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Simglepile 2 18 February 25, 2016 at 06:57 PM in Musical Instruments (5) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by BeAuMaN February 25, 2016 at 07:57 PM
$5.99 for 16-Pack Guitar Pick with Box Thin, Medium, Heavy & Extra Heavy Gauges

Amazon[amazon.com] has Guitar Picks on sale with 40% off for $5.99
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0187288ME

Coupon code :SDODRDOL (save 40%)

Sixteen quality Celluloid Picks - more than 8 beautiful color designs. Four Different Thicknesses - Thin (0.46mm); Medium (0.71mm) ; Heavy (0.96mm); Extra Heavy (1.2mm).
Celluloid Material, providing a natural feel and warm, fat tone.
The delicate circular click-clack box fits easily into any pocket or guitar case, and is opened by pressing on the center of the lid (click!)
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#2
You can buy a quality brand such as Dunlop, and get thickness the same on all,
for less at MF or GC.per pick.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/gu...itar-picks

Clayton brand (very good picks) are even less than Dunlop

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/gu...ks-1-dozen
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$5.99 for an assortment of celluloid picks with somebodies logo on them doesn't seem very slick to me.
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#4
i love how the user photos have teh same branded straps too

coinkidoink
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#5
For $6 you can get 12 Dunlop Ultex ... they will never break .... sound awesome especially on Acoustics.
These celluloid picks are junk ... you get these stuff throw in for free when you buy strings, etc. with the merchant's logo stamped.
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