Dunlop Primetone Pick Pack 5mm XL 508

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Pick Set

  • Primetone Pick Players
  • Size: Extra large
  • Set of 3 pieces
  • Durable polycarbonate
  • Arched non-slip surface
  • Thickness: 5 mm
Thickness Extra Heavy
Delivery Quantity 3
Fås siden Juni 2008
Artikelnummer 211171
72 kr
Inkl. moms. Obs! Yderligere fragtomkostninger 60 kr
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Can see the attraction - but not for me
D.T.F. 26.09.2021
I play mandolin and prefer heavy stiff picks - eg Jazztone 208s, Big Stubby 3mm. So obviously I had to try these. Alas they would require a new and completely different right and left hand technique to be playable on mandolin for anything other than strumming 4 note chords - and even that requires a very different approach to the normal.

There are two problems -1. basically mandolin strings are too close together in their pairs and between their courses for these very, very thick picks to strike cleanly. The only way to get a decent sound is to strike the strings very much harder than with a normal pick and it's also necessary to pull off / mute slightly with the fretting hand. Which brings us to problem - 2. the sound is very, very dark, thumpy, like palm-muting - it doesn't ring at all. I guess this could be fine for chording in some styles of music (maybe for a bluegrass chop) but it's not really something many ( if any ) players are likely to want for melody playing. It certainly won't help if you want to sound like a Gypsy Jazz player.

Having got all that off my chest I can see why an acoustic or electric jazz player or indeed a bass would like these. They are very solid in the hand - won't slip at all and at the same time are silky, smooth and fast on the strings.
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No edge, no attack
Sergiii 26.01.2020
This is one of the most useless picks to play electric guitar or bass, especially for metal. No attack, no definition - avoid!

The only good application for this pick is a person who just started playing acoustic guitar with metal strings (with all 6 string strumming patterns) - picks glides across the string effortlessly - it's impossible to bury it between strings.

Dunlop makes a lot of great picks - if you strive for sharp, precise, crisp attack - try out Dunlop SHARP - 0,88 or 0,73. It will also improve your technique and speed.
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Gypsy jazz picks
Alph 09.06.2020
I wanted to use these for gypsy jazz.
They're a very good pick for this purpose, good and thick with a nice point and excellent grip.
The only drawback is that they don't come in a left-handed version so I had to get out my files.
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Good but not for me
Anonym 24.01.2017
I tried thi pick for joke and it was really comfortable
It is very firm, 5mm thick. You can play fast and especially with the rhythm playing it is particularly good in the hand, if no grip is present. The tip glides very easily through the sides and the material lasts for really long.

Clear purchase recommendation for who want very strong.
I prefer pick more thin
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