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Fender 351 Premium Celluloid Guitar Picks
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Often called the Fender pick, the 351 shape is the pick most associated with Fender. A wider body and a rounded tip have made this pick a favorite with players of every style.

Fender Premium Celluloid picks combine the traditional tone and feel of celluloid, with beautiful and unique colors.

They say Fender on them so you know they're cool. One dozen picks per pack.

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  • Fender HEAVY

    As reviewed by CARROLL S on 9/26/2011

    Fender Abalone is just that, HEAVY. It won't break and you can find it because of the color. If you're into Metal you'll love these picks. Fender has been around a long time and they know their guitars and the extra's with picks as no exception. Good price good picks.

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  • What Could you want more!?

    As reviewed by Stuntman1794 on 7/21/2009

    These are my favorite types of picks. They work perfectly for electric and all other guitars. They are great for shredding through solos of just playing cords. I have over 100 of these awsome guys. Many people think that these chip but they don't. REMEMBER: buy medium, not Heavy or thin! Heavy-picks are too hard for most players and cause you to lose fluency. Thin-picks WILL CHIP! They don't last long. Medium-Are the best you will ever use. Hope this helps.

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  • Pretty good

    As reviewed by thesoulman on 3/19/2007

    Well I bought a 12 pack of red medium of these at my local music shop. They've lasted for about 8 months, and they're not in too bad condition. I can still use them and I really like them. They don't wear away easily. They were $5 when I bought them though. But I bought a 12 pack of California Blue Fender picks at best buy for $3, and they wear pretty easily.

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