Dunlop Manufacturing produces many different types and sizes of plectra (or picks as they are also named) to suit the varied preferences of today's musicians. Dunlop's wide variety of gauges, shapes, ... Read More
Dunlop Manufacturing produces many different types and sizes of plectra (or picks as they are also named) to suit the varied preferences of today's musicians. Dunlop's wide variety of gauges, shapes, sizes, and materials allows the player to select the exact guitar pick for his/her own particular style of playing. One dozen.
Reviewed by 56 customers
I've ordered them for a friend and he swears they are the best he ever played .
As a long time Fender pick user, I found these to be superior. No slipping with plenty of action. Also, long, long lasting. Took me forever to wear down the pick tip. I have never had one break. Would like more color differentiation in the various thicknesses so they can be quickly picked out on a dark platform.
Dunlop makes great picks at a reasonable price. My tastes have morphed back to these thinner ones for my Fenders and Gibson axes. I use "10s", mostly for strings. The real comment is on the GC service. I ordered 6 dozen of these with a Hercules guitar stand (awesome) and later realized I did not have the picks. I called GC a couple of days later and they mailed them out to me within 3 days or so. Truth be told, once i got the new ones I realized I may have thrown out the other package by mistake. GC did not seem to care, they just wanted me satisfied. Class act, guys.
This pick has a good feel and doesn't slip while playing guitar. The quality is good, I recommend these picks if you are trying to find a pick that makes a good tone, has a good feel, and make a good scraping sound on the strings. Best pick ever.
For me this is the best pick going, I have been using this pick for sometime now and will continue to do so.... I try other picks from time to time to see but always wind up sticking with this one..... keep on pickin!
I've been playing the guitar for about 4 years and have always liked dunlop's collection of picks. I used to use the tortex but when a sales associate at GC had mentioned these to me, I thought I'd give them a shot. Since then I have been sold on these picks! The nylon hold up much better in my opinion. I have broken the tortex but I havn't broken one of these yet and Ive used these for months. I would not have to get more, I just tend to lose them more than most! I prefer the .60s because I still get the desired tone out of my electric AND acoustic that I want. Yet the pick is still thin enough to double pick for fast action, solos, and those quicker riffs. I play at my church and we play almost any style you can think of (besides metal), but I still like to play the heavier stuff in my own time! So they are excellent picks for any style that you would want to play. These picks will stay in your hand too. Anytime I've dropped these it has been something that i had done while NOT playing. Try these!! You can't go wrong!
I've been using the Dunlop .73MM for over 4 years now, and let me tell you-I still have my first .73MM that I got.(It shrunk, but didn't break!) These will forever be my choice of picks and will be yours too. The grip is helpful in case you get sweaty hands or need to hold on to your pick for those fast runs or picking on guitar. Trust me: these picks don't break at all! Good news there! I recommend it!
I have used these picks for years. Tried and true. I play electric guitar, and these babies don't slip, they don't break, and the 1mm style sounds great to me. You be the judge, though... get some!
The Best! I prefer the 73's or 88's for playing steal stringed acoustic. 73's are an excellent strumming pick, and still have enough impact to run the scales, they don't catch the strings, silky smooth sound. Sometime I prefer the 88's when a song has more picking then strumming. 60's are very nice too, but not so good for playing scales, a little too flexible for my taste, anyone that likes a very �ۡ��̏soft touch�ۡ�ݕ�_ sound might like 60's. The 73's have a nice flex and still pretty good for running scales. Smooth sound, but might not be bright enough for some, if you plan on running scales or like less flex with the smooth play go with the 88's or 1mm.. The 88's still have some flex, but not much. I have not found a better pick then these!!! I�ۡ���m always looking, but can�ۡ���t put these down. Try them!
This guitar pick works very well. I use the 1.00 picks and they work very well. The only drawback is that they wear out if you pick slide. They are otherwise great picks.
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