These picks have a strikingly beautiful turquoise pearloid look and - as they're part of the popular 351 series - can be used for many music genres or playing styles. This pick has a warm, round sound.
This pick is thick enough to offer the resistance you want during fast and accurate guitar playing. Because they are made of celluloid, these picks are very durable.
This average-gauge pick by Fender is most notable for its exceptionally pretty blue pearloid look. Additionally, thanks to the use of celluloid, it is very durable and produces a warm tone.
The Fender 351 Premium Pick Pack Ocean Turquoise Thin is part of the massively successful 351 line and is durable with a round sound and a wide grip.
This red, pearloid pick is part of the popular 351 series, which means it has a pleasant size (not too narrow, nor too wide), a round tip and provides a warm tone.
The immensely popular, widely versatile and round-sounding 351 guitar picks are broad enough to hold on to tightly. This is the heavy version, especially suited for guitarists who like proper control over fast riffs and solos. Additionally, these picks generate a full, loud tone.
Fender's 351 Abalone Medium pick is a widely usable pick. The 351 is Fender's most favourite pick and offers a pleasantly wide grip along with a warm, musical tone.
This medium pick is thick enough to provide a proper sound and plenty of control, yet flexible enough for smooth playing.
Medium picks are excellent for guitarists who like plenty of control during solos yet still require some flexibility.
The 351 has long since been Fender's most-used guitar pick. Its size ensures a firm grip while the celluloid and the rounded tip produce a warm, musical tone.
Thin picks are especially useful when you predominantly play chords and are able to appreciate a light sound. Moreover, Fender's popular 351 picks are great to hold thanks to their wide surface.
Thin guitar picks, like the ones from this Fender 351 Pick Pack Blue Moto Thin, are excellently suited for light and smooth chord playing. The blue, pearloid pick is part of the 351 series that is highly popular among guitarists.