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The Dunlop Nylon Standard is legendary for its resilience and durability. Thinner models are perfect for acoustic strummers, while the heavy gauges provide an aggressive and heavy attack for rockers.
From Nylon to the famed Tortex and the innovative Ultex, Dunlop is the world-renowned producer of over 50 different models of picks. As a trusted creator of one of the most important tools of our industry, nobody else comes close in terms of quality, innovation, or scope. With picks available in a variety of textures, shapes, materials and artwork, we offer something for everyone'and with our custom imprint program we can produce any logo, signature, or both on the picks to make them as unique as the person requesting them. Whether you're a multiplatinum artist or a small local band, whether you play them or just collect them, you know you're getting the best.
Located in Benicia, California, Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. was founded as a small, family-owned and operated company in 1965, and has since grown to be a leading manufacturer of electronic effects, picks, capos, slides, strings and other musical instrument accessories. Dunlop is the home of such legendary products as the Crybaby wah and Tortex picks.
Size: 1.0mm | Style Name: 12 Pack
Great for beginners learning to strum chords! After a while you will want to graduate up to the .46mm when your playing improves, then up to the .60mm. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Warmachine76
Been using Dunlop nylon picks since about 1982. On acoustic I use medium gauge strings, so I use the 0.88mm pick. On electric I use light gauge strings and the 0.73mm pick.Published 7 days ago by embsysdev
I purchased about 4 different sets of picks before I found these. Definitely the best. Great for strumming, and less chance of breaking strings.Published 9 days ago by Joseph
The thinness would be okay if there were more "spring" to these, but the nylon is quite soft - much softer than I had expected. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kentucky Colonel
These are my favorite picks, I've been using them for almost 20 years. I've used this particular kind in varying thicknesses but do prefer the .88s the best. Read morePublished 17 days ago by LGR
Best thin picks, they provide grip without being too thickPublished 18 days ago by BRICE A RASMUSSEN