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D'Andrea 4PACMON Monster Picks - Set of 4

Brand: D'Andrea


MSRP: $10.80

Item: #352053
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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”. 


55.0 (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
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!
Reply (1) · Report · Kirsten A on Dec 3, 2012
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Are they made of felt? If not, what are they made of?
A shopper on Apr 20, 2015
Best Answer: These are plastic picks
Reply · Report · Mark JStaff on Apr 21, 2015
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