Harley Benton Small Tear Drop Pick Set 1,5

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Plectrum / Pick Set

  • With 12 picks
  • Celluloid
  • Gauge: 1.50 mm
Available since July 2012
Item number 281159
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Thickness 1,50
Delivery Quantity 12
6,35 AED 1,60 €
Plus 277 AED shipping
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Since we ship from Germany, additional costs through taxes and customs may be incurred
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Good value if you like tear drop shaped picks
JohnDavid 01.11.2018
These picks are a good value, last as long as anything else out there, and give you a warm sound, which I happen to like. If you like tear drop shaped picks that are thick I think you will like these. I usually play jazz III shaped picks and I thought I would give these a try but I find them a little bit too narrow and uncomfortable to use. This is a personal preference and isn't a criticism of the product, I think they would be great if you like the tear drop shape.
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El L Only L 25.03.2021
I would like to buy also HB picks but in style of dunlop jazz III. These are not flexable to different genres music
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Its size is perfect.
Anonymous 15.08.2016
Because its size, you can feel more your instrument and you can produce more dynamic and clear sound. Your fingers are close to the strings, so some picking techniques are easier to use. Sadly it can be often lost, because its size and color. Its thickness is nearly perfect for anything from metal palm muting to light jazzy playing.
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Anonymous 03.12.2014
I have quite long, thin fingers so i thought these are going to be perfect for me - i was wrong. Grip is the worst thing about them, they are so tiny they just slip out of my fingers - now i use dunlop max grip in variety of thicknesses and they are much better. Hard to strum with these as well. Overall quality is good, might be quite some time before you wear them out
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