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|TI 32 Strata Timpani Drum Head|
These beautiful artistic picks each represent one of the major symbols of Christianity. Each pick is printed with amazing detail on our Acetal material.
|No. of Pieces||12|
PickTac is the perfect solution to your pick gripping troubles. Just peel one side of the clear acetate and stick the adhesive dot to your favourite pick. Then peel off the other side of the adhesive. You will instantly have a grip that will not move or shift that you can stick in your ideal location of the pick. As your hand heats, the PickTac will start to mold to your finger for a customized grip. If you need to remove PickTac, just pull up on the PickTac, and it will cleanly remove. PickTac allows you to easily reposition your fingers as needed and leaves no messy residue on your pick or your fingers. You’ll find it to be truly PickTacular.
|No. of Pieces||50|
The original set design for electric guitar, the Flat Wound Stainless series are the first ribbon-wire wrapped strings. Developed in 1940 by La Bella, these strings are manufactured for all types of electric pick-ups. With a high magnetic content for increased electronic output, their smooth surface eliminates finger noise and string squeaks. Flat Wound Stainless sets have a very bright sound, a smooth feel and a long playing life. They are the first choice of many jazz, pop and country guitarists.
|Set 20PL Light|
|.011 - E||1||.015 - B||2|
|.020W- G||3||.028w- D||4|
|.039 - A||5||.052 - E||6|
The violin is the best known of all Western orchestral instruments. The smallest in a family that includes the viola, cello and double bass, the violin developed in the 16th century and descended from the Medieval fiddle and rebec. All the members of the violin family have four strings, a tailpiece, a bridge, a wasted body, f-shaped sound holes and an arched top. The design has changed little since formalized by the great16th century Italian makers Stradivari and Guarneri.