Dunlop Tortex Standard 0,60

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Tortex Standard Plectrums

  • Thickness: 0.60 mm
  • Pack of 12
  • Used by Tom DeLonge, among others
available since December 2001
Item number 151421
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Thickness Medium
Delivery Quantity 12
7,60 €
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Tortex...some of the best picks out there
dandelo 10.05.2016
I started playing guitar on Tortex's, and I'm going to use them for a very long time. Great all-around guitar picks. Nothing fancy, but they do their job well.
Great picks. The grip surface is soft and smooth and actually works pretty well. They slip if you start playing super heavy with them, but that's not what they're designed for. The yellow (.73) is one of my go-to picks for guitar. I tend to stay away from anything thicker than that because the squared edges make a clicking sound that I don't like. A lot of people don't have a problem with it, but I just prefer to have smooth, round tone without any extra string noise.
Excellent build quality. They're flexible and resilient, and they hardly wear at all. I've had the same yellow Tortex for 2 or so years now and it's worn less than half a millimeter. I don't like how the logo wears off very quickly, but it's not a big deal. Broken-in Tortex's look cool. I just wish they could stamp the logo into the pick rather than on the surface, like with the Gator Grips and Delrin 500's.
The price is a pretty good price for a dozen of these well-made picks. And a dozen will last you a really long time.
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Rocknrolla 16.12.2020
I usually use Dunlop Tortex Standard 0,72 (yellow). 0.60s are a little bit thinner, but provide the same remarkable perfect grip and durability - the reasons I choose Dunlop Tortex.

The 0.60 IMHO oriented a little more for strumming than for expressive soloing. Lets say 60% strumming and 40% solo.
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Best grip as far as normal picks are concerned
Anonymous 28.10.2016
I bought these picks as a test to see if the grip was indeed better than the normal celluloid ones.

Indeed the grip is much better and the price is quite OK for the amount of picks you get.

I have two things to "complain" about, but it's about personal preference, not a product issue.

- 0,60 is really too thin for me. I usually use a V-pick and even if I would want a thinner pick for strumming, the difference is quite big. I will order 0.81 or 1mm next time

- Teardrop feels really small in my hand, so even if the grip is good, I prefer the triangle format.

I rate this product 5stars to attest to its quality, even they are not my personal preference... you should still buy it if it fits yours.
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ImTheSoundGuy 23.10.2019
The 0.60 Dunlop Tortex is the perfect choice for me. I play really hard and in order to keep the strings on at least for a show the 0.60 is the right pick. Not too soft, not too hard either. It's just the right one. The grip is the thing that made Tortex series famous I think. Even when there's sweat all over the place the pick is still in my hand. Great value for the package but after I bought this one I ordered the 72 pick package and it's a much better deal. Totally worth it !
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