Wegen TF 120 Picks (2 Pack) (White) Wegen TF 120 Picks (2 Pack) (White) Wegen Michel Wegen TF pick - 1.2mm triangular TF pick (can be played on 3 sides). Arts & Entertainment > Musical Instrument Accessories > String Instrument Accessories > tf_120 TF120 5.0 3
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The best picks I've ever played with. I went back and forth between these and the Bluegrass picks for a while but landed on these.
5 5
For a bluegrass player, I find the Wegen picks get a lot of tone out of the guitar without a lot of pick noise. Plus the slightly larger three-corner design gives me a little more pick to hold on to so the pick isn't always sliding around. I can get a good grip on it and "dig in" when I have to. If you've been experimenting with picks, as all guitar players seem to do, you should definitely give the Wegens a try.
5 5
I use this pick with my Martin D18. It has a great tone as the sides are beveled so that it may create a better contact with the string. The circular holes in the center really help out in the grip department, which is probably a good thing because you don't want to lose a $7.50 pick.
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Wegen TF 120 Picks (2 Pack) (White)

Wegen TF 120 Picks (2 Pack) (White)

Michel Wegen TF pick - 1.2mm triangular TF pick (can be played on 3 sides).

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Wegen TF 120 Picks (2 Pack) (White)
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Wegen Picks TF120

Pros: Grip/texture, ventilation, tapered edges, versatility

Cons: None

The best picks I've ever played with. I went back and forth between these and the Bluegrass picks for a while but landed on these.

Submitted by: Neil M. on 12/26/2015 11:17:32 AM

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good pick

For a bluegrass player, I find the Wegen picks get a lot of tone out of the guitar without a lot of pick noise. Plus the slightly larger three-corner design gives me a little more pick to hold on to so the pick isn't always sliding around. I can get a good grip on it and "dig in" when I have to. If you've been experimenting with picks, as all guitar players seem to do, you should definitely give the Wegens a try.

Submitted by: john on 10/26/2012 08:29:36 AM

Overall
Quality
Value

good picks

I use this pick with my Martin D18. It has a great tone as the sides are beveled so that it may create a better contact with the string. The circular holes in the center really help out in the grip department, which is probably a good thing because you don't want to lose a $7.50 pick.

Submitted by: Tyler on 04/29/2012 11:22:52 PM

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