Standard picks 351

(4 customer reviews)

  • Production time: 5 working days
  • Shipping: Courier – 3.90 £
  • Material: Celluloid
  • High resolution printing with highly resistant inks
  • Color : White or Black
  • Thickness : 0,45 Thin – 0,71 Medium – 0,94 Heavy – 1,50 Extra Heavy
  • Price: From 15.00 £

Easily customize your pick with our online editor, in complete autonomy you can make an original and unique pick, for a gift, or to promote your business or your band with an exceptional and original advertising vehicle.

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Custom Standard 351 pick

Incredible colours and sharpness

Order your standard pick – in beautiful colours and excellent print quality. At Thepickshouse.com we use only HP inks. This latex ink with UV protection will give you more refined colours, contrast and image sharpness. It is also completely solvent-free and suitable for allergy sufferers.

Shipped in a very short time

Your picks are processed in 5 days and shipped by courier. So you can receive them in a very short time. We take great care in checking your graphics to make sure that the product is perfect and finished before shipping.

The classic pick that everyone uses.

The most balanced picks in terms of sound are certainly those in celluloid, which is the oldest and most widespread material with which picks are still made today. Resistant and with a soft attack, suitable for all genres and types of guitar.

Price

Weight 0.01 kg
Dimensions 0.1 × 3 × 3 cm

4 reviews for Standard picks 351

  1. lebron

    great quality, my picks are awesome!!

  2. paul Sally

    I liked the picks, great color, great print quality

  3. sarah

    I bought for my boyfriend a couple of picks, he loved it!

  4. robert hallow

    perfect print, fast delivery, thank you very much

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WARNING!

Our editor allows you to print the picks on the whole surface [1], however, being a layer of surface ink anchored to the plastic, the friction on the strings would take away the ink on the tip [2]. If you want to use the picks to play, we recommend leaving the tip uncovered [3].