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Dunlop Big Stubby 3.0mm Players - 6 Pack

by Dunlop

Price: £3.70 FREE UK delivery.
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  • Indented grip makes the pick easier to hold onto
  • Super-thick plastic ensures longevity
  • Traditional pick attack with added control
  • Purple Colour
£3.70 FREE UK delivery. In stock. Dispatched from and sold by Dirty Riffs Guitar Shop.

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Dunlop Big Stubby 3.0mm Players - 6 Pack + 6 x Jim Dunlop Big Stubby guitar picks - 2.0mm + Ernie Ball 2223 Electric Guitar Strings Super Slinky
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 14 x 18 cm ; 100 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 100 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: 475P3
  • ASIN: B001AZ20RK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 Aug. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,036 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

The Dunlop Big Stubby Pick is the perfect choice for the player who wants something a little more from their pick. Thicker and rounder than most traditional picks, the attack still sounds like a plastic pick, just with more "oomph". The indent in the center also makes for easier handling and control. Comes in a pack of 6.

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Over the years, I've tended to treat picks as simple alternatives to using my thumb. It wasn't until I encountered the book 'Picks' by Will Hoover ...

Picks!: Colorful Saga of Vintage Celluloid Guitar Plectrums

that I started to think about them in more detail. Soon after, by coincidence, I needed to buy a couple of new picks, and decided to try something different. A 3mm pick was one of those and I was astonished by how much it affected and improved my playing. Obviously, this was just my respone and others might well not like them one little bit. What suits one person, won't necessarily suit another.

At 3mm, these 'stubby picks are definitely chunky, but the textured hollow on each side makes holding them a real pleasure. The thickness also makes them totally inflexible which helps me play faster and more accurately or - as I prefer - to play slowly and with more feeling. The connection with strings feels very positive and you can be both subtle and delicate on the top strings, and as beefy and doom-laden as you like on the bottom strings.

It's all a matter of feel and how you respond to that feel ... these have just been my reactions. Suffice to say, however, that I have now put all my other picks into a small plastic bag, labelled them, and donated them to a local charity shop. These 3mm picks suit my needs to perfection, so I'm ordering a few more just in case I lose some.

I've uploaded 5 images which will hopefully help you judge the size and usefulness of these larger stuuby-style picks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Forrow94 on 11 Feb. 2011
I use this Pick for my Epiphone thunderbird Bass guitar, and they are perfect as they have a rounded end so alternative picking is smooth and quick. I started using these picks as i broke all my normal picks, i was getting through a couple of them each band practise but these are very strong and feel great to use, however not so good for guitar, i recommend using Jim Dunlop stubby small 1mm for guitar as they are also strong and feel great for 9 or 10 gauge guitar strings.
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My son and I both love these picks. While I would not particularly recommend them for strumming as they have no 'give' whatsoever, they are great for fast picking, so well suited to heavier styles and lead playing. They are essentially normal-sized versions of the 'little stubby', so assuming you have medium to large hands/fingers, picking is easier though pinch harmonics are a bit more difficult with the larger version.

So as with most things guitar related, it is very much a personal choice depending what style you play, but if you want to try a comfortable, solid pick for fast playing I recommend these. If you are starting out learning pinch harmonics you might want to start with the 'little stubby'. And if you do more strumming I'd recommend something with more give.
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By Aaron C on 20 Sept. 2012
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I bought these Big Stubby's because when I first bought my bass guitar, I wanted a heavy duty pick that was thick enough to play the heavy gauge strings on a bass without breaking. I've had the same pick now for a few months and other than the obvious fraying at the tip of the plectrum, it is still as good as new.

I'm terrible for putting my pick down somewhere and then forgetting where I put it, so with a bag of 6 of them, I don't have to worry! Brilliant buy.
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By genner1992 on 22 Nov. 2012
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I bought these picks on the recommendation of a friend and as I have only been playing bass for 3 weeks I wanted to find a pick that I felt comfortable with. When these picks arrived I went from using a 1 mm pick to the Big Stubbys, and the change is very pleasing. I had a problem keeping hold of the pick whilst playing, but I do not have that problem with these picks. I love these picks and I will be buying them again.
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By Mr. John Bartlett on 5 Dec. 2012
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If you want a good stubby plectrum then these are for you. I have been using them for years but found these at Amazon to be cheaper than those in the shops which is significant because I'm always loosing them on gigs.
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By Ayesha on 17 Jan. 2014
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They are really good, they do feel a bit plasticky and cheap, but they look good, also on bass, they feel strong but you have to control them to choose how harsh the sound will be. But I definitely recommend them.
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