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Thread: Where to find a Roman/Ranieri Plectrum?

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    Default Re: Where to find a Roman/Ranieri Plectrum?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian560 View Post
    Clifford Essex . . . have them :

    http://cliffordessex.net/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=803

    By the way, I just peeked in on the Clifford Essex version and was surprised by its stumpiness, more like a weird, conjoined-twin Neapolitan plectrum than what I ordinarily think of as the Roman type. I can see why they gave Jeremy cause to gripe.

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    Default Re: Where to find a Roman/Ranieri Plectrum?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian560 View Post
    Eugene, I am curious: which Red Bear pick is most like a Neopolitan pick?
    PS: Here's a photo they sent me (1.7" long): Attachment 186197

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    Default Re: Where to find a Roman/Ranieri Plectrum?

    Thanks, I just saw your post describing it on the other page

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    Default Re: Where to find a Roman/Ranieri Plectrum?

    Ralf Leenen recommends these Galli picks in his latest video:

    https://www.gallistrings.com/en/acce...d-363-mandolin

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