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  • Dunlop Tortex Standard 1.0mm Blue Guitar Pick - 72 Pack
  • Dunlop Tortex Standard 1.0mm Blue Guitar Pick - 72 Pack
  • Dunlop Tortex Standard 1.0mm Blue Guitar Pick - 72 Pack

JIM DUNLOP

Dunlop Tortex Standard 1.0mm Blue Guitar Pick - 72 Pack

JIM DUNLOP

Dunlop Tortex Standard 1.0mm Blue Guitar Pick - 72 Pack

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Product Description Product Description
  • The pick used by top musicians worldwide
  • Made of the ever-popular Tortex material for a long life and bright tone
  • Maximum memory, minimum wear
  • Gauges (mm): .50, .60, .73, .88, 1.0, 1.14
  • Made in the USA
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these are worth every pennyI used the point 60 for 22 years and I wanted to start useing a pick that was a bit stiffer it kinda moved around in my hand for a wile till i got used to the pick you have to hold it tighter in your thumb and finger becuse its stiffer but I like it now that Im used to it Dunlops are the best most pros use them and many use thiker pick than me I may even try some thiker ones again to see how they improve my attack5An undeniable standard for heavy guitaristsI alternate between these and the black Dunlop jazz picks for all my playing, with the yellow tortex as my go-to gigging pick. Decently thick with a little bit of give, these picks allow for a pretty meaty attack without being so stiff as to constantly break strings or knock the guitar out of tune. If your playing falls in the more aggressive pocket these picks offer a good balance between rhythmic attack, lead finessing, etc.I also find these perfect for doing that cool pick scrape thing heard consistently in Gojira's music.5Great pick, I bought both theGreat pick, I bought both the .50mm ones and these in 0.60mm. I prefer these, so if you're looking for a light pick, this might be a good start. So far they are super durable, I was using the same pick for a long time and it never wore or anything. The shape is nice and I would say that the point is a little more on the sharp side if you were wondering. My favorite thing about these picks is the texture on them. It feels really nice in your hand and provides just the right amount of grip without feeling harsh or sticky. I would recommend these for a thin pick, but I really like these heavier Ernie Ball picks, they feel much faster due to the shape and texture. Ernie Ball Heavy Assorted Guitar Picks, Bag of 125Great product, but not me cup of teaNice feel and exactly as described. Unfortunately for me, I like the gray Dunlop nylon picks better, but that is just a matter of personal preference and no reflection on the product. If you like a stiffer pick, as compared to the nylon of the same thickness, this might be the pick for you.UPDATE: 3/18 When I reviewed this I was playing several acoustics. Since then I have added a Les Paul and over the past few months have been become increasingly fond of these over the nylon Dunlaps for their accuracy and speed. At first I only used them with the LP, but I find I am increasingly using them with the acoustic. They do require more control in strumming otherwise they can make the acoustic sound harsh, but overall I suspect these will become my preferred pic.5My favorite picks!!!These are my favorite picks, excellent quality.(Review translated for fellow musicians)Dude, these are raaaaaad dude bro. You should always keep these in the gig bag you never know when the other dude might forget his picks dude. If you drop them in your car. You know that weird spot between your left leg and the door under the seat next to your chapstick or something like that, you can spot these bad boys a mile away. You re welcome dude. Safe shredding bra5Dunlop 418P.73 Tortex Standard, Yellow, .73mm, 12/Player's PackI purchased these Dunlop 418P.73 Tortex Standard, Yellow, .73mm, 12/Player's Pack and find them very useable and the surface texture seems to be made to allow a good sure grip. I find the pick to be small, not a bad thing as my smallish donald hands are more adept with a smaller pick. If you also have a small hand, give them a try. This pick is stiff and produces a crisp sound maybe to one liking if control and a stiffer pick is more to your liking. I like them well enough for four stars.4Great FeelNice solid pick. 1.14mm Purple Tortex. I have heard good things about them, but I have been playing with a medium to thin pick. Lately I decided to up the attack a bit and go with a heavier pick. Great choice. Good attack, good feel great tone. I have a literal bowl of picks of all different sizes, and brands. But for the time being, these are my obvious favorites. I have been using the same one for several weeks while noodling around on several of my guitars, all with Regular Slinkies, and no wear is showing at all on the pick. Good buy, I wouldn't hesitate to buy again or in different sizes to experiment.5My personal favorite picksI've been playing guitar for about 15 years, and these have always been my favorite picks (specifically 0.73mm/yellow for guitar and 1.14mm/purple for bass). Cheap, grippy, and available at every store. If you're actually reading reviews for guitar picks, then I'm assuming you are probably new to guitar (or at least to playing with a pick), in which case I'd recommend buying one of the sampler pack of Dunlop picks and finding which particular variety you like the most. It's entirely subjective.5More of a strummer? Consider a smaller gaugeI started playing acoustic guitar recently - and for the record, I am more of a rhythm player / strummer. My first guitar was one of those combo box guitars that come with everything - guitar, amp, picks, strap etc - for a few hundred bucks. After I played on that a while I wanted to get a nicer, more advanced guitar. I ended up purchasing a Taylor 114ce Acoustic Electric.Anyway, when I first got my guitar home I noticed that while doing some basic strumming of chords with a pick (most notably G and D) my guitar was giving out this echo-y reverb-y sound that was highly noticeable and didn't sound right. Almost as if a small crash symbol was being played as well. I was disappointed with the sound and disappointed with my purchase. I didn't know what to do... Was it the strings? Was this guitar not meant for rhythm guitar style playing?Then I realized - those picks that came with that combo box guitar (that I was still using for my new guitar) were very plastic-y, very hard. I started wondering if the picks were the culprit. I started doing some research for picks that were good for rhythm guitar / strumming. I found out about the Dunlop Tortex picks so decided to give them a shot. I decided to pull the trigger on some smaller / lighter ones as that seemed to be a recommendation if you are a strummer.I ended up trying out the .60mm gauge - on the lighter end, but not ultra flimsy... Once I started playing with these IT MADE A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE! I can't stress enough how much more amazing my guitar sounds when I play. Chords are bright, full, crisp - and most importantly - that annoying reverb sound is gone. These picks are durable, light and smooth. All my guitar needed was a more delicate touch. I am extremely happy with my purchase. Come to find out, the Dunlop Tortex .60mm is the same exact pick that Dave Matthews uses - and I can totally see why!Don't underestimate how much the right pick will have on the sound of your guitar with your playing style!Equipment:Taylor 114ceStrings: Elixir Light Gauge Phosphor Bronze Nanoweb CoatingPicks: Dunlop Tortex Standard .60mm (Orange)5Orange is the new RED (.6mm still flippy and snappy, like .5mm)Tortex is awesome, we all know that. I find .6mm is a great balance between stiff enough to rip out double picking and soft enough to cushion my sometimes too enthusiastic pressure when I'm rocking hard. And it retains a lot of the snappy click and feel when strumming. But honestly, lately I'm back to favoring the red .5 mm. I love a soft pick where you can dig deep down into the string and feel it go SNAP.When I was a kid I played with the hardest picks available, the purple 1.14mm, whenever I wanted to play quick passages. Heck, I even tried the Min'D pick, made of agate stone. Remember them? Ha ha ha! Strings = destroyed! But now I'm going "soft" cause I guess as my technique improves I appreciate the "bounce" of a softer pick more. Orange .6mm? Good in-between thing happening with the orange. But hey, don't give too much credence to what I say, Tommy Emmanuel plays with, in his words "the hardest picks I can find". I'd say go with Tommy's rec, and stay stiff. (insert clever innuendo here...) Cause Tommy's... Tommy. I saw him live many times but I still suspect he's not real. They do amazing stuff with mirrors these days.But as much as I love these orange, as I say, lately I'm back to the red.5
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