Awesome double sided full colour custom printed celluloid plectrums - available in .71, .81 or 1.0 gauges!

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Total £35.00

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Product Info 

Now you can create full colour custom-printed plectrums with any design you'd like!  They make an amazing giveaway for companies, a great gift for any aspiring musician, or just a cost-effective way of stocking up on awesome customised picks.  With your band name on, your venue name on, the choice is yours - we've printed them as beer tokens, and as wedding favours in the past.  What will you do with your custom plectrums?

Your custom printed plectrums are made of celluloid (Fender style picks), our full colour picks are printed onto white, meaning any space not filled on the template will be be white.

Delivery Info 

Get your plectrums shipped within 8 working days.  Need them faster?  We can do that for you!  Just choose express delivery at checkout, and let us know your deadline.

QTY

TOTAL PRICE

UNIT PRICE

50

£35

£0.700

100

£50

£0.500

200

£95

£0.475

300

£130

£0.433

400

£165

£0.413

500

£195

£0.390

1000

£295

£0.295

2000

£475

£0.238

3000

£650

£0.217

5000

£1050

£0.210

10000

£2000

£0.200





Prices include VAT & delivery

Artwork Guide

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Print Size: 31mm x 27mm

With Bleed: 33mm x 29mm





The starting point and most important aspect of a printing job is your design. 

Making sure that your artwork file is sent across to us correctly is crucial...

Colour Format: CMYK

File Format: PSD, AI, PDF, JPEG, TIFF, EPS

File Resolution: 300dpi

A few tips to get awesome results...

  1. Create your artwork with the resolution at 300dpi - the larger and clearer your file is, the better the end result when printed.  Please note, we don’t accept 72dpi files as they are not adequate to create a quality job.
  2. Ideally you would submit artwork as a vector file with the fonts outlined and in greyscale - otherwise a minimum 300dpi image would be suitable.
  3. Remember the size of the printable area - a bold logo looks best, and intricate designs might be too small

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