Anaheim, CA (Jan 18, 2012) – Planet Waves announces its new twist on celluloid picks, Cellu-Glo. Cellu-Glo Picks offer guitarists the natural feel and warm, fat tone of celluloid

Anaheim, CA (Jan 18, 2012) – Planet Waves announces its new twist on celluloid picks, Cellu-Glo. Cellu-Glo Picks offer guitarists the natural feel and warm, fat tone of celluloid in a fun glow-in-the-dark pick. Simply pre-charge the picks in natural sunlight or under a light bulb for a pick that not only sounds great but looks great, too.

Planet Waves’ Cellu-Glo picks will be available in February 2012 in light, medium, heavy and extra heavy. The 10-packs to retail for $4.49, the 25-packs to retail for $9.99, and the 100-pack will retail for $34.99. 

For more information:
www.planetwaves.com

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