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Sammy Shelor Fingerpicks

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Product Description

Sammy Shelor stainless steel fingerpicks.

"The best in comfort and tone - day in and day out."

The picks are made of high quality 304 stainless steel with a finished thickness of .0175".  

This item is a pair(2) of Sammy Shelor stainless steel fingerpicks packaged in an attractive jewel box.

You can purchase single finger picks here.

This item and any items from the same order will be shipped USPS Priority Mail

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  1. Surprisingly better.... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Mar 2018

    I resisted for a long time...but these picks definitely are more comfortable, don't come off, and pick with a more solid sound - maybe because they grab your finger a little higher up?....or what they are made of?...don't know, don't really care, they work and are worth the $$

  2. There good, but... 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Mar 2018

    Every time I order picks, I always look at these. Finally decided to give them a shot. I like them, I feel like they really allow me to get some volume with out having to play so hard. But I’ve gotten so used to the split band picks, these are still a little uncomfortable for me. They feel rough on the inside of the band so I may eventually take a file to them or try the plasti dip trick.

  3. My favorite finger picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Feb 2018

    well-built, comfortable, clear tone—these really stand out from the other brands. Nice grip without feeling tight. Stainless steel is sturdy with a nice curvature. I no longer feel the need to look for any other fingerpick. Combined with the JD Crowe thumb pick, I'm set. Just shows you what a custom machine shop can really do, a real piece of Americana- the real thing.

  4. Finger Picks with a Beer Belly 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Jan 2017

    I rate the Shelor Bluechip Finger Picks to be the best finger Picks I have ever used , and there is no other for me. They are comfortable to fit. and with a simple lick of the Finger top they stay put against all odds . The Nice Beer Belly they have Helps the Pick to never Hook or Snag a string while playing and concave to give a clear powerful tone with greatly reduced side noise. I always use 2 of these Finger Picks with a Bluechip JD-1 L Thumbpick for the perfect combination . Try these fine Finger Picks , You can't ever go wrong with them .

  5. great picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Dec 2016

    These are the best pick I have used.
    Thank you

  6. Sammy Shelor Banjo Picks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd May 2016

    These picks are excellent. They keep finger form perfectly when set and are very substantial. I feel that they have also improved the sound of the instrument.

  7. Amazing Fingerpicks!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th May 2016

    These fingerpicks are the absolute best!!! I get incredible tone out of my banjo with them! Little to no pick noise and very comfortable! I love these picks and would recommend these to anyone!

  8. Steel Fingerpicks 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Mar 2016

    Top quality material and craftsmanship; poor design. The picks don't go up far enough on the fingers. They want to come off, unless you make them so tight you cut the blood off in your finger tips.

    A friend of mine told me about ACRI picks, and they fit much better. These picks have a deeper, larger barrel for your fingers to fit into. They don't slip, don't come off, and are much more comfortable than the Shelor picks.

  9. big difference 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Mar 2016

    Makes a clean non metallic sound, and finds the strings easier than my old nationals. So glad I purchased them. Now my finger picking on the HD28 can get a little closer to being heard with that pesky banjo.

  10. good, but... 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Mar 2016

    My first was an STP 50, and I thot I'd gry a 45, so I got a TD 45. Those 5 thousandths make a good difference for me in ease, but somehow it's harder to hold the point in position. Somehow the TD doesn't wander so much- is it the broader triangular shape? Unfortunately, the TD does not come in a 45...

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