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Large Triangle Vintage Tone Picks (Tortoise)

Large Triangle Vintage Tone Picks (Tortoise)

Regular price $13.95 USD
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– Soft, warm, and vintage tone

– Perfect size and shape to prevent pick spinning

– Minimal pick noise

– Great for flatpicking individual notes and strumming

– Made from our custom celluloid polymer for a warm and natural acoustic tone

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Brian J.
Large Triangle Picks

These don't seem to be 1.2mm to me when compared to other picks I own. Not a bad pick though. I will still use them on occasion.

Ken Masten
Found the replacement

Many years ago I started using Dunlop .96mm large triangle shaped picks. They have since gone out of production. These are the perfect replacement. Well made and comfortable for me . Of course no turtle emblem :(


nice touch and sound

Richard Freeman
Large Triangle Picks Tortoise

just got my med size picks, seem to work very well, don"t spin, and seem to be good for strumming and flat picking notes, will order the heavy size in future, would like to try them as well, good job.price is very fair for the quality of the picks will buy again. thanks Richard santa barbara calif

David Reid
Large Triangle Picks Tortoise

I have tried countless picks ranging from cheap to stupid expensive in my search for optimal tone and playability . Often the differences are subtle, but noticeable to me. I recently lost my favorite pick at a jam. It was a D'Andrea 346 supposedly from the 1930s of organic material. It had the feel, tone and volume that I like best. I just tried your Woodtone picks and I have found my new favorite!