D'Andrea 4PACMON Monster Picks - Set of 4

Brand: D'Andrea

Item: #352053
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$8.65

MSRP: $10.80

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Description

Use with autoharp, guitar, or other strummed instruments. Large enough for easy grasp. Comparable in size to a large adult’s palm. 4” by 4.75”. 

Reviews

5.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)

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easy to hold
Erin V on Jan 21, 2013
I work as a hospice music therapist and the bigger picks should be easier for pts to hold and strum my guitar.
Sarah T on Nov 18, 2012
easy to hold
Erin V on Jan 21, 2013
B I G for little hands
Theresa M on Dec 6, 2012
I work as a hospice music therapist and the bigger picks should be easier for pts to hold and strum my guitar.
Sarah T on Nov 18, 2012
I teach music classes for adults with disabilities at a Community College. These picks will make it easier for them to strum my autoharp.
Kathy C on Apr 17, 2012
This is the only place I found that has these huge guitar picks! Glad I found them online - saved me lots of gasoline! SS
Suzanne S on Dec 12, 2011
Gifts for music therapist major
Joyce W on Dec 6, 2011
Easy for clients to grab and play the autoharp.
Liyun C on Nov 28, 2011
B I G for little hands
Theresa M on Dec 6, 2012
I teach music classes for adults with disabilities at a Community College. These picks will make it easier for them to strum my autoharp.
Kathy C on Apr 17, 2012
Which wold be better - the Rhythm Pick or the Monster pick? I have arthritis.
Liz Tafel on Dec 3, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure what the rhythm picks are - but the monster picks work for what I need. Keep in mind they are really large - think almost palm sized. This does effect the sound quality they make. I use them for children who have motor coordination difficulties so it doesn't matter quite as much. Hope this helps!
Are they made of felt? If not, what are they made of?
A shopper on Apr 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These are plastic picks

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