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Upgrowth Guitar Picks Musical Instrument Accessories 24Pcs

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Showcase your musical skills with the guitar picks! Classic shape, heavy weight, this guitar pick combine the traditional tone and feel, with beautiful and unique colors. It allowing you to change pick gauge on the fly by changeing the way you hold t...
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Specifications:


  • Classic shape, heavy weight, this guitar pick combine the traditional tone and feel, with beautiful and unique colors
  • It allowing you to change pick gauge on the fly by changeing the way you hold the pick
  • Features an easy-grip top that even the most aggressive of players can hold onto
  • By moving your grip back up and slightly loosening it you will get a thinner feel  

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Upgrowth Guitar Picks Musical Instrument Accessories 24Pcs


  • These guitar picks combine the traditional tone and feel, with beautiful and unique colors

Upgrowth Guitar Picks Musical Instrument Accessories 24Pcs


  • It allowing you to change pick gauge on the fly by changeing the way you hold the pick

Upgrowth Guitar Picks Musical Instrument Accessories 24Pcs


  • By moving your grip back up and slightly loosening it you will get a thinner feel  

How to Choose a Guitar Pick:


  • When choosing a guitar pick, it's good to know specifically how it will be applied. Not all picks are the same. As a guitar player, I'm always keen to use a heavier pick because it gives me a bit more control in my performance. Though in the studio, I often use a vast array of picks. So, I'm here to help make your decision a little easier
  • First, it's good to understand that there are many guitar picks for different applications. These differences become much more obvious in a recording studio environment, when every detail is placed under a microscope
  • For rhythmic strumming, I recommend gravitating toward a very thin pick. It is generally very flimsy and easy to manage. The benefit is that it offers a more percussive timbre than a heavier pick. This is great when you just need the bright, percussive, sheen. I prefer the Fender Thin pick for this application
  • A medium pick works a little better when you're trying to provide a more solid performance. It is a higher density and tends to offer more sustain and less percussive sound. Again, I gravitate to the Fender Medium pick
  • For more controlled performances, it is common to use a heavy pick. I prefer a 1mm Dunlop pick. It gives me more control and a feeling of security knowing I'm holding something that feels more weighted. I can "attack" the strings with more ferocity and still maintain command of the instrument

Tips & Warnings:


  • It's always a good idea to not buy one pick, but several. Perhaps, in bulk. All music stores will provide a vast selection of guitar picks. I suggest buying in bulk. They always seem to get misplaced or find their way into your laundry
  • Be careful not to leave guitar picks lying around if you have small children. Like many small objects, picks can be harmful if swallowed

Package Included:


  • 24 x Guitar Picks