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Custom Comfort New Age fingerpicks


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Totally hand-crafted, each pick is made from the finest bell .025" brass and has been designed to offer maximum comfort for the player, while delivering great tone and sustain. This design completely eliminates the picks' contact with the cuticles and at the same time, removes the wrap-aroud band from the finger where it can interfere with the adjacent finger. The effect is remarkably increased speed and comfort.

Picks for men, women and children! Our size ranges will cover all needs.

Available in Small and Regular, you can refer to the chart below to determine your optimum size.

Note: These picks come only in a set of two, because of the design.

This photograph clearly illustrates how the New Age picks avoid contact with the cuticles, a major source of discomfort for players.

A frequent comment made is: "I don't even know I have picks on, they're so comfortable and non-intrusive"

Sizing Your Picks

Photo demonstration of how to size your Custom Comfort picks - Step 1Wrap your finger with masking tape as show in the photo to the right and make a mark across the tape as shown. Unwrap the tape from your finger and measure the distance between the pen marks. This is the measurement you can compare to the chart below for sizing. Use the inner wrap dimensions. If both fingers are straight and relatively the same size, that's all you need to do.

If your two fingers are fairly different in size, don't worry. These picks are amazingly adjustable, so just choose the larger size.


Size Finger size at Inner Wrap Finger size at Outer Wrap
Small 1" to 1 5/8" (25mm to 41mm) 1 1/4" to 2 1/8" (32mm to 54mm)
Medium 1 7/8" to 2 1/4" (47mm to 57mm) 2" to 2 1/2" (51mm to 64 mm)
Large 2"and over (51mm and over) 2 1/4" and over (57mm and over)


  • Shipping Weight: 10lbs
  • 6 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Custom Comfort

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 07 February, 2017.