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Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick Heavy 1 Dozen

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Fender 346 Shell pick has 3 edges. Wide body provides plenty of surface; rounded tip has smooth action. One dozen. Choose thin, medium, or heavy.

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Fender 346 Shell pick has 3 edges. Wide body provides plenty of surface; rounded tip has smooth action. One dozen. Choose thin, medium, or heavy.

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Fender346 Shell Guitar Pick
 
4.6

(based on 12 reviews)

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4.0

Good flexible pick for beginning players.

By Keith

from undisclosed

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Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

I ordered these picks for my students. I think a larger, thinner pick is better than a standard teardrop pick for beginning players, especially those working on strumming patterns and timing.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I love the pick weight and shape.

By SHERMAN

from Kalamazoo, MI

Site Member

Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

I like a thin pick because it seems good for strumming and picking. I like the "give" and have been using them since I was a kid. As a kid I used to get the big triangle picks because I grew up in the 70s. I found those tore too easy so I went with the rounded triangle 346 version and have been in love ever since. I don't mind buying 6 dozen at a time, just don't stop making them because I can't get them in the store.

 
5.0

I love the pick weight and shape.

By SHERMAN

from Kalamazoo, MI

Site Member

Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

I like a thin pick because it seems good for strumming and picking. I like the ""give"" and have been using them since I was a kid. As a kid I used to get the big triangle picks because I grew up in the 70s. I found those tore too easy so I went with the rounded triangle 346 version and have been in love ever since. I don't mind buying 6 dozen at a time, just don't stop making them because I can't get them in the store.

 
5.0

my first gutiar learning

By Stephanie

from Brooklyn NY

Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

I love these very easy to hold and use, great for beginner.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I Use This Kind Of Pick Exclusively

By Phil Seymour

from Redding, California

Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

I have been using this style of pick since 1960. It has to be a medium, (I think that is .71mm), and the tortoise shell compound seems to hold up better than black, or white. These days, I only play 2 or 3 gigs a week, plus recording sessions, so I only use up a dozen every couple of months. I have been using this kind of pick for so long that they are the only ones that have the feel and response I need to play confidently. I am glad that I can get them online from Guitar Center because not all stores carry these.

 
4.0

very good for solos

By Hisham D. S

from Tripoli-Libya

Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

these picks are flexible and that was the point behind fast solos. and I guess every guitar player should have different picks for different playing experiences.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Pick this pic

By Russell

from Burleson, Texas

Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

Good pick for strumming, not so much for picking since I use the thins. But then I'm a rhythm player not a lead player. Fine pick but highly flammable so be careful if you toss a broken one in an ash tray.

 
5.0

great product

By Hunter conn

from leeds,alabama

Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

This is great for if you play bass or you do lots of solos on the electric guitar. From the biggest guitar song to the eaisest this pick will last a life time you just may never turn back.

 
5.0

not your average pick

By Dick Hertz

from in a bag, Mi

Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

i own the HEAVY version of these picks and since i've gotten em, i havent used anything but. i play bass and like everyone knows from either dumb experience or common sense: ya need a tough pick for some fast riffing on ur favorite ESP, FENDER, DEAN, or watever takes ur fancy. i've been using the same pick for about 1 1/2 years now and its seen about 4 broken strings in its time. the only way these things break is if my dog gets a hold of em, and even then they usually just have tiny bumps in em from its teeth. buy these picks!!! its tough-as-nails durability and huge gripping surface delivers all that you would expect from FENDER and more.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great

By FretlessinSanDiego

from Temecula, CA

Comments about Fender 346 Shell Guitar Pick:

I bought 1 of these picks for about a nickel at a Chicago concert and i've been playing it for the last 2 years! As a bassist, this is a wonderful pick, though call me crazy, I use thins. Using a thin 346 on a bass allows for fast strummng and runs, without breaking, they are so durable. I reccomend them to any bassist, i have not yet gotten to try the pick on my guitar so I'm not sure but it probably does well. Its amazing how far a nickel will go. It will probably be another year before that pick edge wears down and look, I have 2 more! so a nickel lasts about 10 years.

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