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1.14mm Pick Tortex Black Gold Q/p72

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Original price was: $0.90.Current price is: $0.76.
SKU: 114BLK
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0.73mm Pick Tortex Sharp Q/p72

$0.80
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Dunlop .96 Ultex Primetone

$5.95
SKU: 96UPS
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Dunlop 1.5mm Ultex Primetone

$5.95
SKU: 150UPR
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0.88mm Pick Standard Dark Grey Q/p72

$1.00
SKU: GDP4
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0.88mm Pick Sharp Yellow Q/p72

$1.50
SKU: GDP13
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0.73mm Pick Standard Medium Grey Q/p72

$1.00
SKU: GDP3
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0.73mm Hetfield Black Fang Pick

$2.95
SKU: 73HBF
Weight

0.1 kg

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Tortex Jazz Xl Picks, .88mm

$6.50
SKU: JPT288
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0.75mm Pick Flex 75 Hvy

$0.90
SKU: 75HER
Weight

0.1 kg

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0.50mm Pick Tortex Black Gold Jazz Q/p72

$0.90
SKU: 50JAZ
Weight

0.1 kg

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G.dennis Picks Super .73mm

$1.00
SKU: GDP8
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Discover the Impact of a Simple Pick on Your Playing

Discover the impact of a simple pick on your playing with our assortment of Guitar and Bass Picks. These small yet essential tools not only protect your strings but significantly shape the tone and feel of your playing.

Our collection includes picks in various materials such as celluloid, nylon, delrin, and tortex, each providing a unique tone and feel. Celluloid picks deliver a warm, vintage tone, while nylon picks are known for their flexibility and durability. Delrin and tortex picks, on the other hand, offer a bright tone and a strong grip.

Thickness:

The thickness of the pick also influences your sound and playing style. Thin picks, often preferred by strummers, provide a softer sound, while medium picks are versatile and suited to both strumming and picking. Thick picks, favored by lead guitarists and bassists, offer precision and a heavier tone.

Shape:

The shape of the pick also matters. Standard shape picks are popular for their comfortable grip and versatility. Jazz shape picks, smaller and sharper, offer greater control and accuracy for intricate solos. Large, triangular picks provide a larger grip area and are often preferred by bass players.

Whether you’re a beginner needing your first set of picks or a seasoned player looking for the perfect tone and feel, our selection of Guitar and Bass Picks has something to offer everyone. Browse our collection and discover the perfect pick for your playing style.