Fender 351 Standard Guitar Picks  

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


 
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Fender351 Standard Guitar Picks
 
4.0

(based on 5 reviews)

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4.0

Exactly what I ordered

By synergy

from Granite Falls,NC

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Pros

  • Easy To Use

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    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Fender 351 Standard Guitar Picks:

    It's only frikken picks.

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    4.0

    Good Picks

    By ekg98

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Fender 351 Standard Guitar Picks:

    Good Picks. Been using the dunlop tortex green picks for years. Tried the fender celluloid picks for the vintage factor. I am going to be switching over. The tortex picks slip out of my hand when I get sweaty. The fender celluloid feels a bit sticky to me. Might be just my skin but there does feel a bit more friction between my skin and the fender pick.

    Yes they wear a bit quicker and do have a different feeling. I clean my guitar regularly so I dont have a problem. They do make a bit of a sound with each note if they are worn. The celluloid is not as smooth on the contact edge when it is worn. This adds a bit of friction and sounds similar to a pick grinding sound. I found that I can take a finger nail and scrape the celluloid shavings/burrs away and the sound from the wear gets to be less. Regularly having to do that stinks and it might only last a song or so before you have to do it again. This sound can be seen as both an advantage or disadvantage. Most of the older vintage artists used celluloid picks.

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    2.0

    Picks that can't play as hard as you.

    By Peter L.

    from Vienna, VA

    Comments about Fender 351 Standard Guitar Picks:

    Fender picks are better than no picks at all, but I do not advise this product to a person that plays his or her guitar frequently. Usually I have to renew my pick supply for the obvious reason: picks are small and they get lost in so many places. However, Fender picks especially need to be replaced because regular playing chips away the point until it is circular and stubby. This also covers the pickguard and pickups of your beloved guitar with the dust that used to be the point of the Fender pick. Not very pretty. I would recommend Tortex picks instead (or any Dunlop pick), which I find hold up exceptionally well despite very hard playing.

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    5.0

    great picks

    By Will T.

    from Canada

    Comments about Fender 351 Standard Guitar Picks:

    These are nice sturdy picks. I use the medium ones, and they're not too heavy or too thin. They last a long time, I've been using the same one for months.

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    (48 of 93 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Best Guitar Picks: FENDER

    Comments about Fender 351 Standard Guitar Picks:

    I have always been very pleased with Fender guitar picks. I have many friends who play guitar and all of them and I use these things! They don't break as easily as some picks, and they last! I love these things! METALLICA RULES!!!!

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