Picks were exactly as advertised. I am always looking around for a guitar pick so I decided to order a large quanitity so I don't have to waste my time looking around for one. The pick assortment was such that I decided to place a second order.
I'm normally a Fender tortoise shell Heavy/Extra Heavy user, but I was running low and decided to take a chance on these picks. I was NOT disappointed. They feel better than any Dunlop pick I've ever played (which is what every other guitar player I've met in the past 10 years seems to play). Plus, they feel and last as long as the Fender picks do. I'm definitely satisfied with them.
I ordered these for my daughter who will be very please when she gets them. It was a very nice variety pack with the 3 different sizes so she can decide the size of the pick that she prefers when she plays. Of course she will love the colors too.
I purchased this bundle of guitar picks to fill a jar I have.
I was thinking it was goign to be cheapo picks, but the bundle was actually decent.
it does the job and there is a variety of picks in different colors and thicknesses.
I highly recommend them.
48-pack of premium celluloid picks in an assortment of highly attractive pearlized colors and gauges.Celluloid is one of the most popular guitar pick materials today. Available in a wide variety of shapes, colors and thicknesses, celluloid is known for providing a natural feel and warm, fat tone. A man-made material, celluloid was first introduced in the early 1900's as a substitute for natural tortoise shell picks.Stylish in pearlized colors, these guitar picks are the most popular picks out there today. Not too thin and not too heavy, they are just right for every guitar-playing style.Attractive, stylish, beautiful sound.The Right Fit No Matter the AgeIt does not matter if this pick will be used by someone who is six-years old or sixty-years old, the Planet Waves Standard guitar pick will be just what the doctor ordered. The pearl finish is attractive enough for kids to want to use, thick enough not to snap when used on electric guitars, and thin enough not to muddle the sound of the strings.Celluloid, Historically SpeakingInvented in 1856, celluloid is considered the first invented thermoplastic. This was the first plastic ever used to produce picks, and it is still used today--especially for guitarists aiming for vintage tone. Celluloid is easily molded and shaped, and it was first widely used as an ivory replacement. Easy to manufacture, easy to produce, celluloid is the favored pick of guitarists around the world.