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Showcase 41's Fingerpick

11 reviews

Exact reissue of the old pre-war National fingerpicks. Pre-buffed and packaged as a pair.  These are killer banjo picks!

SHOWCASE 41 Prewar Replica Banjo Finger picks Banjo innovator Bill Stokes designed these right down to the materials and specifications of the the pre-war National banjo picks that are so coveted.

The picks are made with real German nickel silver and produce a great tone. The buffed finish produces less string noise and overtone along with being more comfortable then standard picks.. He made one improvement to the old National design and that was to design them so the holes in the picks would not dig in to your fingers as much.

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4.8 Based on 11 Reviews
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    CP
    08/17/2020
    Charles P.
    United States United States
    Great picks

    I’m new and just learning bluegrass banjo, but these picks are just light years better than the plastic ones! Far better feel and adjustability!

    JB
    07/23/2020
    Jerald B.
    United States United States
    Best fitting picks I've owned.

    These picks are very comfortable to wear even after an hour of playing.

    DW
    07/10/2020
    David W.
    United States United States
    Showcase 41's

    I love these picks for steel guitar. They are the only finger picks I will use.

    RO
    06/14/2020
    Robert O.
    United States United States
    Showcase 1941 picks

    The picks are very good after getting them adjusted and broken in a little.

    CO
    05/26/2020
    Christopher O.
    United States United States
    My Favorite Fingerpicks

    I've been playing Pedal Steel Guitar since 1972. Used a few brands of fingerpicks, Dunlops and several types of Nationals throughout the years. I've been using the Showcase 41s since 2002 and they are most assuredly my favorites. They feel, play and sound the best of any picks I've used, bar-none. I use them along with a John Pearse thumb pick. Between this combination of picks and my 1969 Emmons, D-10, I'm a happy man..!!

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