Plectrum

A plectrum is a small flat tool used to pluck or strum a stringed instrument. For hand-held instruments such as guitars and mandolins, the plectrum is often called a pick, and is a separate tool held in the player`s hand. In harpsichords, the plectra are attached to the jack mechanism. ==Plectra wielded by hand== ===Guitars and similar instrument....
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Plectrum

object for striking The strings held by The picking hand. Also known as A pick or flat-pick
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plectrum

(from the article `heteropteran`) ...parts consist of a series of minute, closely-set, parallel furrows or ridges called a strigose area, strigil, file, or rasp. Sometimes the second ...
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plectrum

(from the article `keyboard instrument`) ...called a jack, rests on the key and consists of a narrow slip of wood with two slots cut into its top. The larger slot holds a pivoted tongue from ...
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plectrum

(from the article `stringed instrument`) ...tone colour) of a struck or plucked stringed instrument is also affected by the manner of setting the string into motion. A string plucked with a ... ...to stringed instruments of the lute class, though one occasionally finds it used with zithers or lyres. It is difficult, if not impossible, t...
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Plectrum

(Latin) similar to a guitar pick, a plectrum plucked the strings of a musical instrument.
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Plectrum

• (n.) A small instrument of ivory, wood, metal, or quill, used in playing upon the lyre and other stringed instruments.
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plectrum

plectron noun a small thin device (of metal or plastic or ivory) used to pluck a stringed instrument
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Plectrum

Plec'trum noun ; plural Latin Plectra , E. Plectrums . [ Latin , from Greek ... anything to strike with, from ... to strike.] A small instrument of ivory, wood, metal, or quill, used in playing upon the lyre and other stringed instruments.
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Plectrum

Another name for a flatpick.
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plectrum

pick for stringed instruments
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plectrum

plectrum (s), plectra (pl) 1. A small flat pointed piece of plastic, or other material; used for plucking or strumming the strings of a guitar or similar instrument. 2. A small thin piece of metal, plastic, bone, or similar material, used to pluck the strings of certain instruments, such as the zither or lute.
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