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Tried them on a baritone uke. Needed quite a bit of pressure to keep steady or they would keep slipping. Perhaps I’m just used to plastic picks with more texture. I suppose if this were the only kind of pick I could adapt. I probably won’t use them much. Maybe give them away. My fingers can do the job.
The best felt pics are the ones sold by Fender. They are good-sized, easy to hang on to, and they stay firm for a long long time. These pics are smaller and after a relatively short amount of play they start to lose their stiffness and they start to bend. Skip these.
And.... all those "felt" pics where you get 15 for $5, those are absolute junk, they're some type of foam, not felt.
I didn't think I needed this that bad because my fingers work fine, but they started to get a little sore after learning to play for a month so I tried these because they were cheap. The sound is so much richer and more like what you see on tv, and my fingers don't hurt anymore! I won't play without a pic now!
I got my guitar a while ago and finally these showed up now I am ordering the other kit but it is only on B&H photo so now I got another 30 days to wait for those to show up. On-Stage products all get 5s these are perfect.