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A man-made material, celluloid was first introduced in the early 1900's as a substitute for natural tortoise shell picks.

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Celluloid is one of the most popular guitar pick materials today. Available in a wide variety of shapes, colors and thicknesses, celluloid is known for providing a natural feel and warm, fat tone. A man-made material, celluloid was first introduced in the early 1900's as a substitute for natural tortoise shell picks. Our Pearl Celluloid Assortments are a top-selling choice.

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Features

  • Premium quality celluloid provides natural feel and warm, fat tone
  • Medium gauge (70mm) works well for both strumming and articulate picking
  • Standard shape for comfortable playing
  • The D'Addario pick packaging is designed for minimal waste and environmental impact
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can this be used for acoustic guitar?

    These picks are for any type of guitar. Which means Acoustic guitar as well. As far as the thickness of the pick it's all preference.

  • Cab use a pick with a ukulele?

    Yes, you can use a pick with a uke. A player can use any kind of picks with a Uke but often Uke picks are specific and made out of either leather or felt.

  • Does this medium one suit for a fresh beginner?

    If you have large hands or rough hands use the medium, if you have smaller or softer hands try the light ones.

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