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Unchanged since their introduction in 1930, they're made in the U.S. from the best nickel silver for...
Customizable acrylic guitar picks slip onto your fingers and act like fingernail extensions for precision...
Made for easy thumb picking. Medium or large sizes in six-packs, large sizes in a two-dozen pack.
Highly-polished thumb pick 12-pack perfect for any picker.
an essential guitar accessory for your style of playin'
When you want to be a more versatile master of your instrument, trying out finger and thumb picks is a great first step. Trying out different instruments is even easier with these picks on hand. These little accessories you can easily change up your playing style and allow you to tackle more complex picking tablature.Deciding to practice your picking allows you to try out a whole new category of songs. In order to be comfortable playing though, you need to choose a gauge that works with you. Most pick options allow you to choose the gauge so when you find a fit you like you can switch up the gauge depending on the song. Light gauge picks are very flexible in nature and are perfect for softer songs. Medium gauge options are perfect for standard playing styles and quicker arrangements, while the heaviest gauge stands up to lightning fast picking songs. It’s convenient to have one of each gauge on hand so you can easily switch it up depending on the specific song. The material of fingerpicks also helps to form your tone and sound as you play. Plastic options like the Fred Kelly Delrin Slick Picks or the Fender Thumb Shell Picks have a softer sound due to their flexible nature, while metal picks like the National Nickel Finger Picks have a louder, more precise metallic tone. There’s no right or wrong choice, it just all comes down to what tone you prefer. However you decide to use your finger and thumb picks you will enjoy the plucky resonance they provide. Being able to isolate strings and practice your picking technique opens up your musical options greatly. There are so many unique picking arrangements to try and of course, compose yourself.