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  • Dunlop 475R10 1.0mm Big Stubby Guitar Picks, 24-Pack

JIM DUNLOP

Dunlop 475R10 1.0mm Big Stubby Guitar Picks, 24-Pack

JIM DUNLOP

Dunlop 475R10 1.0mm Big Stubby Guitar Picks, 24-Pack

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Product Description Product Description
  • Gauge: 1. 0
  • Thick, hefty tone and feel
  • Molded tactile gripping surface
  • Precision tip
  • 24 pack
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Tone MonsterI love these picks. They are way harder to loose than a standard pick. I have a better grip on them and They hold up forever. They give me the control I want to play various styles utilizing several different types of attack. These bad boys are tone monsters because they give you so much control.Are there better picks out there like gravity or dragon heart... yeah the premium picks may be better but I can get a bag of these and get the same or similar results with each pick for less than the price of one of those. Then what happens when you loose them. I've got a whole bunch extra. They have the one.Love these picks!5Great!Big thick picks! I used to just comb the seashore looking for shells and rocks... Now all I have to do is buy big thick picks to play the guitar... Seriously folks I have almost every pick imaginable... Maybe haha... But these are cool and comfortable to hold and different! That's what I was after and yeah I've even used those flattened nickels and pennies from the souvenir machines in the past but sometimes having a nice thick pick... To grab onto is good. I regularly use 1.00mm or .88... Sometimes thinner... But experiments often lead to creativity! Hence the picks. I had one in the past but never used it... I really didn't know what I was missing. I also got a bag of the petrucci picks as well... I think those are 2.00mm but if you have read my little thing till here, thanks for letting me in your eyeholes for the duration! 5You must find what works best for you and develop your own style you will never be anyone but youOver the years I have tried and used thin picks from the big triangle shaped to the ones guys are making out of old credit cards. I have even heard various guitar virtuoso teachers tell you the cut your pick in half until it dawned on me that what you use as a pick is a personal preference no one can tell you what kind of pick you should play with. Honestly I purchased my first pack of these bug stubby picks from Guitar Center out of curiosity. When I first held it between my right thumb and index, I knew this was what I've waited my whole guitar life for a pick that is perfect for my hand and playing jazz lines and chords. The indented center grip gives me the control I need to conquer the speed demon when I need to but gives me to control to play much softer appregio because sometimes in jazz you dont have time like if your playing a common time measure that's G13 A-9 D-7flat5 CMaj9 the will have to play thr guide tone lines ( maybe play one of the chords to fill in) but these picks worked great for me and my style. Dont ever be afraid to try something new, I would have never found them if didn't try something new5Excellent pickI used to use dunlop .88mm nylon, tortex, ultex, and other varieties. I then used a celluloid pick that is maybe 2mm and enjoyed it. I bought the 3mm Big Stubby and absolutely love it. I am in the process of testing against other much more expensive picks. currently, it is a front runner.The sound is good without too much squeak from the string. the 3D rounding (normal pick outline shape for width dimensions, front-back downward taper, and increased thickness as it goes up the height of the pick) really keeps the ability for speed and power without compromising technique. give this pick a try. It is surprisingly versatile and very easy to use.5I can't believe I'm the only person I know that uses these picksI've used these picks now for 20 years. Why, you may ask, would I want to use this behemoth of a pick ? Here's why:1. Speed - When your pick has a more rounded edge, it can glide over the strings easier hence less feedback from the string to keep your hand from moving. When needing to play a very fast run, I'll turn the pick at a 45 degree angle from the strings to get extremely fast motion.2. Accuracy - I know many players that love medium-thickness picks that have some play in them. I'm not one of those players. I prefer a pick to control the string exactly as it should and not need to bend the pick to get a pluck. These picks won't bend at all and you control the strings instead of waiting for the pick to bend and pluck. This also helps when picking in varying dynamics of songs.3. Tone - With a pick this thick, you can do crazy stuff with the tone of your sound. You may think that with a pick this thick, I must be into jazz or mello music, but this if far from true. I'm a rocker and love how I can get a hard core pluck or just barely touch the string and sound like a hammer-on/pull-off even though I'm picking. The range of sound and tone with this pick is awesome which seems to be left out of most equations in guitar tone. It's beyond me how some guitarists love using a medium or thin pick,but on soft sections of songs they have to use their fingers instead of a pick because of the difficulty in getting a soft pluck with thin picks. In the parts when I need a lot of pluck, these picks disappoint either. They can do it all.4. Grip - I rarely drop these picks because of their size and easy grip. Also, the grip is makes control fantastic.There is a downfall of these picks to me - price. They're so thick that they'll cost more than the standard picks, but they're still not out of range on prices so this is so minor I don't even think about it.Conclusion - If you're using a heavy pick now (1.0mm or thicker) you may want to try these. I gradually went up on pick size years ago going from 1.0mm to 1.5mm, then to the Big Stubby 2.0 before finally using the 3.0mm in the span of about 2 months. I've never looked back since then and hate using thinner picks now. I always have one of these picks in my pocket just in case of a spontaneous jam breaking out somewhere (which happens a lot in my circle of friends), plus since these picks boggle the mind of most guitarists, no one ever steals my picks.For me, these picks are a necessity, not a novelty. I dare you to try these for a while and see what you think.5Not for everyone - you should try them once...If you like a thick pick you should try these at least once. They are not for everyone - I use them on both electric and acoustic guitars. Not always. I like them for songs that alternate between picking single notes and strumming chords. They can have that "plastic" feel, the are basically plastic. They are a durable plastic, they can get a scratchy on the tip, nothing a little 400 grit sandpaper wont cure if they start the catch the stings a little. They get better with a little wear on them. The grip on these is okay, the can get feel a little slippery at time and can spin a little, have not drop one yet but sometimes feel like they want to jump.4Excellent general purpose pickThis 1.0 mm Big Stubby is a very good general purpose pick, not too soft and not too hard, with a sound that is in that sweet spot between warm and bright (i.e., being neither of those extremes). Also the tip is shaped to a sharper point than most picks, so that it is particularly good for isolating individual notes for lead playing, but also works well for rhythm/strumming.5Might be the last pick I ever try.This might finally be the pick for me. I have tried a zillion picks over the years. I'll leave the thickness to you all, but no matter the thickness, there is something good about the slight depression on both sides that is very comfortable. I'd call it a "pocket" for your thumb and finger to ride in. It almost feels like a neutral "home" position for your finger/thumb to stay in. It's good. I go back to a flat pick now and it feels foreign and slippery. Give em a try.5Big Thick PicksI've used the Big Stubby line of picks for probably fifteen years as an option for a truly thick and easy to grip pick. These picks are by no means for everyone, as they provide a level of thickness that really goes beyond any worry of the pick flexing. These are very usable for guitar and bass and their thickness provides fantastic durability. Between the 1.0mm, 2.0mm, and 3.0mm options, you can probably find something you'll like, provided you enjoy the unique indentation grip--and the general feeling of ridiculousness that goes with using such a thick pick.5These are not the Tortex you're looking for.These are some incredible picks. I played with the Clayton .88mm tri tips for years. Tried one out several years ago and have been buying them in bulk ever since.Why are you looking for a thicker plectrum?Want more of a percussive tone?Want a pick that won't fold over when you want to dig in?Want something that allows you the not hit the strings so hard but it feels like you have?This is your pick.These picks take a little getting used to. They can be slippery. They can be thicker feeling. They are smaller than what you previously have been using.Thumbs up if you read up to here. Doesn't mean you bought some. Let me know you stopped by.5
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