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The Fred Kelly Delrin Freedom Pick is a new innovation in finger pick design and is ideal for guitar and in particular Clawhammer Banjo. The Delrin provides a very comfortable fit and natural feel on the strings.

£3.99

From Dr Sherpa, a pair of Nickel steel finger picks and a shell thumb pick. A matched set for picking in the Scruggs Three-Finger-Style. The finger picks are adjustable for size, the thumb pick is Standard size that will fit medium to large thumbs.

£1.55

USA made Nickel Silver Fingerpicks by Jim Dunlop

£3.49

The Fred Kelly Poly Freedom Pick is a new innovation in finger pick design and is Ideal for guitar and in particular Frailing and Clawhammer banjo.

£1.49

From Alaska Pik USA, the over the finger, under the nail finger and thumbnail pick for stringed instrument pickers on banjo, mandolin, guitar, autoharp, dulcimer, harp, ukulele etc. These innovative USA designed and made picks can be manicured, clipped and filed to a preferred shape and length. Please see below for user and 'manicure' instructions

£1.75

Genuine "German Silver" (Nickel, Zinc, and Copper Alloy) of extra light weight. Pointed Tips make perfect clean attack at any angle. When worn backwards on the middle finger it can be used to great effect for Clawhammer banjo.

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Performance boosting! These one-of-a-kind angled picks let you hit the strings squarely with minimized finger movement, so you get a boost of tone, speed and volume. Super comfortable fit—stays tight and secure to your finger without pinching or digging into cuticle.

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Super comfortable fit—stays tight and secure to your finger without pinching or digging into cuticle. Choose between Brass or Nickel Plated and blade style. See chart for details.

£4.19

From Dr Sherpa, a pair of nickel steel finger picks and a nickel steel thumb pick. A matched Set of .015" picks for Power Picking in the Scruggs Three-Finger-Style. The finger picks are adjustable for size, the thumb pick is Standard size that is adjustable to fit medium to large thumbs.

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  • Made in the U.S.A

A 'Set of 5' Alaska Pik's with your choice of sizes...Please tell us the sizes that you require by writing in the 'special instructions' section when you order.


From Alaska Pik USA, the over the finger, under the nail finger and thumbnail pick for stringed instrument pickers on banjo, mandolin, guitar, autoharp, dulcimer, harp, ukulele etc. These innovative USA designed and made picks can be manicured, clipped and filed to a preferred shape and length. Please see below for user and 'manicure' instructions

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With its exposed fingertip design, this pick lets you touch the string as you play for greater control and a natural feel. You'll also get an increase in volume. Unlike your natural fingernails, that can break or wear thin, Finger-Tones work like the perfect nail: always ready to use and maintenance free. Made of Nickel-silver, they will hold up to frequent use and they are lightweight and non-bulky. Large or Medium.

£1.20

Shell Plastic Fingerpicks

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Sized for women and children. No altering or reshaping of large size picks to get them to fit your fingers; play in comfort right from the start.

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What sets Reso finger picks apart from the ones that you currently use is Reso's angled blade. Made for the technical demands of steel and resophonic guitar playing, these angled blade picks let you hit the strings more efficiently without contorting your hand or fingers. Increase tone, speed and volume with Reso guitar picks.

£1.20

Clear Plastic Fingerpick

£2.49

A matched pair of nickel finger picks from Dr Sherpa.

£1.10

White Plastic Fingerpicks

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Inspired by the popular National pick made in the late 20’s, this ProPik combines vintage style looks with a more comfortable fit. A special pierced wrap secures the pick to your finger without needing to be overly tight. These picks are made for playing banjo, fingerstyle guitar, dobro, lap steel, pedal steel, resophonic guitar, Steel guitar and Autoharp. 

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Pointed tip blade creates an extra bright tone.

£2.99

The Fred Kelly Left-Hand Banjo Pickers Set includes a Fred Kelly Left-Handed Poly Slick Pick and a pair of Dr Sherpa Nickel Finger Picks. 

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Performance boosting! These one-of-a-kind angled picks let you hit the strings squarely with minimized finger movement, so you get a boost of tone, speed and volume. Choose Finish first and then Blade Angle.

£10.99

The Perfect Touch Thumb Pick from Rusty Thornhill is a must to be tried by guitar, banjo, dulcimer, dobro and other stringed instrument players that are troubled with standard type thumb picks that feel ‘awkward’ to use. The Perfect Touch Thumb pick has a unique and innovative design. The white Delrin DuPont ‘pick’ is attached to a comfortable double wrap nickel body that fits comfortably, and firmly on your thumb in the ‘perfect position.’
Hand crafted in Tennessee USA by Rusty Thornhill, the Perfect Touch thumb pick ...supplied with a lifetime guarantee that you won't wear it out.

£19.99
RRP £21.97
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A LEFT HAND Thumb and Finger Pik 'Extra Comfortable Split Wrap Style' set for banjo players ...Also excellent for fingerstyle guitar, resophonic guitar, steel guitar and autoharp. This Nickel Silver set will give a brighter tone than brass, and is excellent for bluegrass style. Available in Medium or Large. Set includes one ProPik Good Grips LEFT HANDED Metal-Plastic Thumb Pick and two extra comfortable Split Wrap Style fingerpicks.

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Get a performance boost with Sharpie Fast Picks. This model features a Fast Picks angled blade, which will help you play faster and with less effort. This pick, like the standard Sharpie, will produce an extra bright tone.

Mandolin finger picks from world class brands including the best selling Alaska Pik, plus ProPik, Earnie Ball, Jim Dunlop and more.