Inspired By Irish Myth & Lore The Dord Fiann + Battle Born String Pack
Named after the Irish war-horn of the Fianna, the Dord Fiann is part of the Finn McCool mythologies. Legends have it that Finn built the Giant's Causeway as stepping-stones to Scotland, so as not to get his feet wet.
Others include that he once scooped up part of Ireland to fling it at a rival, but it missed and landed in the Irish Sea — the clump became the Isle of Man. And after Finn McCool's death, it was said that one day he would awake & defend Ireland in the hour of greatest need. And finally, that he would arise (under the green hills) when the Dord Fiann is blasted three times, and he will be as strong and as well as he ever was.
Signature Pick & Battle-Born Strings This package was put together in collaboration w/ Michael Connors, Kryptek, & Guitar Authority strings.
It features one Dord Fiann plectrum & a set of high-carbon core "Battle Born" strings by Guitar Authority. Each set of strings has the following custom gauges with an extra thick low E: .011 .014 .18p .028 .038 .052
About this marvelous looking pick... It's crafted from thick cast acrylic (4.5mm) and finished by hand to a full matte finish.
One one side we have the "OTC" (Open The Cage) logo, and the opposite side features a Celtic cross, both helping to enhance the grip.
This run of Dord Fiann picks is limited to 24 pieces They're a chunky 4.5mm thick, and share a similar size to our ivory JazzXL.
Big shoutout to the songwriter & owner of Open The Cage, Michael Connors, who gave rise to this design & idea!
If you would like to learn more about him check him out as well:
Limited Edition Package Includes: x1 Dord Fiann Signature Pick (28.5 * 27.5 * 4.5mm) x1 Set of Battle Born Signature Strings (.011 .014 .18p .028 .038 .052)
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