Fender Premium Cell Mix Pick Set 24

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Pick Set

  • Classic 351 shape
  • Thickness: Mixed (thin, medium, heavy)
  • Quantity in a pack: 24
Thickness Set
Delivery Quantity 24
available since August 2019
Item number 471267
sales unit 1 piece(s)
10,30 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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Standard and Pretty
Ebos 20.12.2020
The pattern and colors on the picks I personally find very appealing and pretty; however note that the 'Fender' logo wears off within about a day.

It's hard to comment on their durability as you can't set a general tone with an assortment of picks in different thicknesses. If you're using the thin picks for strumming on an acoustic or playing funk on electric etc and the heavy gauges for your jazz, metal and whatnot, yeah sure they're durable-ish, nothing that's too impressive or disappointing.

Finally, the grip I'd say is not too great. Especially compared to something like a Tortex or some other Dunlop picks.

Let's face it, these are the picks you buy because you like looking at them, not because they're great. If you want a 'good' pick, you'd much better opt for something else.
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Really nice picks
Cristian B 29.12.2021
3 different thickness picks, perfect for start playing any piece. It does work smoothly on electric & acoustic guitar
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Good Set For Good Price
Irina Ivanova 08.12.2021
I am just a beginner, so I don't have much experience. But I like the set, have nothing to complain about.
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Good for finding your own
Mtto 24.05.2020
As a bass player i always play with fingers.

When I started playing guitar I had no idea what pick to use, so this was a good way of trying thing out.

Turned I only liked the thick gauges, and I still have enough of those in the set to justify the expense.

Durability seems ok, playing a couple hours a day for about two months, pick one still looks and feels like new.

On the down side: is only one shape / size of picks. If, like me, you start with zero idea of picks, it would be nice to try different size as well. I suspect I may light a smaller one more.
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