Dunlop 427P2.0 Ultex Jazz 2.0mm Guitar Picks 6-Pack

Jazz Shape (Small Teardrop) Ultex Guitar Picks, 2.0mm Gauge, 6-pack
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Pick Ultex Jazz 2.0!

Dunlop guitar picks are a top choice of today's pro musician! Dunlop's wide variety of gauges, shapes, sizes and materials allows the player to select the exact pick for his/her own particular style of playing. From classic country to nu-metal, every great player knows that their pick is an integral part of their tone, and Dunlop guitar picks are the picks that more pros rely on in the studio or on stage. Picks are a grossly underrated accessory. Don't sacrifice your tone. Pick Dunlop guitar picks!

Dunlop 4272.0 Ultex The Ultex Jazz III 2.0 gives you the durability, sharp attack, and light weight of Ultex with a newly-designed hybrid Jazz III sculpted tip. Ultex serves up an incredibly wide dynamic range and will add speed, clarity, and definition to your picking.

Dunlop 427 2.0mm Ultex Sharp Flat Pick 6-pack Features at a Glance:
  • Material: Ultex
  • Shape: Jazz III
  • Gauge: 2.0mm
  • Quantity:6
  • Impressive rigidity, with sharper, sculpted tip
  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Speed, clarity, and definition
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Tech Specs

Shape Standard
Gauge 2.0mm
Material Ultex
Quantity 6
Color Black
Manufacturer Part Number 427P2.0

Customer Reviews

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Got the wrong kind but I'll describe them anyway

Mistaked these for the nylon jazz picks. These are very bright picks, much brighter and clear than the Fender 351 picks. I use a Fender Stratocaster and a Vox and they do NOT go well with this pick, too bright. But I would probably recommend these if you're using a humbucker guitar and need a bright, crisp tone. Fuller sounding opposed to the Fender 351 picks.

I love Ultex

I have progressively moved through the line of Dunlop Jazz ll & lll picks trying to find the right fit, feel, touch, tone & response. Once the Ultex came out I was completely happy with the majority of my requirement but once I tried these 427P2.0 Ultex Jazz 2.0mm I was finally content. I have nerve and muscle damage in my picking hand that causes me to drop my pick way too much but these not only stay within my grasp but also have a "bite" to the sound due to the bevel and sharpness of the tip. It seems that Dunlop has "fine tuned" the tone with the bevel making me very happy.., now Just waiting to try the new PrimeTone Jazz lll Ultex !!
Music background: Home Studio Recording Artist/Performer

Ultex Jazz III

After using .96mm Dunlop Delrin 500's for 9 years, I decided to try something different and wow am I glad I did! I can't believe what I've been missing! The smaller size and shape of the Jazz III's in general have blown me away. I feel like I have so much more control over my pick attack. Maybe it's the sharper point but they definitely feel more precise. The Ultex material is ultra hard and doesn't bend at all and the material is slick over the strings. It just glides! I will say though that I find the Ultex to be brighter than Nylon so I tend to use these for my hollow and semi-hollows guitars.
Music background: Hobbyist, Student

Tough but usable.

This pick can turn out to be a good thing if you stick with using it. You might have to make some adjustments to your preferred way of playing. I use it to play mainly progressive rock and bluesy type of things. I've used different variations of the jazz III' s from Dunlop and Dava. This one just feels like the "pick of destiny". My first encounter with these wasn't that good because it used to put a lot of strain on my hand but, I think that was due to improper picking technique.They really do feel more in your hand then the regular ones. Once adapted though they will help improve your playing no matter what your style is. This pick lasts a hell of a long time too. Of course how long you play will determine the rate at which it wears down but, it is very possible to keep the same one for months if you play on average a couple of hours in a day. Put another way, buying the six pack could be your year supply with these. That's how amazingly durable they are. They deserve a 5 star but, the only reason I can't justify that is because of the adaptive phase that came along with trying to use it. It could be a possibility for another buyer who might not adapt. Once used to it, enhanced speed, longer endurance, & improved technique and coordination all become second nature from using what I consider to be a very powerful ally in the pursuit of musical excellence.
Music background: guitar player, computer musician

Abrasive tone not for me

I am a fan of Ultex and was eager to try the sculpted tip, but the subtly abrasive texture of these picks carries through both acoustically and electric. I'm still enjoying standard Jim Dunlop Jazz iii picks for jazz playing.
Music background: Jazz
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