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I keep my fingernails quite short, so when I first picked up the ukulele, I wanted to try some uke picks to see if that would help with tone. Using these felt picks helps me to project better than with my bare fingers. However, I feel that the picks are just too thick. They tend to get caught on strings, and to my ear they dig in TOO much, and can make the uke sound really forceful and unnatural. The worst part is that it is extremely difficult to hold on to these, so I feel like I have no control over my sound when the pick is sliding all over the place. I think the ideal uke pick would be a tad thinner, or at least less stiff, and would have some sort of grip on one end to be able to get a hold of it.
I’m a beginner in playing instruments so I don’t know if this is an accurate description of how it went for me. Thing is I am having a hard time playing with this over the strings of my ukulele. This fumbles and fray so easily I don’t like it. And it leaves dusty residue behind.
I'm a newby to the Uke. I wanted to see how the sound of a strum differs with a pick. Much louder, for sure, but I still prefer to strum with my fingers. I still keep a pick with me, for the times I want to use it. The value of these picks is very good compared to others I saw. Since I don't use it often, I have not had a problem with the felt breaking down or leaving lint.
The picks seem to be fine as far as function. I chose these over another brand despite these being slightly more expensive and not prime eligible because of the bright colors in the photo. The picks that I received are white, with the faintest hints of color. It looks like the color was lightly sprayed onto the picks rather than being properly dyed.