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Jim Dunlop Nylon Guitar Picks / Plectrums (Handy pack of 6 Picks)


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  • dunlop nylon standard
  • one of each gauge
  • 0.38 - 1.0
  • firm grip
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£2.19 FREE UK delivery. In stock. Dispatched from and sold by Dirty Riffs Guitar Shop.

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Jim Dunlop Nylon Guitar Picks / Plectrums (Handy pack of 6 Picks) + Dunlop Guitar Pick Holder Black 5001S + Dunlop Tortex - Standard Plectrum Set (Pack of 6) - 0.5 - 1.14 mm
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Item Weight18 g
Product Dimensions10 x 7.5 x 0.2 cm
  
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ASINB000Q8479G
Best Sellers Rank 194 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18 g
Date First Available4 May 2007
  
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jim dunlop standard nylon picks/plectrums 0.38 - 1.0

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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By R. F. Stevens HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 9 Sept. 2009
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A good range of picks, all with pronounced embossing so they will not slip out of even the sweatiest tired fingers.

The thicknesses I received were
1 off 0.38mm, white, very soft and supple, and quiet
1 off 0.46mm, cream
1 off 0.60mm, pale grey (possibly the most useful flex on acoustic?)
1 off 0.73mm, brownish dark grey
1 off 0.88mm, dark grey
1 off 1mm, black, very hard

Excellent.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Moyers on 24 May 2010
Good selection of quality picks. The only thing I would add that's not in other reviews is that they are really quite hardwearing. I've clocked up a lot of hours using them and they are showing very little wear. An excellent buy!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Clarke on 12 Jun. 2007
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A nice assortment of different weight picks, the light ones make upstrokes almost too easy and the heavy's make a crisp sound when used for muting.
Although no metal picks, these are good enough for players of any skill level.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kat on 9 Mar. 2011
I'm a beginner guitar player so a pick is exactly the same as the next, as far as I know. The thinnest, the .38mm, is very easy to play with, but the sound is much softer, whereas the thickest one, 1mm, makes a strong ringing and I can strum much harder. I can't comment on much else, they are easy to hold and look nice. If the colours were more vibrant I suppose they would seem cooler, but I have no complaints!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gabriella on 28 Feb. 2011
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I'm a complete beginner and so I didn't really know what to order. I was a little confused when the pack came in many grades of thickness. It turned out to be a bonus since this meant that I was prepared for my first lesson when my teacher recommended the .38mm plectrum (more forgiving apparently).

A great buy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dangerous Davies on 16 Jun. 2011
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If you have just started to play the guitar and don't know what thickness or grade of plectrum to choose then this set is ideal as it includes a variety at a reasonable cost.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GHS on 8 Mar. 2014
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This is a fantastic, cheap option if you're a new player. Lets face it, if you know what you're doing you won't be reading these reviews, you'll know what picks you like. For beginners, finding a good pick is important. Don't listen to people when they say "Gear doesn't matter", because sometimes.. Gear matters. Certainly when it comes to picks.

Nylon picks are softer (A lot of the lower star reviews are ignorant of what nylon even is, apparently), and this pack comes with a good selection from paper-thin to almost plastic-pick level of firmness. For a new guitarist I implore you to give these a go, doubly so if you're having trouble with strumming using a firm pick, you will not believe how much difference there is when you play around with the various gauges. This pack is a good choice, as it covers thinnest to (almost) the thickest standard picks. You'll find something that fits your needs.
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Have been using Jim Dunlop plectra for around 32 years. Have used them for various guitars and for the mandolin. They are the only plectra I would recommend as they never break, very rarely slip out of your fingers when you are playing and are very comfortable/easy to grip. I have tried all sorts of plectra over the years - sometimes a fancy colour/shape catches your eye! I always come back to these. The only reason I keep coming back to buy more is that once someone "borrows" one of these little friends you never seem to get it back. I still have some that are over 20 years old and they are as good today as the day I first purchased them. Try them for yourself, you'll soon find which ones are best for your style(s) of playing. I wonder how many other people are still using these after all these years!! Let's make music! ;-)
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