Dunlop Primetone Standard Pick with Grip 1.3mm 3-pack

Ultex Guitar Pick, Standard Shape, with Grip - 1.3mm 3-pack
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These Dunlop Primetone Sculpted Plectra guitar picks feature the classic standard shape, hand-burnished edges, and 1.3mm thickness.

Dunlop Primetone Sculpted Plectra Guitar Picks Features:
  • Shape: Standard
  • Material: Ultex
  • Gauge: 1.3mm
  • Quantity: 3
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Tech Specs

Shape Standard
Gauge 1.3mm
Material Ultex
Quantity 3
Manufacturer Part Number 510P1.3

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I have been a long time faithful user of the Dunlop Jazz 3 XL's for their great articulate tone, but even the XL version felt small and slippery for me. In addition to that, they were really only good for lead playing -- terrible for strumming on acoustic.I Initially received a Primetone pick in a Dunlop Med/Heavy assortment -- the one in the pack was a .93 thickness. I initially liked the premium feeling of this plectrum, and the raised grip on both sides provided a great non slip surface even when hands get sweaty. The pick also glides off of strings so smoothly it creates virtually no unwanted pick scraping/noise.Since I liked the Jazz 3's thickness I decided to order the Primetone's in the same 1.3mm, and I am beyond pleased. The hand beveled edges and material they are made from glide off the strings just right. I would describe the tone to be very warm. And, unlike the Jazz 3's they can also be used for acoustic strumming! Really the jack of all trades plectrum!

Be Advised - Counterintuitive Pick Titles

The Primetones are nice picks. I switched from Jazz III Ultex. The reason why I am writing this review is that the Grip and Non-Grip Primetone picks are different picks. I'll try to clear up confusion, but you really should get a few different ones and try them out before ordering a large amount. The Grip ones have rounded edges and are translucent. The regular, non-grip models have a dropped edge on each side and they are not translucent. Players that use Benson inverted thumb picking will not like the non-grip. Counterintuitively, I found that I have a worse grip on the grip model, and prefer the flat surface. The problem is that there's a catch-22 because the non-grip has the asymmetrical edges. The grip models do not wear down easily, and the non-grip ones wear down significantly. Both the text and the edges wear down. Also the tone is totally different on both. Non grip model are fuller with more attack and the grip models are warmer. Two totally different picks so do not rely on the titles at all. Also Dunlop released another Primetone Model at NAMM 2017 to make things even more confusing. These are nice picks and I was overall pleased with them. They are a bit too expensive, though. Cheers.
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