Dunlop Nylon Standard .60mm 12 Pack
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16 of 17 found the following review helpful:
Jim Dunlop Nylon Guitar Picks are the BEST!!! Sep 02, 2008
By C. Weidow
For years I have been trying various guitar picks to use on my electric bass guitars with round-wound strings. I must have tried over 50 different picks, and these are the winner hands-down!!! Not only do they give an excellent sound, but they last forever! After trying one each in .60mm, .73mm, .88mm and 1.00mm, I settled on the .60mm nylon picks. So I went out and bought a 1/2 gross of them, figuring that they would wear out in a couple of weeks each. Boy was I wrong!!! Where as a medium celluloid pick from a major guitar company lasted roughly 2 weeks, I am still on my first pick after 4 months!!! That's right! I have been using one pick every day for at least 1-2 hours a day, and after 4 months, that pick is still going strong!!! So much for the advice about choosing the heaviest pick to play the bass guitar! I was told that if I even tried to use a lighter pick, that I would go thru them like water. Not true in this case. The sound is phenomenal, and they last forever...well...a very long time anyhow! Another benefit is the grip! Due to the raised lettering, these picks will not slip in your grip!
If you play the electric bass guitar, and if you haven't tried these yet, go to your local guitar store and buy ONE! You can't go wrong with these picks! When you are convinced, stock up....but only because you are more likely to misplace the pick then wear it out!
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Metal/Rock player Sep 24, 2010
Comes in a pack of 12, thinner than i thought but I have never ordered by mm before. Overall very good and flexible, seem very durable, good buy.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Best pics I've ever used Mar 04, 2010
By Aaron Goodwin
Thesea re by far the best picks I've ever used. Once I tried them I became hooked. They last longer than you can keep track of them; you only need to purchase new ones because you lost 'em. The grippy surface ensures far less slips while performing and the nylon springiness interacts just right with the strings.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Excellent picks Jan 21, 2010
By Melissa Henderson
These are great picks that will not wear out! The only reason I ever need to buy more is because I misplace them.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Great item, check the thickness first Oct 05, 2011
Good product and does the job fine. Dunlop seems to be one of the few companies that makes nylon guitar picks. What you need to know about this is a .50mm in nylon will be much, much thinner feeling and work/operate like a thin pick of much slimmer gauge. This is not a flaw, its just a characteristic of nylon picks. In other words, a .50 nylon is going to be flimsier and more springy compared to a .50 in a standard plastic pick.
Example: As a general guide a .73 in Dunlop nylon will feel similar to a .50 in standard pick.
The nylon picks also seem more durable than standard plastic and I love that about them because they resist chips and cracks.
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