard fingers.)5Works really well!This absolutely solves all your pick-gripping problems. But beware:1. It is totally addictive. It bothers me to be dependent upon a goo to be able to play, so I have gradually weaned myself back off of using it. Still, it seems to have served a development purpose in letting me know what is possible with a really sticky pick. I have gradually learned how to grip my picks more efficiently/tighter.2. Most people giving reviews seem to have used too much. You only need to lightly touch your fingers to the surface and get as close to a one-molecule-thick layer on your fingers as you can. It is actually difficult to avoid getting too much.5Great to have fingerprints back.What a wonderful product!! Not only does it stop my picks from rotating as I play, I can turn the pages of my chord sheets easily. Pretty greasy when first applied (and I used way too much), but it soon dried to a beautiful grip!! As we age, we loose the oils in out hands (maybe too many trips the bathroom contributed to the loss) and page separation is almost impossible without a little spit. Now, no problem.I see many tricks way past guitar picks and drum sticks!5I don't like it and won't buy it againI throw picks across the room. Not intentionally, it just happens.Most of the picks I throw are ones I never see again and it's expensive to keep doing.Gorilla Snot is a tacky, wax-like substance that is intended to glue the pick to your fingers and thumb. It works, if only until it dries out and becomes a layer of , well, dry wax on your pick.Until it dries out, it works. If I had been more scientific about it, maybe I could have come up with a graph of how long it worked, under what conditions. I didn't do that. So, just be forewarned that, if you play for extended periods, you are probably going to apply it more than once a day/night. Also, know that it sticks to everything else you touch.I don't like it and won't buy it again. Instead, I've been experimenting with other picks and other methods of gripping them.Your milage may vary.3it works great, in fact, its the only thing that worked for me...but..one probIt works great, thats the great news. With acoustic guitars, I've had a gravity & pick problem from the day I started strumming. With the electric it was less a problem, but with acoustic guitar, being a hard strummer, I was boomerang-ing sometimes 5-10 picks a night out of my fingers into oblivion. I tried candlewax- padded picks which didn't hold and chipped off, tennis grip spray wore down quickly to gummy balls by friction and dried out, cork-padded picks were ineffective, flexible paper thin picks fractured by song #3, but h.s.! this stuff works and stays, maybe an occasional touch-up is needed, but a little goes a long way. I was ecstatic!!.....however..................regretfully, I soon realized that once you lay the pick down for a break or use your hands for something else, then grasp the pick again...roll it around to that sweet spot position, your smudging it out slowly towards the periphery. Once you press down a few many times, the snot eventually migrates towards the playing tip area and from there, you guessed it........ it violates sacred territory and crosses the bridge of no return by making contact with your strings, and now the strings get tacky and grab a little more at a time and then you notice gradually that your competing with the sticky strings for pick domination and once your strings get more and more gummed up with the stuff the string loses its inherent characteristics which ultimately affect the tone, resonance, and sustain. I would love to say this didn't happen, but it did. I strum hard and perhaps readjust my fingers frequently just as I sense a little slippage. I don't know what this residue does to the strings if you don''t wipe it down right after it happens, but the buildup over time drying out concerns me possibly oxidizing it or just adding buildup that alters tone. I was sold till that happened after about 1.5 hours of strumming. Still, I'll give it another try with a very conservative amount.. nonetheless, something to consider.3Bad1.5 x 1.5 x 1 - tiny container - little bit-o-snot severely dried - container was only about 2/3 full, or, pessimistically, 1/3 empty -thick hard 'scab' had formed. That little bit does work quite nicely. BUT the weight! there isn't even an ounce of snot. YOU CAN BUY 16 OUNCES OF REAL HONEY FOR $2 LESS THAN SNOT - IT WORKS ! & IS EASIER TO REMOVE. Will not buy this product again1Gross name but great product for keeping guitar picks where they belong: between your fingersMaybe it's getting old, but my fingerprints seem to have disappeard as I've aged. And keeping hold of a smooth guitar pick gets harder with each passing year. I've tried rubber cement on the pick, tried the rubberized caps, tried latex toe caps on my fingertips. But nothing works like Gorilla Snot. It's a tree resin of some kind, but not like pine pitch. It gives you a secure grip of a pick or a drumstick, but wipes off easily on your jeans when your session is over. A small tub lasts for a year or more, and when if it gets a bit crusty, you can rework it with a toothpick to bring the soft layers back up to the surface. A small investment for a lot of security when you're in the middle of a set on your church platform or (take your pick) in a local bar.4Pretty good with guitar picks.I use this with guitar picks as I have a tendency to drop them. Works well for that but very easy to take too much out of the small container. I haven't used it on a gig yet but I can't see that it won't work fine. It's a bit messy and I think it'd be easy to get it on your clothes. I keep a rag close at hand all the time and I recommend you have one handy when using this stuff. Container is very small at 1 7/16 inch diameter and 1 inch tall. Can't tell yet how long it'll last or how it'll do when I'm sweating under the bright lights:)4Keep your guitar pick in your fingers!Man this stuff works magic for those times when your pick is slipping out of your fingers. You have to be careful and not to use to much though. Your pick does need to move at times lol. It can be like super glue if you get to much.. One little jar will last me over a year and I use it almost every time I play! How many times have you lost your pick just before going into a solo? It wont happen again with this stuff. I have used it for years... Love it!5
Gorilla Snot - The Original Drumstick & Guitar Pick Grip

Gorilla Snot - The Original Drumstick & Guitar Pick Grip

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€39,00
Sale price
€39,00
Regular price
€64,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€25,00)