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Jul 6, 2020 - 2:02:21 AM
1142 posts since 12/27/2004

My neice had wanted to pick up the banjo for a while, so I gave her an old starter banjo a while back.
She played around with it for a while, but I think her hands are so tiny, she just couldn’t get started and gave up.
I sent her the smallest picks I had.
I’ll be seeing her soon. What little small-hand picks can I bring as a present?

Thanks all!!

Jul 6, 2020 - 2:43:48 AM
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304 posts since 3/12/2014

Look for children's picks. I have tiny fingers as an adult and use them.

Children's finger picks

Jul 6, 2020 - 6:04:52 AM

553 posts since 8/14/2018

Warren Yates offers his picks in a small size. Either that or tech her to play clawhammer.

Jul 6, 2020 - 8:03:18 AM

5 posts since 11/24/2018

Propik has size small picks. The split wraps are way more comfortable too. I tried the small dunlops but couldn't get them to fit properly

Jul 6, 2020 - 7:18:10 PM

ban-joe

USA

1142 posts since 12/27/2004

Thanks!
I’m sure I’ll find what I’m looking for in one of those sites. I’ll check them out.

Jul 9, 2020 - 5:52:33 PM

ban-joe

USA

1142 posts since 12/27/2004

Thanks again,
I ordered the small dunlops from
Ross Nickerson. (I’ve used dunlops forever)
I’ll alert her to the others, maybe she’ll want to experiment.

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