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Fred Kelly Picks Delrin Bumblebee Jazz Standard Guitar Picks - Left Hand
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The Fred Kelly Bumblebee Jazz Standard Pick is a unique combination of a flat pick and thumb pick all rolled into one. It is fully adjustable and rot...Click To Read More About This Product
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A flat pick paired with an adjustable thumb pick for left-handed guitarists who play a variety of styles.
The Fred Kelly Bumblebee Jazz Standard Pick is a unique combination of a flat pick and thumb pick all rolled into one. It is fully adjustable and rotational, which makes it user-friendly and adaptable to your individual playing style. This pick is made of Delrin material and provides a soft and natural sound on the strings. The Bumblebee Jazz Standard Pick comes in Light, Medium, Heavy and X-Heavy and 3-piece and 24-piece packs. Choose the ones that fit your needs in the drop down menu.
- Flat pick and thumb pick in one
- Fully adjustable, rotational
- Designed for left-handed players
- User friendly
- Delrin construction
These picks are sure to cause a buzz next time you play (the good kind of buzz). Order today!
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- Cheap Plastic
- Hurts To Wear
- Not Really Adjustable
- Poor Quality
- Too small
Comments about Fred Kelly Picks Delrin Bumblebee Jazz Standard Guitar Picks - Left Hand:
Out of all of the picks I've bought lately, these were by far the most disappointing. I can't use them, because they hurt to wear, and since the strap is plastic, it digs into my cuticles. I thought I could adjust it, but it's really not adjustable. There's a tiny piece that will give you about a cm more room if you need it, but it doesn't adjust "up", just "out", so it still hurts. The pick itself is very flimsy, and small, which I actually like in a pick. I am hoping the mediums would suit me better, but these picks are already overpriced for the quality, and I don't want to buy them again.