|Product Dimensions||7.11 x 4.09 x 1.8 cm; 10.1 Grams|
|Item Model Number||PCFST|
|Item Weight||10.1 g|
3 x Stainless Steel, Open Design, Metal Finger Picks for Guitar, Banjo, Dobro, etc. Fingerstyle Picks. Banjo Picks, fingerpicks, Finger Picks for Acoustic Guitar. Adjustable Large Medium or Small
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- HARD WEARING AND LIGHTWEIGHT STAINLESS STEEL FINGER PICKS. Ideal fingerpicks for acoustic guitar. banjo, dobro, resonator etc
- OPEN DESIGN MEANS THAT YOU CAN FEEL THE STRINGS FOR EXTRA CONTROL
- ONE SIZE FITS ALL. Adjustable to fit your fingers by bending the metal collar to form a snug fit. Large, medium or small all easily achievable.
- 3 X TONE DEAF MUSIC METAL FINGER PICKS. Fingerstyle guitar picks, fingerstyle picks for finger picking acoustic guitar and banjo
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3 x Tone Deaf Music Metal Finger Picks These fingerpicks are hard wearing and lightweight acoustic guitar finger picks and make ideal fingerstyle guitar picks / banjo picks. These banjo finger picks / finger picks for guitar can be adjusted to fit your fingers and have a lifetime return to base warranty
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I received them at by post at work this morning and now that I am home the first thing I did was pick up my banjo to try them. I have played with them on now for 30 minutes give or take an hour ;o)) and they are truly inspirational.
After a bit of expanding to get them on my fat fingers they fitted perfectly and the tips are right at the correct point wher my finger tips normally meet the strings - and I can feel the strings through the gap / hole / space / whatever you want to call it where there is usually metal on other lower quality picks. This gives me a much better sensitivity and feeling when I am playing.
I am away back to play some more tunes .... Jim
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1. The picks arrived very quickly after my order, especially considering that they traveled all the way from the UK to Idaho.
2. The quality seems to be very good; they are smooth, evenly shaped, and there are no sharp edges.
3. They seem to be very playable
1. I don't know about the "stainless steel" part of the description. What I do know is that my toolbox magnet is attracted to these picks as if they were common nails. I also know that my magnet will not pick up solid stainless steel screws. I often sort fasteners this way. Perhaps these picks are plated with stainless steel. I am not a metallurgist, however, so I can make no claim regarding their true composition. I just found this to be unusual.
2. These picks are very stiff, and it takes more effort to bend and form them to the fingers than fitting a set of Dunlaps. The Tone Deaf picks come sized very small, with the wrap-around ends touching, so they must be enlarged. The problem is that when you go to open them up to fit your fingers, they are no longer round. A good pair of non-marring jewelry pliers is highly recommended to get them to the right shape for your fingers. Needle nose pliers with tape wrapped around the ends of the jaws might work too.
3. The edges of the finger wrap-arounds on my Dunlaps are flared up a bit so they don't dig in, but the edges of the Tone Deaf picks are flat. I find that the Dunlaps are more comfortable as a result. This, of course, is purely subjective.
I don't think that they are bad picks, but I probably won't buy them again. YMMV.