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Fender 346 Shape Shell Extra Heavy (1/2 gross)

Fender 346 Shape Shell Extra Heavy (1/2 gross)
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By Roger
Roslyn, PA
Alternative Mandolin pick
March 6, 2019
Similar to Primetone 1.5... Slightly rounder points, softer material with a bit more flex (not a bad thing for old hands.)
Softer attack. Different. Worth trying & keeping on hand.
By metal s.
this is the greatest guitar pick ever
July 4, 2016
i've written 100's of songs using these sumbitches. ever since...um...i'm trying to remember what on earth was available (at music stores) in 1971, 1972. maybe maybe not. but anyway, i ordered a "gross" of them at some point in the late 80's (to replace my willy-nilly music store counter-bin purchase point for them, when they disappeared from the counter bins -- the EXTRA HEAVY weight pictured here)

nothing like it, for writing "hard rock" or "garage rock" (hard rock played slower) or "heavy metal" (hard rock played heavier) etc.

i have pictures somewhere of customized AC/DC and Ramones guitar picks (for stage use) of these if the holiday intern can sober enough long enough to find them (on the D:/ files) but hey, whatever.

i want to give these picks "50 stars" but the scale stops at 5, booooo.

holding one in your right hand when your guitar is on fire making up cool chord changes, must be like what Babe Ruth felt like in 1927, swinging his favorite bat in the on-deck circle.
By Woof
Fender 346
April 20, 2012
I've search for these everywhere and hated EVERY other pick I've tried to replace them with. I highly recommend them for Shredding on electric, acoustic - if I leave you any......
By Geo
Good Picks
March 9, 2010
Extra Heavy celluloid picks help give the tone and dynamic range I am famous for. The large rounded triangle shape provides more surface area for a secure controlled grip without excess tension. I thought they stopped making these. Wow! Am I ever glad to find a source for my favorite picks!
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