Fender’s Tru-Shell picks replicate the highly desired, unique sound of the Hawksbill Sea Turtle shell without harming animals in any way. Crafted from organic natural proteins, the distinctive comp... read more
Fender’s Tru-Shell picks replicate the highly desired, unique sound of the Hawksbill Sea Turtle shell without harming animals in any way. Crafted from organic natural proteins, the distinctive composition creates full-voiced bass with crystalline treble tone-making Tru-Shell picks ideal for acoustic guitarists. The natural lubrication avoids binding on the string for precision playing. Color selection is random and colors will vary. Tru-Shell picks are not plastic. Do not attempt to flex; keep away from moisture.
- Crafted from organic natural proteins designed to replicate the unique sound of Hawksbill Sea Turtle shell picks without harming animals in any way
- Heavy gauge picks are rigid and durable providing a smooth, warm tone with excellent attack
- Comfortable and familiar feel provided by the traditional 351 shape
- Provides natural lubrication which avoids binding on the string for precision playing
- Delivers full-voiced bass with crystalline treble tones while providing unparalleled comfort
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crappy in every way but 1... FREE!
I don't always play with a pick, but when I do I will usually drink dos equis. Wait, that's a lie, I don't care for XX that much. Nor do I care for Fender Heavies, but I got a free bag of them from Fender so I typically grab them when I need a pick, just to use them up. So I wound up getting used to the slippery little buggers. If I can't use one of these I grab one of the crappy picks guitar center or sam ash have out with their logo on them. Those are 'free' too. I always walk out with some and throw them in the bag of Fender Heavies.