Harley Benton Small Tear Drop Pick Set 1,2

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Plectrum / Pick Set

  • With 12 picks
  • Celluloid
  • Gauge: 1.20 mm
Available since July 2012
Item number 281158
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Thickness 1,20
Delivery Quantity 12
£1.62
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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Delivery approx. between Monday, 1.07. and Tuesday, 2.07.
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43 Reviews

VH
Nice ones, just not my size
V. Harlot 20.02.2022
Got a pack of these just to try out something new. I expected them to be a bit bigger, turned out they're much narrower than your regular picks, so it takes some time to get used to. Other than that these picks are quite cool.
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The name said it all
Zolly03 13.01.2018
a batch of tear drop picks. they are kind of nice and cute, but really small and takes some time to get used to them. However, i don't know if it's worth it, their small shape makes it hard to develop a nice technique with them. Either way, a pack of good picks if you're into these tiny plectrums that disappear into thin air when dropped :)) i always wonder where they go
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T2
Pick these picks and you'll be ok
Teejay 2112 19.12.2018
Description says it all. A small, heavy pick with no give.
If that's what you like in a small pick, then you'll like these. I certainly do!!
And the price is a steal, for a pack of ten.

I just wish they'd make them in white, so you could see 'em when you drop them!!. :)
Overall, Highly recommended!
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VK
Too slippery for me
Victor Kamradt 28.01.2021
I wanted to try a smaller pick. After getting used to the size I felt that it was slipping from my fingers, not because of size but the texture. Feels good for fast-paced solos but not so much for rhythm. Maybe I'll try to find a similar shape and size but with a different material or extra grip.
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