Dunlop Tortex Standard 0,88

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Tortex Standard Plectrums

  • Thickness: 0.88 mm
  • Pack of 12
available since December 2001
Item number 151423
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Thickness Medium
Delivery Quantity 12
6,90 €
Including VAT; Excluding 4,80 € shipping
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Possibly the most used plec in the world - for a reason.
Jimey 28.07.2017
These were the first picks I ever bought, and I gather this was true for many of my friends too.

Middle of the road seemed right and although I now prefer thicker picks for most of what I do, I always keep a few of these around. Any time I try a new exercise, or a style of playing I am nor used to I will return to these guys.

Materialwise, the tortex is perfect. Unlike celluloid ones they never seem to break and they don't make the terrible flappy noise of nylon picks.

Economy wise the multipack is great. Who buys a single plec anyway?
Keep a few in your case, a few in your wallet and a few on your coffee table and you are good. If you drop one, the bright green makes them easy to find too!

The best thing about these though is the slow wear. Obviously they do wear, but slowly and most importantly they don't get jaggies.

If I could improve anything it would be the grippyness. As you pick them up they are great, but use them for a while they lose their grip.
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The "basic" tortex pick
snakeyay 02.10.2020
If you're unsure what kind of pick you want and you want "jack all of trades" - this could be the one.

One small note: this is not very suited for fast picking and DEFINITELY not suited for heavier gauge strings (0.88 is simply too flimsy for that). The plectrum is the "basicest" of them all and this pick is a go-to for almost all beginners and experienced players alike. Order a pack can definitely do no harm.
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A reference
Shaera 06.10.2021
Hey there,

I have tried many sort of pick and I always come back to this one.
I use this all the time.

Cheers
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Darkus 05.03.2018
Not much to say here. Picks are typically personal preference, but Dunlop always does a great job with quality. Even trying to bend one in half does little to no damage. They're also comfortable to hold, and the medium-gauge feels extra-medium compared to others, which is to say it *feels right* to me. I love this pick as it's great combination of flex and rigidity when playing all types of music and It has a great feel when playing.
The one downside is I occasionally find the printing rubbing off on my fingers after prolonged playing, but this washes off easily and really isn't too inconveniencing, For the price, you can't do better. I keep these next to my guitar and whenever I am in need of a pick, they're right there. I've had these a while and the pack has barely been dented. One of my favorite picks, I really like the feel of these. Going to buy again for sure.
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