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Herco Flat Thumb PickHeavy

by Dunlop

Price: £13.76 FREE UK delivery.
Usually dispatched within 4 to 5 days.
Dispatched from and sold by Seismic Music LLC.
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Herco Flat Thumb PickHeavy + Herco Flat Thumb PickMedium + Herco Flat Thumb PickLight
Price For All Three: £41.28

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Technical Details
Item Weight23 g
Product Dimensions8.4 x 8.9 x 2 cm
Item model numberHE113
  
Additional Information
ASINB000EENLA8
Best Sellers Rank 20,099 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight23 g
Date First Available13 Aug 2012
  
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Product Description

Herco Flat Thumbpicks - heavy - 24 pieces - assorted colours


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By bjpause on 15 Oct 2013
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good strong picks, if your have a heavy action these are for you, the range of colours available look good on any music stand
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By JB on 6 Jun 2013
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This is about the only thumb pick that resembles a regular guitar pick. I have tried the light ones and find that the bit holding the pick on the thumb is too flimsy. The heavy one does the job OK. the only improvement I could suggest is to make that part on the light, medium and even the heavy picks more substantial so it stays on more securely, especially for those of us with big thumbs
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I've tried these picks with both guitar and bass. I find I need the flexibility of changing the angle of the pick and these don't help. They are worth a try if you have sweaty hands and drop picks a lot at gigs, otherwise they'll sit in your drawer like they do in mine.
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By Phil Brewill on 15 Dec 2014
Excellent picks but why are they so expensive?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
What a Blessing! 30 Jun 2012
By Fly By Light - Published on Amazon.com
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I had a nasty accident that caused me to lose feeling in my thumb. My thumb also does not sweat any more. It's amazing how your brain constantly adjusts how tightly you hold your pick, so you are not holding it too loosely when you make contact with the string, and you are not giving yourself cramps when you are just holding the pick, or you are between strums. Unfortunately, you have to feel what you are doing in order for the feedback loop to work. To make things even trickier, I realized to my dismay that you thumb needs just a bit of moisture on it to create adhesion with the pick, so it doesn't slip around when you are not holding it tightly. Being the part-time bass player several groups, I was dropping picks everywhere. Finger-picking still worked, but more often than not, I need the crisp attack of a pick.

This thumb pick was EXACTLY what the doctor ordered. It's similar in size, shape and feel to the old Fender tortoise shell. The loop holds the pick in place when I am holding the pick loosely in between strums or songs. In fact, I don't have to grab the pick at all if I'm relaxing between songs - it just stays in place. The holes in the pick create friction so that it stays in place, even when I don't squeeze at all. A cool extra benefit is that I can switch instantly between flat picking and finger picking.

My complaints are minor. First, the loop is a little irritating to the back of my thumb. That may be unique to me, as I have scar tissue there. Second, the picks seem not quite as durable as I am used to. The picking edge gets worn and rough, like any pick. If you press your luck, they WILL break between the edge and one of the holes. So, don't do that at gigs. Finally, the angle of the pick is kind of forced on you due to the contruction, so you have to get used to it. It did not take long for this old dog to learn that trick, so no big deal. All minor stuff.

This product was something of a miracle for me. The ergonomics of it will likely be beneficial to people with cramping and other issues. I can't speak to what it allows you to do differently; I just use it to do things the way I used to do them. Thanks, Herco!
not for me 21 Sep 2014
By matt shroyer - Published on Amazon.com
i can see how others may like these for flatpicking, but in my experience they are useless for finger picking.
if i am aggressive at all with it while finger picking it slips off. i think increased (over the usual) pick length (while nice for flat picking) increases the leverage when you pick i string and pries it. i would much prefer a ticker material.
it sounds alright, but not useful to me.
They shred quick but they help 23 May 2014
By brian sekula - Published on Amazon.com
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I love these being diabetic I can't play guitar without them they break apart faster then I would like but I play bass
bass man 18 Mar 2014
By Charles Hoffman - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm probably misusing these as a bass guitarist, but I discovered them as a convenient way to be able to switch quickly between finger playing and pick playing. Aggressive picking/strumming with them on bass (with roundwound strings, at least) will wear them down pretty quickly though, so once you find the weight you like, get the 24 pack.
Bassist's choice 28 Jan 2014
By Will Amend - Published on Amazon.com
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As a bass player these are my number one choice as I can go back and forth between pick and fingers without ever worrying about dropping or finding a normal pick.
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