Dunlop 418P.50 Tortex Standard .50mm Red Guitar Picks 12-Pack

Standard Shape Tortex Guitar Picks .50mm, Red — 12-pack
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Dunlop Tortex Guitar Picks Features:
  • Shape: Standard
  • Gauge: .50mm
  • Color: Red
  • Quantity: 12
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Tech Specs

Shape Standard
Gauge .50mm
Material Tortex
Quantity 12
Color Red
Manufacturer Part Number 418P.50

Customer Reviews

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Great picks!

I've been playing Dunlop .50mm tortex picks for over 25 years, I like the tone i get from them and the fact they are unbreakable and last forever. My opinion it's the best quality pick for the price on the market.
Music background: Professional Musician

The pick of picks

After decades of playing I still use this pick. It takes quite a while to wear them down and the NEVER break. The grip is perfect and even though I'm lured to try other picks here and there I always come back to the Tortex. The .50 give a happy medium of flex and stiffness for all purpose playing of both acoustic and electric guitar.


The picks appear to have some flaws. They continously miss crucial strings when playing classic rock, they jump out of your hand playing heavy metal, and they don't seem to know anything about playing country.. or it could be me !!

Good pick to always have in your pocket

When I first started playing guitar I always used the Dunlop nylon picks, until I discovered these. The nylon ones feel good, but the tone and clarity that you get from these is ten times better. (At least for what I'M aiming for). The only downside that I can see is that after a while, the point gets worn down and gets wider. (This might just be because of the way I play) This takes some of the clarity away. I usually swap them out for freshies every few weeks.
Music background: Former Worship Leader/Acoustic Backup

Love these on my acoustic

Great picks for Acoustic guitars! I was using the orange, .60's until I was at a friend's house and forgot my pic, so she loaned me hers... These are Delrin, and really well manufactured. Edges are rounded and smooth. The only downside to these picks is the printing rubs off on your fingers... They're my favorites! (I still use my Orange .60's on my electric guitar...)
Music background: 47 year old beginner
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