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Wegen Triangular Guitar Picks - Set of 2

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Wegen Triangular Guitar Picks - Set of 2 The triangular pick in the most popular shape and size for thinner triangular picks. All the Triangular Wegenpicks have the "fingerprint" surface, beveled tips for fast playing and seven holes for grip.

Reviews

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79% Recommend this product (11 of 14 responses)
By Mike
Bear Delaware
September 7, 2018
My new favorite pick
I play mostly bluegrass guitar and have been using mock turtle picks for years. I came across these & thought I'd give them a try, I'm glad I did, LOVE them !!
By Decota
Halifax, NS
June 24, 2018
Great picks!
These picks are a perfect combination of practicality and quality. Great tone, comfort, and playability, while the perforations make losing your pick a thing of the past. Highly recommended.
By Michael
VICTORIA, British Columbia
December 19, 2017
Great Mando picks - try a few thicknesses
I am not a great mandolin player but I know what I like. I do like the Blue Chip CT55 but they are very expensive. I have a bunch of mandos and want to keep a good pick or two with each one. The Wegens are not inexpensive, but they are compared to Blue Chip and they allow you to feel free to experiment with many different thicknesses. Excellent product
ProsVery good alternative to more expensive picks like Blue Chip
ConsSometimes only available in white which is not my favorite
By Mac Foster
Charlotte, NC
November 8, 2017
The Best!
These are very similar to the famous Blue Chip. Same size and shape as the BC TAD and also have the bevel which is real nice. I actually prefer the grip and texture of Wegen Picks. The tone is a little different. Both are pleasant sounding. At 1/5th the cost it’s a no brainer! Also, custom orders can be had. Just ask.
ProsEverything
ConsNone
By Trent
La Crete, AB
February 25, 2016
As good as bluechips ;)
These picks are great! Now you should know, I own quite a few Bluechip picks as well, and I LOVE them, but, I don't want to lose them either. And when I compare the tone, these Wegens have a very nice tone (I think due to the texture and bevel) that is preferable to the bluechip. And, if you lose one, its not a huge deal ;)
By Tommy Edwards
Pittsboro, North Carolina
November 30, 2015
Wegan Triangular Guitar Picks
Have used the 100 for several years. It has the perfect combination of flexibility and rigidity for my playing style (bluegrass with lots of down strokes as well as the typical high speed licks). And the perforations help me to hang on to it when I am playing fast!
ProsNo turtles die! Great tone and they wear well.
ConsThe black ones are harder to fine when you drop them.
By Dan
Boston, MA
August 6, 2015
Great Picks, good alternative to BlueChip
These are a little pricey, but they last a good while and they sound great for Mandolin and acoustic guitar. So in my opinion the cost is justified. I have used a BlueChip for awhile, and I actually like the feel of these better. Only thing is I wish I could get them a little thicker.
By Gregory
Austin, TX
June 13, 2014
Love these
Though a bit expensive, they are a real treat! I love them
ProsThe feel Sound Playability Sexiness
ConsPrice
By Larry
Columbus, Ohio
July 9, 2013
Wegen Tringular 1.20 Pick
With out a doubt the best pick I have found. I have a couple dozen accumulated picks around the house that I've tried over the years. Fender, Guild, or Gibson heavy triangular were my first choice for years, in that order. I was very surprised that the Wegens have a noticeably better sound. Don't know how they accomplished that but they did it.
ProsGreat sound, and the holes provide a good grip
ConsRather expensive but well worth it.
By Chris
Zuerich
May 10, 2013
Other dimension
These picks work terrifically well for me playing accoustic guitar in a Tommy Emmanuel style, but also for bluesgrass and even rock. I have tried alot of picks, but this are definitely in another dimension.
ConsExpensive
By Colin
Springfield, Ohio
November 19, 2012
Excellent Sound and Durability
I have used four of these Wegen picks for four years -- the same four. And they look and sound just like they did the first day I got them. I use the medium thickness of these and they bring out plenty of warmth from my Taylor, but also bite hard if played with more force. The grip took a bit to get used to, but the pick never slipped from my hands and I always had a playing surface from one of the three sides. These are big picks -- I also own the more precise bluegrass picks, but for rhythm playing on an acoustic, there are few better than the Trimus. Check them out, research the thicknesses, and do not balk at the price. Unless you lose them, they will last for years. Will your dunlops? No.
ProsWarm sound Great grips Durability Varied thicknesses Three playing surfaces
ConsLarge in the hand for very precise and fast playing -- a more bevelled pick could work better -- which Wegen makes.
By Larry Kelley
July 5, 2012
Wegen TF140
A large pick with a bright sound not mellow at all. It does feel nice to the touch but made me think I was playing with a stone. I will stick with my faux turtle Papas Picks.
By Dave
May 16, 2012
Wegan Triangular Pick
Very thin and tinny sounding. My Celluloid pick gives my Taylor a much more warm and natural sound. Not worthy of the hype or expense.
By Bill Shackman
July 25, 2010
Wegen Tringular Pick
The greatest pick ever. Pure clear sound, excellent grip. Worth every cent.

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