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Fred Kelly Picks Delrin Speed Large Guitar Picks (24 picks) Heavy 

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Fred Kelly's Speed Pick was designed to be fast on the strings. The long, slim shank allows for precision, speed, and truer tonal clarity. It has a comfortable, yet securely fitting thumbhole, and is available in the delrin material. Delrin is an extremely strong material, and provides a soft and natural sound on the strings. The Speed picks are color coded in Yellow-light, Orange-medium, and White-heavy.


 
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Fred Kelly PicksDelrin Speed Large Guitar Picks (24 picks)
 
5.0

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5.0

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from Las Vegas, NV

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Practicing

    Comments about Fred Kelly Picks Delrin Speed Large Guitar Picks (24 picks):

    I am trying this product because Gary Jacob uses it. He is a finger picker. Pedal steel guitar and Rickenbacker 12. This is lighter gage than the mediums. The strike surface is smaller than the large size thumb picks I have been using. Perhaps this will even out the volume between the skinny strings and the large diameter strings. The big thumbs picks striking 1/5 bass lines on strings 6, 5, and 4 and can over power strings 3, 2, and 1 doing the appregiated rhythms and lead lines. Perhaps this will make the volume more even. Finger picking is lovely. Do not strum a 12 string with a flat pick. The human ear can handle 1, 2, or 3 notes at a time. More than that is too much. Besides, with a 12 string, you already have tons of overtones going on.

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