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Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks 1.0 mm 2 Dozen

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Contoured for smooth release, these guitar picks provide an extremely positive attack for super-fast licks. Manufactured from Lexan, providing great strength and durability. Powerful gripping surface ... Read More

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Overview

Contoured for smooth release, these guitar picks provide an extremely positive attack for super-fast licks. Manufactured from Lexan, providing great strength and durability. Powerful gripping surface for easier handling.

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MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
All pedals - one year parts and labor warranty.
Trigger capo - one year warranty.
Picks - 30 day warranty.
Straps - 90 day warranty.
Strap locks - one year warranty (must follow instructions).


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Dunlop475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks
 
4.7

(based on 52 reviews)

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67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Best picks I've used.

Being a beginner, I've tried many, many different picks and have been trying to find a great heavy type to fit my style of music. I mostly play rock and metal, so this...Read complete review

Being a beginner, I've tried many, many different picks and have been trying to find a great heavy type to fit my style of music. I mostly play rock and metal, so this these picks (the 3.0 mm) suited me perfectly. They're just so awesome and fast. Perfect for speed picking or any kind of picking for that matter. I wouldn't use the heavy 3 mm ones for just strumming. For that, I'd recommend the regular Dunlop nylons or any thin Dunlop pick. I finally found the perfect pick to suit me, and you will too once you buy these.

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To slippery for me.

You can tell they tried real hard to make them easy to grip,but just to slippery for me. Timber Tones is my choice. But pick some up and try anyway. Just because...Read complete review

You can tell they tried real hard to make them easy to grip,but just to slippery for me. Timber Tones is my choice. But pick some up and try anyway. Just because I don't care for them doesn't mean you want!!!!!! Good price!

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2.0

To slippery for me.

By John wayne

from Alabama Gulf Coast

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Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

You can tell they tried real hard to make them easy to grip,but just to slippery for me. Timber Tones is my choice. But pick some up and try anyway. Just because I don't care for them doesn't mean you want!!!!!! Good price!

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5.0

AMAZING for sweep picking

By Mike D. from 10-E-C

from Totowa, NJ

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality

Cons

  • None I can think of

Best Uses

  • Backup
  • Concerts
  • Practicing
  • Really ANY.

Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

I received one of the 2mm Big Stubbies in a bulk package of assorted picks I bought from a local pawn shop. After trying the Stubby out, I was BLOWN AWAY. Above all, I suddenly was able to sweep pick like I never done before. After reading previous reviews from GC customers (warning to stay away from the 1mm ones), I bought more 2mm Stubbies as well as a bag of the 3mm ones. The 3mm ones are even better; they release the string quicker, stay in my hand better and help me to sweep easier. I normally sweep with the V-Pick Snake (which is about 4.10mm thick BTW) and because the V-Picks are not sold at Guitar Center, the 2 and 3mm Stubbies are a PHENOMENAL substitute. No matter what music you play, try the 2 or 3mms out. You WILL NOT be disappointed.

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4.0

Pick Snob

By khapallen

from salt lake city

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

      If you're a pick snob like me, but don't like to always be using your high-end picks for everyday playing, these are great. I generally play V-picks that cost $4 per pick, or picks made out of organic materials such as antler, which are considerably more. I would prefer the actual playing edge to be thicker for improved tone, but the taper does allow for better speed and accuracy.

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      5.0

      Big Stubby 2.0 mm - My first choice.

      By Steve

      from Tucson AZ

      Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

      The 2.0 mm Big Stubby flat picks are superior flat picks in every respect. It has a sure grip. They have very little flex but it are soft enough to allow for attack and stroke variations to be clearly articulated. They are colorful enough to be easily found if you drop on on stage. They are sized right and avoid "broad pick' muting effects. It is durable (unlike it's 1.0 mm version) and will last several full shows before showing appreciable wear. I use them on mandolin for mixed bluegrass type shows. I use them for jazz combo gigs on various electric guitars. They are OK for electric blues but sometimes I have to change my angle of attack and snap my wrist a bit to get the bite and overtones I want for a particular phrase. Overall they are great, sure grip picks with wide ranging use.

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      4.0

      Good picks, but fragile 1.0mm

      By Steve

      from Tucson, AZ

      Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

      I used these for mandolin for about a year. They are light gauge and produce an open sound. They also fracture just below the grip. I wound up going through 2 in a 4 hour evening and it started to become a PIA. I found a 2.0mm version and discovered that, even though first tune required a bit more effort, after that I had better control with the 2.0mm AND they don't fracture. They do, as expected, wear down but it takes several nights of 4 hour shows for that to happen. See my review of 2.0mm picks. I will continue to use them for light back-up guitar gigs for the open sound they produce. All the Big Stubby picks have a very sure grip surface!

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      4.0

      Good feel-but fragile!

      By Steve Edelman

      from Tucson AZ

      Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

      I really feel comfortable playing mandolin with these picks. The grip is firm and the flex is just right for mando. They are easily spotted if you drop one. The fly in the ointment is they break just distally to the grip. They develop a split line 2-3mm from either edges and, voila, the flex increases dramatically (lets you know it's fried) and shortly after that the pick end will sever from the grip. I get about 6 active hours of playing mandolin with them. They produce a nice, crisp but not harsh attack sound and moving slightly forward towards the peg head provides a thick but resonant chunk for rhythm and back-up playing. They are a little too flexible for acoustic guitar in a bluegrass, swing style but do OK for just jazz chording when playing rhythm back beats. Buy'em in larger packs: they're less expensive and you'll need lots of them.

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      5.0

      The Big Stubby is IT!

      By Tim McGuire

      from Denver, CO

      Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

      I've tried many different picks trying to find that right one. I normally play with the Dunlop Tortex Pitch Black Jazz 1.14. When I was buying more, the guy at the parts counter suggested that I give them a try. I am so glad that he did. This pick is awesome. The dimples on the pick fit the thumb just perfect for an excellent grip and unparalleled control. They have a nice fat tone. As others have pointed out, it may not be the best for strumming, but then the Tortex Jazz was not either. It just takes some getting used to.

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      5.0

      best picks ive had so far

      By with_skillz

      from vallejo,california

      Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

      i got the 3mm picks and they are awesome.there is little to no ressistance with these picks.these picks sound great too!but the picks are kinda small so its hard fr me to find them.thats the only bad thing for me about these picks.but these are my favorite picks.

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      5.0

      Amazing Pick.

      By Alex

      from Louisville, KY

      Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

      This pick is perfect for me. I was wanting a pick that was a bigger size than my average pick (Fender medium pick), and I saw these picks,which I bought a pack of 3.0MM, and they felt great. Since I bought these picks, I have noticed that my playing sounds much smoother because of the pick. It is very good for a Jazz sound, even though I mainly play Rock/Metal. It is much bulkier than a regular pick, which I prefer. This pick would be very good for a bassist that uses a pick, but I use it for both guitar & bass. The pick has a relatively round shape because of the thickness of it, so it produces a smoother, warmer sound than my previous pick. This is a great pick for a great price.

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      1.0

      Terrible for Tremolo Picking

      By Chandler

      from Tulsa, OK

      Comments about Dunlop 475 Big Stubby Guitar Picks:

      I bought the 1mm picks wanting a durable pick because I don't like buying lots of them due to them wearing out. I also don't tend to lose my picks. The first time I used one of these during a practice session, my band played a song that required me to use tremolo picking. Before I was done with this section of the song, the pick had ground down unevenly about three millimeters where the tip should have been. This also left lots of little shavings around my pickups. Overall, these picks are just terrible on durability. I wouldn't recommend them at all.

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