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Dunlop 41P.96 Delrin®, Dark Pink, .96mm, 12/Player's Pack
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- Dark Pink
- Fantastic quality guitar picks
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- Essential for any guitarist
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About a month ago I picked up three new picks at my guitar store--the 2.0 mm Jim Dunlop Delrin pick (the dark purple one in the photo), a Jim Dunlop 208 jazz pick, and 1.52 mm Clayton USA teardrop pick. Mere weeks before that, my lovely wife got me a gift of a pack of the well-known and very expensive V-Picks (you won't find those on Amazon). Also, strewn about my house are tons of 0.60 mm Jim Dunlop nylon picks (my standard for over a decade), and Jim Dunlop .71 mm Gator Grip picks. Among all those choices, I keep a very close eye on where my 2.0 mm Delrin pick is, because it's really the only one I want to use anymore.
Its features that might be of interest to you would be:
1) it does not flex or bend. At all. Apparently they're designed to be that way.
2) it has a very smooth texture--no grip built into the surface. Much to my surprise, though, I've never dropped it, and I use it literally every day.
3) it lasts. As I said, I use it every day. I've used it for at least an hour, usually 3 or more, per day, for the last month. I've got some wear on the normal spots on either side of the pick, but my gray nylon Dunlop would be a stub by now, and the V-pick that I use the most is just as worn as the Delrin one is, but I've used it only a fraction of the time in comparison.
4) the 2.0 mm feels comfortable.Read more ›
For people complaining about the colors, PLEASE READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION. You are NOT receiving one of each color. You are ordering 12 picks of ONE gauge...each gauge has it's own color. The colors are listed along with the gauges in the drop down menu. Do not expect a multi-pack of colors and gauges.
As my playing improved and I started focusing on speed, I found the .96 did not offer enough feedback for my needs. This is when I made the jump to the 1.5mm version. The increased thickness actually made me relax my picking hand since I didn't have to wait for the flex of the pick...if that makes any sense.
Over the years I switched to other picks (Jazz 3, Fender heavy, Tortex x-heavy) but I always seem to "come home" to the 1.5mm delrins. As such this is the pick for me and based on my technique and style I don't forsee switching again. would love to order a custom imprinted set of these, but the cost is prohibitive!
note that they tend to get a little slippery, so try some gorilla snot or use a knife and carve an "X" on the pick like Dimebag used to do if you need extra grip.
The 1.14mm = dark pink
The 1.5mm = light purple
The picks create a "bubble" sound for the electric guitar and is the perfect sound for solos. This pick is not necessarily the best for chords (in other words rhythm guitar players) but do not get me wrong, they still make solid chord sounds. They are just not the best picks for chords. I use a different pick whenever I am playing rhythm guitar parts and I know I am not going to solo during a song. These picks are also very accurate, meaning that they always hit the string I am trying to strum very easily compared to other picks. The only two complaints I have is that the picks do not have the best grip in the world (I still love them but some people are picky), and that they only come in "girly" colors (pinks, purples, baby blues, and so on).
Overall these picks are amazing and I highly suggest buying them if you are looking for a brighter and better sound for solos in rock, country, blues, metal, jazz, etc.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have played acoustic and electric guitar for over 50 years and I change picks from time to time. I used to be able to go into a music store and buy one or two of any single brand... Read morePublished 6 days ago by William L. Anderson
Do you play in low tunings with very thick strings? If the answer is yes, give these picks a shot. The grip is decent - far from space-age technology but very rarely do I feel them... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Heidi Parker
Guitar stores don't carry these anymore, I was glad to find them, I was down to one. Exactly what I was looking for.Published 1 month ago by Marc G