Dunlop 418P Tortex Guitar Picks (.73mm Yellow 12-Pk)Item ID: 418P73
Standard Shape Tortex Guitar Picks .73mm Gauge, Yellow
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This package of 418P-73 picks contains 12 yellow Tortex picks.
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Reviewsbased on 4 reviews
My go-to pick
by Joe from FloridaTortex lasts much longer than celluloid, and .73 is the perfect thickness for me. Great for rhythm and good for solos. I use the Dunlop .88mm Tortex Jazz Picks when I want to play my fastest solos. I'... read more [+]d recommend trying a few different thicknesses to decide which is most comfortable for your style of playing. close [-]
June 4, 2012
Music Background: Guitarist for 14 years.
by mike kaplan from vancouver WAabout 6 years ago i started useing this pick i love them so much i will not use any othere guitar pick ill find a place to bye one befor ill use a friends thin pick i do play hard so i have messed alo... read more [+]t of them up but there amazing picks the print will come off the first time you use it... i really would like to see the print raised up...as maybe some grip idk just a thought but over all amazing i will never use any othere guitar pick!!!!! close [-]
December 16, 2010
Music Background: play for church
Tortex brand picks
by William Latimer from Riverside, CATheres not a whole lot one can say about picks but, I can always grip these no matter how long or hard I'm playing. While some manufacturers are starting to sell picks only in 144 gross, you cans sti... read more [+]ll by dunlops in a12 pack which is great. close [-]
June 11, 2012
Music Background: simi pro musician Project studio recording
excellent picks !
by Doug from Portage, INI had been a celluloid pick user for years until I tried these tortex picks. Great picks! My only complaint is they are not very easy to hold on to compared to celluloid, but I made my own grips using... read more [+] self adhesive, fine sandpaper, and now are much easier & comfortable to hold on to. I've tried Dunlop gel picks also, but prefer these over them.I may never go back to celluloid again. You gotta try these picks !! close [-]
February 10, 2012
Music Background: guitarist for Church Worship Team
Every note of guitar on VIKING's "Man of Straw" album was made using these yellow triangles of brutality. Terrifying speed metal made with happy turtles... A dichotomy such as this warrants buying several 12-packs.
Robert, Chester, VA