72 pieces of thin Gibson classic triangle celluloid wedge picks for that price. Is this a good deal or what? I allways try to buy bigger bundles of consumable musical accessory including guitar picks. That way I can spare some serious money.
My playing style can be occasionally quite rough, and I can break picks quite often. Thats why I prefer to use this pick shape. There are three times more picking corners to use while playing, compared to a teardrop or a narrow wedge pick. Every time I break a pick corner, I don't have to throw it away and get a new one. I just rotate it and my solo is not ruined. This pick model is as simple and straitghforfard one as they can be. Nothing fancy, no gripp, no teeth, just the pick. I started using these during 70's and I still am.
These thin picks are very good with ukuleles, nylon string guitars and thin string strumming guitars, and maybe some speed metal players might like them too.
Gibson celluloid picks are made of natural paperlike thermoplastic material. It is exactly the same material they are using to manufacture table tennis balls. Celluloid picks are also quite gentle to your strings, pickups, pickguards, etc. compared to syhthetic polymer materials or metal picks.