Logo

Style "TINY 9"

Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
Style "TINY 9"
The "TINY 9" is Red Bear Trading's newest Style! It is modeled after the No 9 but the same size our Lil' Jazzer at .89" wide by 1.04" tall. This is a great style for players who like a small Jazz pick but a little extra room at the top to for a better grip.

Images shown with different bevels.

Select from the Pick Options and choose your bevel.

LIMIT OF TWO PER EACH PICK OPTION PLEASE.

NOTE: At the end of the "Available Pick Options" List there are "Extra Heavy" Gauges that were marked "Heavy" by mistake that are discounted TO 27.00.

Please allow approximately 5 business days for your pick (s) to be beveled and shipped.
Our Price: USD 27.00
Red Bear Loyalty Points: 10 Worth USD 0.50
Quantity:
Pick Options

Available Options*

Bevel*

Our picks can be beveled in several ways. Choose the bevel that you are most comfortable with. See our Flatpicks Page for more information on the bevels.

 

Reviews and Ratings

True Jazz III shape.

By: STEPHEN on 01/15/2020 09:04:00 PM

This is the true Jazz III shape. Wider toward the top rather than the middle. This is the one you want if you're coming from the Jazz III. Get Grips.

Tiny 9 - the perfect size

By: Tollywood on 10/24/2019 07:18:47 PM

I have been using RedBear picks exclusively for years now and I simply cannot use any other picks. Period. They way they feel and the tone that they deliver is unequaled. When my first pick arrived, my wife scowled, “Let me see this $30 guitar pick”, so I obliged her and handed it over. She examined it closely and said, “Hmmm, it’s actually very nice. I like it.” I play the Heavy and Extra Heavy gauges, even though I had been a medium gauge player before RedBear changed my life. I’m not being dramatic. I need these picks to make me happy. I love the Big Jazzer and also the Little Jazzer, but sometimes I lose the top of the Big Jazzer and I need to readjust; it rotates. The little jazzer doesn’t have that problem but it’s not as full as I like at the top. Not enough to grab. Then along came the Tiny 9, and it is a perfect pick, allowing me more room to grab up top without having too much pick left to slip a little and rotate.

Kryptronic Internet Software Solutions