Fender Classic Celluloid thin guitar picks are sold in convenient packs of 12.
REVIEW SNAPSHOT®by PowerReviews
Most Liked Positive Review
These Picks Are Great!!!
I bought these picks when I was just getting good at guitar about six months ago and other than losing a few, I haven't broken any at all. These picks look cool and are...Read complete review
I bought these picks when I was just getting good at guitar about six months ago and other than losing a few, I haven't broken any at all. These picks look cool and are are a great by. Get the mediums!!!
Most Liked Negative Review
Name isn't everything
It's sad that such a famed guitar maker could not do it's pics justice. Picslide with these at all and you're gonna find yourself grabbing a new pic. These do not hold up nearly...Read complete review
It's sad that such a famed guitar maker could not do it's pics justice. Picslide with these at all and you're gonna find yourself grabbing a new pic. These do not hold up nearly as well as they should. I went through about 24 of these guys in a few monts. I don;t mean used lightly and replaced, i mean that these were SHREDDED afterwords. I would go with the Dunlop Tortex easily.
Reviewed by 14 customers
I always buy these celluloid confetti guitar picks because they are very durable. I purchase the thin profile for my Fender American Standard Jazz Bass. They perform well for funky bass lines, and don't break when I throw down on my bass. I also use these picks for my Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro Electric Guitar, and they perform well playing any type of music, from rhythmic country ballads to screaming hard rock. I'd like to add that I purchase 95% of my guitars, picks, and accessories from Guitar Center. Online for the small stuff, so I don't have to run to my local Guitar Center in Waco, TX, just for picks, strings, etc. For Guitars, amps, and any "Big" stuff, I go to my local Guitar Center store, where these folks know their stuff.
These are the best picks I've used. They last a long time even when playing any genre of metal, blues, etc... The confetti color makes them easy to find as they don't blend in with their surroundings. I always buy the thin thickness and use a piece of emery cloth to conture them into any profile I feel comfortable with. I recomend trying these. The value well exceeds the price.
So I just got this today and played my guitar. I used to use medium picks, but until I got this today, I love it. The notes sound better and it makes the notes sound really good. I prefer that you guys should buy it.
I bought these picks as a gift for someone who does play guitar, and he likes them. My only complaint is that as these were bought on-line, they were shipped to me twice. And that's because whoever packed them just threw them in the box with the other items and the little plastic box came open, spilling all the picks out. They all escaped the box, which was not very securely taped, hence I received no picks. The second attempt at shipping wasn't much better--they were placed in a small box (ever hear of padded envelopes?)and they also escaped the package, but luckily, not the entire box, although 4 of them were visible in the edges of the, again, not very securely taped box. A small piece of tape to secure the pick container itself to prevent it from opening would be an idea.
I play this with my acoustic, and so far, it's pretty much my favorite pick ever. I use it for both strumming and picking and love it either way. I highly recommend these.
One of the often overlooked skills in playing guitar is pick control. This is obvious to an experienced player but not so for the beginner. For 20 years I have avoided celluloid picks because of there tendency to be to "harsh" on the attack and lack of flexibility. The Fender picks are amazingly controllable. I use the thin picks which have plenty of bite when pounding the strings but enough flex to remain in control and in your grip. When picking I grip closer to the tip, that gives me a nice clean strike on the string. While strumming I grip higher which gives me a clean sweep across the strings and the pick flexes just enough not to fly from my hand. I have also never broken one yet. I have about 3 dozen lying around right now and don't expect to ever switch over again. In summary this pick will flex but has strength. The flex is controllable, the picks stay where you grip them and they won't break easily.
I just bought these picks a couple a days ago and they are great, they dont break, andf if you lose them there easy to find, the color is great. i recommend that you buy them.
This is one of the best picks ive ever used. i have them in medium and they are very strong and easy to find if you lose them. the confetti design is awsome to. i would recomend this pick to anyone.
i did an experiment i bought a pack of these (thin) and took one out and bought a pack of dunlop tortexs and took one out (.60mm) i was going to see which pick would last longer. I used the dunlop for about two montha until it was almost broken down. I used the fender for 5 months! of course this depends on how much you play but i would go with these they last forever
These are the only picks I use. Love the look and feel. I definatly recommend these
Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination.