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Fender Tortoiseshell 351 Standard Picks come in your choice of thin, medium, or heavy.

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Fender Tortoiseshell 351 Standard Picks come in your choice of thin, medium, or heavy.

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4.5

(based on 23 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Fender picks are rockin' good!

The Fender 351 Standard Pick is an excellent pick! Gives you a better bite and makes the string(s) resonate very loud and clear. I use the Medium tortoise-shell picks and they are...Read complete review

The Fender 351 Standard Pick is an excellent pick! Gives you a better bite and makes the string(s) resonate very loud and clear. I use the Medium tortoise-shell picks and they are not only great sounding but look great too! Pick some up today, you'll not be disappointed.

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Now looking for a new kind...

I've literally used this pick in medium for my entire ten year career of playing guitar, and honestly I don't know why. I mean they are great, stock, beginner picks for any moderate...Read complete review

I've literally used this pick in medium for my entire ten year career of playing guitar, and honestly I don't know why. I mean they are great, stock, beginner picks for any moderate player or new comer, but they just simply don't last. I'm a member of a percussion ensemble in denver that plays very extensive, original music, and I literally go through a pick every rehearsal. A ten hour life is kind of a joke in my opinion... A buddy of mine in that ensemble brought me a dunlop .96 mm. one day since he knew I had no more picks from my "endless" supply, and I love it. It still looks and feels brand new with a sharp edge after a good month of continuous playing now. And to top it all off, out has a much another feel and sound to it any way. All in all, great pick for beginners, but simply doesn't cut it for me.

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5.0

Favorite for a long, long time

By Jay Gould

from Hidden Valley Lake, CA

I began using these in 1964 and they are my absolute favorite. I have tried hundreds of different flat picks, and some of them are great for certain songs and unique sounds or effects. But this is the gold standard for picks in my opinion and for my style of play. They may not last as long as some made with other materials as they will tear/break after a while especially with heavy and rapid strumming...if that's your style.) Importantly, the tones are always crisp and clear. I use a Thin most of the time and occasionally a Medium.

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5.0

Only picks I use

By Scott McMahon

from Boulder, CO

I'm a little biased as I've been using fender picks since I first starting playing 25 (holy cow) years ago. My comments are for the medium picks. I've tried lots of others but I've found that overall the fender's have the nicest tone and overall feel. Some of the harder style picks are too "clicky" and the fender's plastic eliminates that sound. They do wear down, but overall it's slow and I find myself still using a pick that I could probably throw away. The thins I don't like as much as they are too flexible, and can break. The heavy picks are well...too heavy. Overall I think the medium is the best pick for players I've used so far.

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3.0

Its alright

By cathy caruso

from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

I've been using these since I started playing guitar. Now for starter guitar players I would recommend them, they are great for learning. And I was very happy with them for a while but after switching to thicker gauge strings I noticed that the picks would slip from my fingers pretty often. So I switched to the Dunlop Max Grips and wow....thats the way to go for more experienced players.

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2.0

Now looking for a new kind...

By Dylan

from Golden, CO

I've literally used this pick in medium for my entire ten year career of playing guitar, and honestly I don't know why. I mean they are great, stock, beginner picks for any moderate player or new comer, but they just simply don't last. I'm a member of a percussion ensemble in denver that plays very extensive, original music, and I literally go through a pick every rehearsal. A ten hour life is kind of a joke in my opinion... A buddy of mine in that ensemble brought me a dunlop .96 mm. one day since he knew I had no more picks from my "endless" supply, and I love it. It still looks and feels brand new with a sharp edge after a good month of continuous playing now. And to top it all off, out has a much another feel and sound to it any way. All in all, great pick for beginners, but simply doesn't cut it for me.

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5.0

Great picks

By Lydia Wilton

from Corbett, Oregon

I didn't like the size of the ones that came with my guitar, so I looked on here and found these Fender ones, and I love them. Perfect size and I love the tortoise shell design.

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5.0

great pick

By Joe

from flossmoor Il

These picks are the best picks around they are the only ones I use. I used to use Peavey picks. But once I tried these I can't use any others. These are the best. But dont take my word try them yourself and I know you will come back for more.

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5.0

Tremolo Picks

By Surfman

from VB, VA

I had lost most of my picks, so I was looking to buy some more. I had heard that heavy picks were good for tremolo picking. I play a lot of surf riffs, so these were my first idea. I bought them, and they're perfect. I recommend them for anyone who tremolo picks. They're very durable, and hard to bend. Fender quality, enough said.

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5.0

Pick Used By The Best

By Dee

from New York

Awesome guitar pick that doesn't bend or fall out of your hand while playing. Perfect for long shows where you can't afford to have anythign go wrong - this pick'll last you the entire night! The Fender Medium is used by the great Vinnie Moore of UFO, and it's obvious why - just the amazing amount of quality you get out of any product from Fender. These picks are great, but if you are in need of one with a grip, the best ones to choose are the Jim Dunlop picks - the .88mm JD is used by Michael Schenker, hard rock god who inspired a generation of guitarists in the 70s and 80s.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

No School like Old School

By Jim

from Frozenesota

Started playing in 1968. Used Fender thins then and use them today. Tried others; fancy grips, fancy materials, but always come back to the original. They are basic long lasting (unless you chew on them - and admit it, we all do.) picks, big enough to hold on to, fast enough to get a little crazy if you need to. These picks have been around forever for a reason - you can't go wrong with a classic.

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5.0

they don't give up

By metal freak

from pikeville,nc

i've been playing with the same pick for two months now and it's just starting to wear down

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