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Fender 351 Shape Premium Picks (12 Pack) for electric guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, and bass


Experience the classic feel of Fender no matter what guitar or bass you play. Fender picks provide comfort and high-performance flexibility for every performer, with a variety of sizes, shapes and thicknesses to suit the playing styles and preferences of every guitarist. Celluloid is a premier pick material and the cornerstone of the Fender pick collection for decades. Celulloid picks give the traditional feel and a warm, round musical tone. The traditional 351 shape, our most popular pick design, is a perfect accessory for players of versatile styles and techniques.

Product Features

  • Comfortable and familiar feel provided by the traditional 351 shape
  • Celluloid picks give the traditional feel, with a smooth striking surface and a warm, round musical tone
  • Heavy gauge picks are rigid and durable providing a smooth, warm tone with excellent attack
  • Fender picks provide comfort and high-performance flexibility for every performer
  • Sold as a convenient 12-pack

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Andrew M. says:

My favorite & number one, top pic for playing acoustic guitar This is the old reliable for me. I’d say that a pic is a personal choice, that depends on the size of your hands & fingers, and the kind of tone you get when you play. In other words, there isn’t a right or wrong, so much, but it’s more a matter of personal preference and taste. I’d also say that, as long as your strings aren’t buzzing, and sounding “bad”, then it’s ok to get whatever you want. But please, don’t just tear off a piece of cardboard, it sounds terrible, buy a pic, they are…

ReaderHal says:

In The Journey To Find The Perfect Picks, This One Just Might Fit Some Of Your Needs. As I’ve aged, drier and thinner skin has led to hanging on to a pick more difficult during play. Teardrop-shaped smaller picks tend to either slip sideways in my grasp or pop onto the floor now and again – even the textured grip types. The size and shape of the Fender Triangle 355 solved that problem, thank goodness. However, I was hoping the Medium would be .60 mm thick, but seems a bit thicker and thus stiffer than I prefer. I might become accustomed to them, but I’m also ordering this…

Reviews says:

Fiender for a purple 358 I like Fender 358 picks but can’t find them in any color but tortoise shell, so I buy these and cut the head off them with a razor. They’re often cheaper than the 358 for some reason too. Just lay a 358 over the top, mark it with a sharpie, cut and instant 358 in whatever thickness you desire. Everything size wise is the same except for that extra at the top hence the cut. I stopped using large picks when I got my hands on a 358. Smaller picks feel more natural than the larger ones. For me, it…

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