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Types of Guitar Picks

Dunlop Jazz III Guitar Pick
Dunlop Jazz III Guitar Pick

Shop for the Dunlop Nylon Jazz III Guitar Pick and receive free shipping on your order and the guaranteed lowest price.

Dunlop Tortex Guitar Picks
Dunlop Tortex Guitar Picks

Tortex Picks are highly durable with great memory and just the right about of flexibility for a snappy, fluid attack that's bright and crisp. Whether you're playing searing electric leads or strumming acoustic passages, the appeal of Tortex as a sonic paintbrush is universal.

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Fender Celluloid Guitar Picks
Fender Celluloid Guitar Picks

Celluloid is a premier pick material and the cornerstone of the Fender pick collection for decades. Celluloid picks give the traditional feel and a warm, round musical tone. The traditional 351 shape, our most popular pick design, is a perfect accessory for players of versatile styles and techniques.

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Herco Flex 75 Guitar Picks
Herco Flex 75 Guitar Picks

Herco Nylon Flex 75 Heavy Silver pick 12/pk Herco Nylon Flex 75 World-famous Herco Nylon Flat Picks feature uniform thickness and are extremely durable and long lasting.

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Sharkfin Guitar Picks
Sharkfin Guitar Picks

Most of today's guitar pick shapes were created by the company that made the first plastic pick in 1922, D'Andrea Picks. [citation needed] D'Andrea Picks was the first company to create custom pick imprinting in 1938, allowing customers to order imprinting up to 12 block letters.

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Tusq Guitar Picks - Graphtech
Tusq Guitar Picks - Graphtech

Choosing your pick tone is easy. The type of pick you use affects how you play and the tone you create. That's why we created TUSQ picks, the world's first and only pick with 3 distinct levels of harmonics.

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V-Picks Screamer Sapphire Blue
V-Picks Screamer Sapphire Blue

A lot of players never get the chance to try other V-Picks after ordering this one because they are so happy with the Screamer. Please note: the Screamer and the Acoustic are the exact same pick model.

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