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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Posted by Buck Abel on 10th Apr 2015
just started playing the Dobro all this anger pics I have bought hurt my finger could not get them adjusted correctly these came in the mail and fit my finger perfect do not have to adjust a lot do not hurt my fingers
Posted by Mike on 10th Jan 2015
In a world that is becoming so 'mass produced' use a few times & throwaway, sometimes you've just got to seek out those custom made products made by someone who actually knows what they're doing. These Sammy Shelor fingerpicks fall into this category, they are 'EXCELLENT', I have many fingerpicks, plastic, and all the variations of metal by the various manufactures. All of them work, and they are not bad, but I suppose these Shelor fingerpicks fall into the cars debate, a lot of good cars get you from A to B, but a 'nice' car makes the journey that much nicer. We're all on 'one way journey' on this earth, a little quality now and again is nice. :-) Mike
Posted by Don on 6th Dec 2014
Had doughts at first but after about half an hour and some bending they are great very comfortable. love them.
Posted by Lori on 4th Nov 2014
arrived before we expected them to exactly what we ordered and will last for a long time. thanks for the timely service.
Posted by jean nowak on 4th Nov 2014
excellent and very comfortable product.
Posted by Higgins on 27th Oct 2014
They improved my playing, what else can I say?
Posted by DW Hunt on 1st Aug 2014
For many years I owned and played with (2 sets of 3) plastic finger picks I purchased in Mountview, Arkansas and then was never able to find again anywhere. The picks had no clear identification until ace luthier repairman Pat DiBurro of Exeter, NH put on his super magnifiying glasses and correctly i.d.'d them as D'Addario. In the meantime I had lost one of my two sets and wondered what I would so when I finally lost the 2nd.
I never particularly cared for metal picks, so it was on a lark that I tried the SS picks. I have not looked back. I still pull out the D'Addarios from time to time, but the SS picks have supplanted them as my go to picks.
My only wish is that they were sold in sets of 3 or singly. As it is I've purchased 6 sets to make 4 sets of 3. Guess it's good that I was serious about 3rd grade math studies. Or was that 9th grade?
PS: at the bottom of this page is an ad for a single SS pick, so perhaps some comments of the last paragraph are no longer true.
Posted by Mike Hammer on 21st Apr 2014
The Sammy Shelor Picks look fine, are well packaged with their own little plastic case. However, when compared to Dunlop finger picks, they are lacking in design. The Dunlop's are flared at the rear most portion of the pick where it wraps around your finger, therefore it is more comfortable, and seems to fit with out digging in.
The Shelor picks tend to cut into the finger at the back of the pick, and would require extensive reworking to make them fit comfortably. I intend to return these picks.
Posted by Sandy O'Seay on 18th Feb 2014
These picks are markedly superior to any picks I've ever used. The are extremely comfortable and fit snugly but without discomfort. Plus, they provide a warm yet bright tone and it seems to me that you get a louder tone without having to pick harder. I really like these picks.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Dec 2013
smooth, very well made
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