Planet Waves Assorted Pearl Celluloid Guitar Picks, 25 pack, Light

March 3, 2019 - Comment

25-pack of premium celluloid picks in an assortment of highly attractive pearlized colors. Light gauge. Celluloid is one of the most popular guitar pick materials today. Available in a wide variety of shapes, colors and thicknesses, celluloid is known for providing a natural feel and warm, fat tone. A man-made material, celluloid was first introduced

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25-pack of premium celluloid picks in an assortment of highly attractive pearlized colors. Light gauge. Celluloid is one of the most popular guitar pick materials today. Available in a wide variety of shapes, colors and thicknesses, celluloid is known for providing a natural feel and warm, fat tone. A man-made material, celluloid was first introduced in the early 1900’s as a substitute for natural tortoise shell picks. Planet Waves, part of the D’Addario family of brands, is known for innovative, problem-solving, quality musical accessories. Planet Waves offers a complete line of award-winning accessories including cables, picks, tuners, capos, straps, humidifiers, maintenance tools and more.

Product Features

  • 25 picks per package
  • Light gauge (50mm) ideal for strumming
  • Standard shape for comfortable playing
  • Premium quality celluloid provides natural feel and warm, fat tone
  • Planet Waves branded pick packaging is designed for minimal waste and environmental impact

Comments

Anonymous says:

They pick The pick felt comfortable in my hand as I strummed the first chord. The power of the PA system behind me made the stage quiver. Never before had a pick made me feel so alive. The crowd stared on as I moved to the second chord. Yet as soon as it became apparent that I was playing a jazz-fusion inspired remix of freebird at the gun show, I knew I had made a mistake.

Anonymous says:

Decent quality, but seems a little thin I’ve been playing with 1mm/heavy picks for about 20 years. Normally, I play with blue tortex picks, but wanted to mess around with some celluloid picks for a change of pace. I used to use Fender’s exclusively for this, but decided to give these a whack. For the most part, they play okay, but they feel a bit thinner (similar to .88 weight picks.) This isn’t a deal breaker by any stretch. Next time I might order extra heavy.

Anonymous says:

Don’t seem to last very long They’re pretty but they don’t last very long at all. I’m a hobby player (a few times a week) and the points on these seem to wear down very quickly. Like I seem to get two weeks out of them(?). I don’t think I’m aggressive player by any means. Maybe I need to use a heavier gauge pick.I’m not knocking this product, just letting you know my experience.

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