With its extra wide 355 shape, it provides additional surface area to grip and multiple picking sides for maximum grasping power
A celluloid pick has a traditional feel. It has a nice smooth striking surface and a warm, round sound
If you are seeking a warmer sound than a heavy pick, but the flexibility of a thin pick, medium gauge picks are the best choice.
Picks for fenders provide a high level of comfort and durability Everyone should be able to perform to their maximum potential
This convenient 12-piece set is available in a variety of sizes You will find plenty of gear
Questions & Answers
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Yes, I will ship to your country. I apologize for the delayed response.
I want to know what is the thickness of the Fender 355- Can you explain the weight?
As this was not the Fender Heavy pick I bought, I have no idea. You were unable to reach me. I apologize.
The large pick is bigger than the standard pick, right?
Pick of the day. Although I do not have it with me, it appears to be about 1 1/4 to 1 3/8" in size. The flex of the thin pick makes me very happy. I have used it for rhythm for many years. I wish you the best.
Would anyone know where I can get some pick holders Whether or not it is one that can set on a tabletop is not important to me. ?
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Selected User Reviews For Fender 355 Shape Classic Celluloid Picks (12 Pack) for electric guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, and bass, 355 - Medium, Multicolor (Tortoise Shell)
There is a too thin layer of thickness
The triangle shape suits me perfectly because I am a big guy and it's difficult for my hands to hold the pictures in place. With my huge hands and 5 foot 5 inch height, I have a lot of muscle. Since most of my life has been devoted to massage, I wonder if the reason I can't hold onto smaller pictures is because my muscles have been over extended in my hand. This size photo is amazing. It is rare for me to drop these pictures if they are this large. This product was used with a steel string guitar with acoustic electric pickup. When I used to play at church, I thought this thickness was what I used. It has been over 25 years since I have used a picture. The only time I pick with my nails is when I'm using my fingers. It has a similar feel to strumming with a playing card. When strumming, there is a slight clack clack sound. In fact, I will still use it to create a cool sounding background for In order to create a good guitar sound, I have ordered medium thick picks.
| Jan 19, 2021
The interesting twist is that I usually use the medium triangular pick for Fender and I took a YouTube tutorial on scratching to learn how to scratch like Nile Rogers and the advice was to use a thin, so I bought a packet of those
If you are scratching at a 7th or a 9, you are able to get a good grip on one, they certainly click. The thickness of the two panels is actually exactly the same as if I had laid them on top of each other. If I were to continue experimenting, I would probably reach for a semi-thick one. However, when I am hitting rhythm power chords, I feel more comfortable with a medium thickness. In order to tell them from mediums at a glance, I had to dab some whiteout on them.
| Mar 17, 2021
You Might Find This One To Fit Some Of Your Needs On Your Journey To Find The Perfect Picks
I have found that my skin has become thinner and drier as I change in age, which has made holding a pick more difficult. I have a teardrop- I often find that smaller picks slip in my grasp or fall to the floor - they usually tend to be shaped like oddballs. All types of grip, even the textured ones. I am grateful that the Fender Triangle 355 solves that problem with its size and shape. The Medium, however, seemed like a good fit for me. It is 60 mm thick, but I find it to be a bit stiffer and thicker than I'd Perhaps I will get used to them, but I am also ordering this model in Thin, in case it is The Medium 355 Triangle seems to be about perfect for me as it stays in my grip and is properly oriented without my having to squeeze it so tightly that my wrist becomes stiff. Every person has their own reasons for choosing one pick over another, and each person has his or her own scenarios. It would be my pleasure to provide my feedback on guitar picks with the hope that it will be helpful in their search.
| Sep 24, 2020
This pick was just what It was a heavy 355 for me
This is a classic tortoise shell pattern pick, with a big triangular shape. The product I usually use is Jim Dunlop. While learning a new style, I found that my grip changed a lot and I needed a new stick. There was no way of doing that easily with the 88s. It is clear to see that these picks are top notch. Even though they are heavy picks, there is a bit of give to them. They don't have a lot of stiffness. These meet my expectations quite well. I was even surprised when the package arrived earlier than I The product was excellent. I will definitely order from them.
| Sep 04, 2020
Those are some great picks! I have these picks for 5 years now and they have always been and still are perfect! Everything was delivered safely and without I play one of my acoustic guitars with this, and it's the perfect size and thin enough to fit in my hands without being constricting
In fact, there are so many of them that I am likely to find another one somewhere if I cannot locate the first one! D So This has lasted this long so far without any Your heart will melt when you meet.
| Apr 22, 2021
The size of the triangles (355) is among my favorite picks
355 triangle picks have always been a favourite pick of mine since I was a teenager. I am clumsy, and my hands get sweaty very easily (guitar is a challenging instrument due to They are very durable and work the same even if you lose your grip and they rotate in your hand.
I bought all three My favorite tone for strumming a 12 string guitar is thin, medium for a 6 string, and heavy to pick at my bass guitar when I want to.
Do you have any questions? Do you have large Would you like your picks to last as long as possible? These are worth it! As this shape is huge (the better to hold on to), has three corners (the better to use for a long time), and looks like a slice of pizza (the better to look cool when you leave it on your desk), it will allow you to hold it for a long time
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| Aug 21, 2020
A great option that is unlike anything else out there
If you'd like your tone to have more "edge" then these picks are for you. My opinion is that it takes some time to adjust to it, but it's worth it in the end. In addition to their size, these are also good for live playing. Despite being heavy, I would estimate that they are not as hard as a heavy standard size pick would feel, so expect them to feel as medium as a standard size.
| May 13, 2021