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Load image into Gallery viewer, Dunlop 449R.60 Max-Grip Nylon Standard, Light Gray, .60mm, 72/Bag
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Dunlop 449R.60 Max-Grip Nylon Standard, Light Gray, .60mm, 72/Bag

4.8
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Description

  • An evolution in the Grip Guitar Picks category
  • Course grid that has been precisely molded into the pick for a better grip
  • Excellent for speed players, heavy strumming and extreme accuracy

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Customer Reviews

Years of reliabilityMy pick of choice for both guitar and bass. Been using these for years. I switch between .88 and 1.0 depending on how my hand feels. Durable, reliable, and consistent.Main downside is with how dark these are, drop your pick on a stage and you have to move on, as you will not be finding it. I don't mind, though, as they are inexpensive and I prefer darker colors anyways.5Perfect for hard rock strumming on Acoustic.I've played acoustic for over 50 years and I play a variety of styles from finger style to hard drive rock. It's here on hard drive rock these picks shine for me. When I employ hard, driving strumming I like two things: one a light gauge pick for rapid, deep string attack that will hold up without breaking, and two, a solid grip to keep the pick from twisting around, or worse, flying off. This pick, at .60 is the best I've found for this type of playing. Also like it for softer strumming and single note picking. Not too stiff and not too flexible. Perfect for my taste.5Great pics, but get the right thickness.I first purchased the 88's; too thick. Then I dropped down one thickness to 73"s; still pretty thick. Finally I bought 60"s and they are thin enough to bend somewhat while strumming up and down. The best thing about these picks are that the rough "sand" texture at the top really works well to prevent slipping. A good value if you pick the right thickness for you. The 88"s are for bluegrass picking. The 73"s are a compromise; still quite thick. The 60's make a good strumming pick.4grippyI do wish the grippy pattern extended all the way to the edges on the half of the pick that would be gripped - that said, this is the most grippy thin pick I've found yet. The maxgrip carbon fibre jazz picks are the best thicker pick.I used the 73 nylon after I found a bit too much clacking in my acoustic recordings - the softer nylon and more give seems to do the trick - I don't think you can go much thinner unless you are using it purely for strumming with zero picking - if you're going to do a mix of strumming and picking, the 73 is good.I also tried it on bass on a lark and that was kind of amusing. I found that playing over away from the bridge, with the right setup, it was a pretty cool tone - despite how weird playing bass with a thin pick may seem.Anyway it just goes to show it is always a good idea to experiment with different pick sizes, thicknesses, and materials for different tones. When people talk about tone being in the hands of the player, they may be neglecting one of the key contributors that stays with the player regardless of axe - the picks they use. you hand any guitar to Brian May and you know what he's going to pick it with...5I Might Just Have to Convert!!These picks honestly surprised me. I have been a heavy Tortex user for years and decided to try these one day on a whim, and boy am I glad I did! These picks play AMAZING and are super comfortable to hold. When playing my hands get extremely sweaty, meaning I have definitely had my fair share of pick mishaps. I can't even begin to count the amount of times that I've been playing with a band, and an angry little bead of sweat grabs the pick out of my hand and throws is on the ground! HOW RUDE! All kidding aside, the grip on these is actually great. If you are thinking about buying these or converting your ways from another brand, just give it a shot! They are great picks not to mention the are CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP!!!!5Never drop a pick again!Max-Grip 60's -- and the Max-Grip series as a whole -- are simply the best guitar picks I've ever used. I had a previous favorite pick -- the Fender medium, in the confetti pattern (because it was easy to spy when I dropped it on the floor). Then I picked up a Dunlop (an earlier version), and never looked back. The Max-Grip texture is pure magic -- I don't think I've ever had one slip out of my hand. I can't even remember the last time I had to shake a pick out of a guitar body -- it's sure never happened with a Dunlop. I bought a 72-pack of the 60's, and now I have a lifetime supply.I use the .60 for two very different acoustic guitars, and it's perfect for both. My 6-string has D'Addario phosphor-bronze mediums, and that's a fairly heavy gauge. My 12-sting has D'Addario EXP38 coated lights. I get exactly the sound I want out of both, with the same light pick.I use the 1.5mm for my electric, and occasionally for bass. Another match made in heaven.My only gripe -- gray is boring, and the shades of the three thinnest are almost identical, and hard to tell apart. Make this in some colors and patterns please, Dunlop. My favorite color is still the Fender confetti.5What magic are these?!?!Picks are picks right? Select your material, select your weight, and you're done, right?No! these picks have this difficult to describe pattern molded into them... They "grip" your fingers... It's uncanny... They do not slip.I wouldn't touch anything but Fender mediums for years and years... Tried these on a whim... Not I have piles and piles of picks going unused... These are THAT good!50mm - I do love the grip and feelI use a 1.0 thickness Dunlop Tortex pick normally. So naturally I ordered these Max-Grip picks in 1.0mm - I do love the grip and feel, but there is no comparison between the two picks. All 1.0mm thickness picks are not created equal, even if from the same company. These are way to flimsy for my liking. I ordered another pack in the 1.5mm (yeah, they're that flimsy) The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because IMO, a 1.0mm pick is fairly stiff and these (from the same company) were like using a .70mm pick. Dunlop should at least have a comparison chart so we don't have to buy over $20 in picks to get it right.4Almost like someone glued the pick to your fingers. You may never use another pick model again.I first encountered this pick when I saw one laying by the stage after a set by some performance artist. I had to know what the "pros" were using, so i picked it up and held it between my index finger and my thumb. It was almost as if the pick was glued to my fingers. Then I read on the pick "Maxi-grip" and said "oh". After buying a pack and actually playing with them, I honestly do not know if I will ever use a different pick.If you are a beginner or a novice, invest the $4 for a pack of 12, I prefer light picks but Dunlop makes thicker sizes to suit anyone's tastes. You will not regret it and you probably won't use anything else afterwards.Rock on!5No more guitar picks falling inside of the body!I ve been playing guitar on and off for about 10 years now. Still to this day, I struggle with losing grip of my picks. Often times they end up inside the body of the guitar which is always a blast trying retrieve...These picks feature a grip pattern that makes it very difficult to lose grip of your guitar pick which makes them perfect if you re like me and lose them frequently.The picks are .60mm which is my preferred area for the acoustic guitar. Anything more is too heavy, anything less, while I do enjoy, gives off a sort of plastic sound if you re strumming. Overall, for this price, I definitely will consider purchasing this style in the future, especially from a brand as well known as Dunlop.5
Dunlop 449R.60 Max-Grip Nylon Standard, Light Gray, .60mm, 72/Bag

Dunlop 449R.60 Max-Grip Nylon Standard, Light Gray, .60mm, 72/Bag

4.8
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Regular price
£54.00
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Regular price
£88.00
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Save 39% (£34.00)