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Fred Kelly Delrin Bumblebee Teardrop Pick

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Item Description

The Fred Kelly Bumble Bee, is a unique combination of a flat pick and thumb pick, all rolled into one! It is fully adjustable and rotational, which makes it user-friendly and adaptable to your individual playing style. This pick is made of delrin material and provides a soft and natural sound on the strings. The Bumblebee comes in two different shapes, Jazz and Teardrop. The Bumblebee Teardrop is available in light, medium, heavy, and extra heavy.


Bumblebee Teardrop - Light


Bumblebee Teardrop - Medium


Bumblebee Teardrop - Heavy


Bumblebee Teardrop - Extra Heavy



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100% Recommend this product (3 of 3 responses)
By Jesse
Hesperia, CA
March 15, 2017
I love this pick
Great design, feels great and stays put. It gives a much brighter tone than a traditional thumb pick. This coupled with the Fred Kelly finger picks are a great combo for folk style finger picking.
ProsComfortable and sounds great.
ConsNot enough color choices.
By Sweetwater
Dallas, GA
January 21, 2014
Great pick
Pick works better than any other I've tried. I got a medium and I'm gonna give the light a shot.
Prosvery comfortable. Stays where you put it. the adjustment feature is cool too
Consnot crazy about the yellow color
By Dennis
Charlotte, NC
January 11, 2013
Best Thumb Pick Ever
The Medium gauge teardrop pick is hands-down the best thumbpick I have ever used. Experience: 45 years, 35 years professional. I use this on my steel string AND nylon string guitars. Makes all other thumb picks obsolete.
ProsHas the right shape and flex to produce a great bass tone. Comfortable, too.
ConsNo complaints, other than why didn't someone think of this design 40 years ago?

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