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Snap To Attention, The General Has Arrived!
A Trifecta of Tone - 3 Tips To Switch Up Your Style
The Emperor-appointed legionary commander, front and center.
It's the union of 3 unique-playing tips that bears strength to this special
Experience a glassy refined tone with a range of usefulness.
Whether you're looking forward to precision picking in your licks or a chunky tone for your powerchords.
The Legatus is up for the task.
What's So Special?
We can start with the pearlescent blues that shimmer at all angles.
It's a pick that radiates a luxurious silky depth.
You could spend quite a while just staring away at it,
but it begs to be played.
Of course it offers a variety of tones,
all glassy-smooth but with different tips that feels just right for the occasion.
Each Legatus pick is precision cut for consistency & handfinished to master the
details. Yet no two are the same in regards to their blue pearlescent patterns.
The material itself is a tried-and-true acrylic used in the making of boutique
knife handles & exquisite pistol grips.
A grabby surface (even when polished) is its prized trait.
Sizing Specs, Playability, & Lifespan
This pick is the result of many requests for a larger pick. A tri-pick at that.
The dimensions for the Legatus are 33*33mm or about 1.3 inches squared.
So a bit bigger than a standard sized 30*26mm pick without being overly bulky.
The thickness is a hefty 4mm however it's very carefully tapered all around to
ensure a classy & functional pick.
All bevels & surfaces are polished to a high gloss,
and because of its 3 tips, you can expect 3 times the durability.
This is one pick that's gonna keep on giving any way you play it.
Gangway For The Legatus!
Here's what to expect from this legion commander:
“Quality is never an accident.
It is always the result of high intention,
sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution.
It represents the wise choice of many alternatives.”
~William A. Foster (MOH Recipient, 1945)