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Dunlop 418R.50 Tortex Standard, Red, .50mm, 72/Bag
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- Gauges (MM): .50, .60, .73, .88, 1.0, 1.14MM
- Maximum memory, minimum wear
- Made of the ever-popular Tortex material for a long life and bright tone
- It is used by top musicians and carefully designed.
- Maximunm memory and minimum wear.
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Top Customer Reviews
The Dunlop Tortex picks last a really long time. The nylon material is awesome for longevity and the textured surface really keeps you from flinging it across the room.
The .88mm thickness is my size of choice, just the right happy-medium to give the sound I like, but definitely feel free to try some different sizes to find the one for you.
A great pick, and the 72 quantity on this makes the unit price super low. You'll love every pick!
These are like the standard picks, with good reason. Consistent, they've never broken on me, great feel, easy to pull back or dig in. Very easy to handle.
The Dunlop Tortex picks are perfectly good guitar picks. Whenever I would play the Strat in my all-around dance band, I would be playing all sorts of stuff, rock, country, jazz, ballads, polkas, whatever... this one, and the yellow one (.73mm) would be my go-to pick; not too flexible, not too stiff. I don't do so much of that anymore, and when I play acoustic, I would use a classical guitar, which I play with the fingers, or a nice heavy jazz pick (Dunlop 207). But recently I started playing steel string acoustic, and doing a lot of strumming, and the yellow and green Tortex picks are again my go-to pick.
I went through the phase of trying strange or unusual shapes, and that other phase of cute or flashy colors... These basic Dunlop Tortex picks are the basic standard guitar pick shape, and the color is pretty much irrelevant, except that it makes it easy to select the thickness you want "at a glance". Also the texture of the material is a bit coarse, not quite as smooth/shiny/slick as the basic Fender tortoise shell pick, so, for me, it seems to be a bit easier to keep a grip on it.
So, once again, this is MY OPINION of a good pick, based on my needs, which I've tried to define. If you're in a similar boat, these will do the job for you. If you like heavier or lighter, the other gauges are equally good quality. Good price, nothing flashy, just your basic no-frills pick that does the job.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The pics in this package feel and play different from the original Tortex yellow pics.
Old ones used to be more flexible, had more texture, and wore faster which actually... Read more
They're guitar picks... not a lot you can screw up with an order like that. Very solid picks, have been using the 1mm for years and will continue to so long as they keep selling... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer