Thumb Picks, Finger Picks and Banjo Picks for Learning Banjo
We carry a large selection of thumb picks and finger picks for the banjo. We feature comfortable coated for comfort banjo and finger picks. We also carry left handed thumb picks, clawhammer picks, blue chip thumb picks, women's sizes, cobalt coated picks, child size and smaller size thumb and finger picks.
National Thumbpick and pair of Cobalt Coated Finger Picks are all you need to get started picking the 5-string banjo
Large Comfortable Finger Picks For Banjo
Cobalt coated special designed custom picks made for Ross Nickerson called "Nick Picks".
Nick Picks are custom made for solid tone, comfort, and speed. Available only at BanjoTeacher.com. The Nick Picks are bigger and more comfortable than normal finger picks and also fit past your cuticle, They are designed without the painful holes in the side that stick through the edge or your nails and are a thicker banjo pick which gives you much better tone. They are Cobalt coated for less pick noise or scratchy pick sound and are easily adjusted to fit.
Thumb Picks For Banjo
We carry all sizes and types of thumbpicks for banjo. We have the Blue Chip banjo thumbpicks, JD Crowe Blue Chip picks for banjo that are super light and fit tight with no turn you finger blue pressure on your thumb. We have Tortoise Shell Replica thumb picks that work great and produce amazing tone. You can also choose from a large selection of low cost plastic thumb picks for banjo and you can mix and match sizes. We even have small and extra large thumb picks and carry the extra heavy Golden Gate and Rainbow colored Thumb Picks.
These fingerpicks are a reproductions of the classic pre-war National fingerpicks.
They are made from pure German nickel-silver and pre buffed. Pre-war shape nd tone.
Come packaged in pairs (2-picks).
Strum-n Comfort Picks
The most comfortable and multi-functional thumb-picks on the planet!
Get a Pair of Cobalt Coated Banjo Finger Picks to get started picking the 5-string banjo. Banjo players when playing bluegrass banjo use finger picks. You would not be heard if you do not use picks and practicing without them can it much harder to get used to them later. Practicing without or playing banjo without picks also changes the way you strike the strings which can affect your technique in the long run creating the wrong muscle memory habits.
These thumbpicks are great, I'm really hooked on them. Banjo player and inventor Bill Stokes has designed a thumbpick that closely replicates the tortoise shell tone. (note: real tortoise shell picks are illegal)
Little Maggie Banjo Picks for Women. Kick up your speed and volume with Little Maggie Banjo Fingerpicks. They are made using the finest German Nickel Silver.
The best banjo pick holder out there is the pick pocket pick pouch. I've tried everything and this one I have stuck with for over 7 years.
Keep your finger picks from coming off!
Sticky Picks keep your finger picks from feeling loose and is designed to help hold on thumb and finger picks while playing banjo, guitar, dobro or pedal steel. If you have a problem with finger picks coming off or thumb picks feeling loose just add a little Sticky Picks before putting your picks on and to solve your problem with picks slipping off. It doesn't take much to work so a small bottle lasts forever.
Banjo Pick Polisher and Buffer from Bill Stokes. These work great for pick noise and scratchy picks. They are the only thing like it I have seen.
Picks for 4-string Tenor and Plectrum Banjos at Banjoteacher.com