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Showcase 41 

These Showcase 41 prewar replica national banjo picks are a reproduction of the classic sought after 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). Also in this category is the banjo pick polish leather polishing strop for smoothing out your pic...

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    $13.40
    Pair of Bill Stokes Showcase 41 Picks SHOWCASE 41 Prewar Replica Banjo Finger picks Banjo innovator Bill Stokes designed these right down to the materials and specifications of the the pre-war National banjo picks that are so coveted. The picks are made with real German nickel silver and produce a great tone. The buffed finish produces less string noise...
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    Pick Strop Polish your Banjo Picks with the Bill Stokes Pick Strop. Bill Stokes is the creator of the acclaimed Showcase 41 banjo picks. He's an expert in banjo related equipment especially picks. Anyone who has seen his Showcase 41's finger picks knows how smooth and buffed the picks are. It not only cuts string noise and helps tone, it makes them a lot...
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