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354 Guitar Pick

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Is your big, heavy pick weighing you down? The answer might be faster, lighter 354 pick from Fender. It's shape is similar to the 347's oval-shaped profile, but it's just slightly narrower for a light... Read More

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Is your big, heavy pick weighing you down? The answer might be faster, lighter 354 pick from Fender. It's shape is similar to the 347's oval-shaped profile, but it's just slightly narrower for a light feel. Crafted from premium celluloid for the long life and warm, round attack you'd expect from a Fender guitar pick.

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  • Narrow, elongated oval shape
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4.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Give'em a try!

By Tele lover

from N.E.P.A.

I've been using these for what seems like forever. I started using any "Jazz" pick in the 70s' . Played them only, even for gigs, since the 80s'. All Jazz picks seem to like to fly away. Try dropping to the next thinner pick, you'll find your style dosen't suffer and you'll loose lots less. I've been using thins for everything from country to truely gritty blues to jazz and any pick that'll let you do a barre chord ( or any type for that matter) in harmonics MUST be tried, at least. Y'know, you really need to spank a Tele to make it happy. These picks with a drop-down (90 deg.) attack is the way to seriously spank that Tele. Don't use it point down use it on its side! I've used these for so long it's not uncommon for me to use one all night. NO losses. Point down or layin down these things will do uncommon tricks.

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5.0

My Go-to Pic

By JV

from Mass

If I am jammin hard I use bigger picks. However, I like the medium 354's for playing my acoustic axe at home and my jazz axe on gigs. I lose these pics constantly, which is the only bad thing really. Over all, I often find myself searching for them, sifting through all of my various picks I've gathered over the years. And I am bummed when I can't find a 354.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good Pick

By Silver Foxx

from Ft. Worth, Texas

I bought these picks a little while ago and i have not broke one of them. I suggest the heavy ones because the will last longer. as i said i have not broke one but i have lost alot... they are easy to lose. it takes awhile to get used to them, but once you do they are great and you wont want to use any other pick

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(3 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Bad pick.

By Stinger

from Jonesboro AR

These Fender? 354 Guitar Picks are no good for metal...they break way to easy! They also slip from your hand all the time. I dont like them at all.

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