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Fender Triangle Guitar Picks  Thin 6 Dozen

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Fender's large triangle pick provides 3 sides for picking and the largest body of any Fender pick. If you want a large pick to hold on to, this is th...Read More

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      Big size for big sound!

      Fender's large triangle pick provides 3 sides for picking and the largest body of any Fender pick. If you want a large pick to hold on to, this is the one for you!


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      FenderTriangle Guitar Picks
       
      4.6

      (based on 34 reviews)

      Ratings Distribution

      • 5 Stars

         

        (28)

      • 4 Stars

         

        (3)

      • 3 Stars

         

        (0)

      • 2 Stars

         

        (1)

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        (2)

      75%

      of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

      Pros

      • Easy to use (3)
      • Functional (3)
      • Good quality (3)

      Cons

      No Cons

      Best Uses

      No Best Uses
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        • Professional musician (3)

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Only pick for me for over 35 years

      Simply the only pick I use. Quality is as good or better than any other pick on the market. Value is great as the price for 6 doz in not bad and you have...Read complete review

      Simply the only pick I use. Quality is as good or better than any other pick on the market. Value is great as the price for 6 doz in not bad and you have to take into account that with three playing sides you are really getting 18 doz!On stage you will never be able to reach out, grab a pick (when you break one) from you pick holder and then get back to playing as fast as you can simply rotate the pick in your hand. That is the full reason why I have used these exclusively almost all of my playing life. Of course a dropped pick is a dropped pick and these won't help you there.Getting used to the size is just not a problem at all. A couple gigs and you be loving them. Also, because of the size, pick placement in your hand can cause suttle but noticeable changes in the effect (and sound) the pick will have on the string.I just simply don't use (and don't want to use) any other pick. If you are not sure about these, and don't want to take a chance buying 6 doz on an unknown, go to your local music store and get yourself two or three. I am willing to bet after a few nights on stage you will be back here ordering the 6 doz. Very highly recommended!

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      What happened to a once great pick?

      I had used Fender triangle medium picks since the mid 1970s. There was a time when these picks would very rarely crack or chip. Lately, I can't get though a song without chipping...Read complete review

      I had used Fender triangle medium picks since the mid 1970s. There was a time when these picks would very rarely crack or chip. Lately, I can't get though a song without chipping the corner of these picks. What happened? Did Fender change and cheapen the manufacturing formula?

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      5.0

      Love these picks

      By 

      from Ohio

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Quality
      • Great For Large Hands
      • Light weight

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Backup
      • Concerts
      • Practicing
      • Songwriting

      Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

      Extremely easy to grip and vary strumming patterns

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      5.0

      Fender Thin Picks

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      from Climax, Georgia

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Quality
      • Improves Sound
      • Very good

      Cons

      • No Cons

      Best Uses

      • Backup
      • Concerts
      • Practicing

      Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

      I like my Fender triangle thins, could not find them locally, but Musicians friend came thru w/ flying colors, will def. recommend them to my friends.

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      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      What happened to a once great pick?

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      from Houston, TX

      Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

      I had used Fender triangle medium picks since the mid 1970s. There was a time when these picks would very rarely crack or chip. Lately, I can't get though a song without chipping the corner of these picks. What happened? Did Fender change and cheapen the manufacturing formula?

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      5.0

      I WILL DWFINETLT RECOMEND THIS PRODUCT

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      from trimble ohio

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      Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

      these picks are very hard to find where I live, they are perfect for what I need. thank you

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      5.0

      My choice for the last 40 years

      By 

      from Frederick, MD

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Quality
      • Improves Sound

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

          In my opinion, the most versitile pick shape out there. Great acoustic flat pick, and you can vary the amount hanging out to vary the effective gauge when switching from rhythm to lead on electric. When they wear out, I use a 'pick punch' and make teardrop shape picks for my mandolin playing son in law. They are not as awkward as they look, and hard to drop when you're playing aggessively and your hands are sweaty.

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          (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Used to be great, now they're junk.

          By 

          from Green Bay, WI

          About Me Professional Musician

          Pros

          • None

          Cons

          • Poor Quality

          Best Uses

          • NONE

          Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

          I used these picks for over 20 years. The last gross I ordered were awful. They cracked and chipped at an alarming rate. I'd go through a pick about every couple songs. Absolutely terrible quality. I needed a good excuse to switch to a standard style of pick and I found it. I'll never buy Fender picks again. Or anything else, for that matter...their QC has gone down the toilet.

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          5.0

          Triangle Gitar Picks

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          from Arizona

          Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

          I've been using "Bermuda Triangles" for the last 35 years. If you play any aggressive lead guitar at all, you need one of these. You can really "dig in" when you want to. The three points make them long-lasting, too, because if one breaks, you have two more. They're great for playing gutsy rhythm on a flat-top. They even work great for mandolin! Lastly, if you drink onstage, these are easier to hang onto!

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Fender 355 large triangle pick - Heavy

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          from KY

          Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

          I grew up using these picks mainly because of the three sides. I played very hard in my younger days. Now that I'm older, I do not play as hard. I have purchased practically every expensive pick on the market but I always come back to these. I just ordered six dozen of the heavy's. I've never had a problem with their size and stiffness. I don't break them anymore but I tend to give them away and loose them.
          They hold up well.
          Catch a sale at Musician's Friend and work out to a be a quarter or less

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Ok Pics, pending on guitar used

          By 

          from North Carolina, U.S.A.

          Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

          These are good pics indeed. If I had to use Fender Brand Pics, then these would be my choice, the Mediums especially. I agree that these pics are great for playing rhythm, but whatever guitar one uses, I hope they have a stratch plate (pick guard), notably on acoustic guitars, because the sharp tips are likely to dig into the wood top overtime. Also, I've found that these pics work better with Fender Strats, Teles or replica guitars of those models. I play an Epiphone SG and I always had an issue of these picks getting stuck in the small crack of the humbucker pickup cavity, snatching the pick right out of my hand while playing. Again, these picks work better on solidbody guitars with single coil pickup cavities. I know these complaints sound trivial but take my word for it. The mediums don't really hold up that long but remember, they are made of celluloid, which is not as durable as Delrin, Ultem, Acetal, Nylon, or Lexan.

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          5.0

          The best Fender Pick

          By 

          from over there

          Comments about Fender Triangle Guitar Picks:

          I have used this shape in the thin and medium thicknesses.When I first saw the pick, I thought that it would be very big, slow, and awkward to hold. When I first used it, I was blown away. It is much sharper than a 351, so you can play much faster. It is also very easy to hold. Also, when one side becomes worn down, just switch sides. The only downside is that they make much more "click" noise than other smaller picks beause of the larger body. If fender made these in an extra heavy thickness I would immediately buy a half-gross. Try these, they're great for anything from jazz to METAL. The coated delrin(Tortex, Delrex, etc.) versions are great, too.

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