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ProPik Thumbpick

148 reviews
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Equipped with a smooth-wearing plastic tip, the Metal-Plastic Thumb Pick has great tone, requires no break-in, and eliminates that annoying grinding sound ordinary plastic thumb picks are prone to make.

Available in medium and large sizes.

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4.8 Based on 148 Reviews
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JJ
02/20/2021
Jerry J.
United States United States
Personal choice

I wish I could have tried one of these before I bought it. Never felt secure on my thumb regardless of how I bent it. Went back to the plastic national.

PL
02/17/2021
Patrick L.
United States United States
Pick comfort vs position

This is a very comfortable pick however, it sticks out too far in front of my thumb making it difficult to hit the correct string. It will take a lot of getting used to.

MG
02/15/2021
Mike G.
United States United States
I'm experimenting

My experience with Banjo Studio was very satisfying. They really helped my out trying to find thumb picks that would work for me on guitar. These ProPik thimbpicks are a superior quality than what I had seen The metal thumb "wrap" can be easily adjusted. It's still too early for me to know what I will settle on. I'm still learning to use a thumbpick.

BB
01/14/2021
Barry B.
United States United States
Delayed Gratification Thumb Pick

The good news: The pick arrived quickly, and the quality was everything I hoped for when I purchased it. The bad news: I ordered a left-handed pick, but received a right-handed one by mistake. The good new: David is making it right, and the correct pick is on the way. A little patience on my part will hopefully be worth it!

RK
01/10/2021
Rita K.
United States United States
Love it!

I really enjoy it and it fits perfectly. I am a petite woman and just surprised I needed a medium. The small was actually too small.

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