Dunlop 37R Brass Fingerpicks - .0225 20-Pk

Brass Fingerpicks, 20-pack
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This 20-pack of Dunlop Brass Fingerpicks features .0225" picks.

Dunlop Brass Fingerpicks Guitar Picks Package Features:
  • Brass
  • 37R
  • Gauge: .0225"
  • Quantity: 20
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Tech Specs

Shape Finger
Gauge .0225"
Material Brass
Quantity 20
Color Brass
Manufacturer Part Number 37R.0225

Customer Reviews

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Brass finger picks are best

I would "ditto" the other review. I too played with National metal finger picks, then Dunlop, starting in the early 70s. A couple years ago, I bought these brass picks from Sweetwater. They are a significant improvement. They are stable, you don't need to tighten them on your fingers like a tourniquet, and they ring out when you play. They sound very nice on my National Resonator, delivering that unmistakable "dobro" sound loud and clear. The Best!
Music background: Played with finger picks for 40 years.

Brass ficjnger picks

When I first started playing there were no brass finger picks only 'National' and later 'Dunlop' I liked the Dunlop better they were easier to bend to my fingers but theyse brass picks already come beveled so you don't have to modify hardly at all. The sound quality is better than steel to bad Dunlop steel you've been replaced by Brass.
Music background: Pro Musician

Might be the solution

I tried steel fingerpicks ages ago, and they were so brutal on my fingers and so hard to fit that I gave up on them. I went without for a while, but after hearing people say they couldn't here me on a pretty good Gold Tone resonator, I decided I needed something. Plastic ones just didn't fit at all, so I gave these a try. They sound good, and the thinner brass improves the fit and comfort. It may be a little too bad that you have to buy twenty to see if two or three work, but if you might find it worth the expense--especially if you need something and nothing else has done the job.
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