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Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks 1.0 mm 2 Dozen

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Contoured for smooth release, these guitar picks provide an extremely positive attack for super-fast licks. Manufactured from Lexan, providing great ...Click To Read More About This Product

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Contoured for smooth release, these guitar picks provide an extremely positive attack for super-fast licks. Manufactured from Lexan, providing great strength and durability. Powerful gripping surface for easier handling. Lexan is a registered trademark of General Electric Plastics.


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Dunlop474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks
 
4.8

(based on 42 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (7)
  • Good quality (6)
  • Improves sound (6)
  • Functional (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Practicing (6)
  • Concerts (5)
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5.0

Never thought I'd write a review for a pick...

By BeanyMan07

from Virginia

Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

Ok...so I recently purchased a Les Paul with Classic '57's installed. I run it through an Analog Man TS9/808 silver mod, to AnalogMan Boss DS1 pro mod (which really provides some nice, warm, and creamy classic rock lead tones when run AFTER the TS9), finally into a '65 Twin Reverb RI. Sounds like a great recipe for some beautiful guitar tones, right? Well...I must admit that I was REALLY disappointed withthe Les Paul's performance as far as tone is concerned. I couldn't seem to get any clear and sharp notes from the neck pickup without cranking the treble on the amp, in turn making the treble pick up virtually unusable and my overdrive pedals sounding thin and papery...every note I played seemed flat and rounded. I tried altering my pick attack, as I'm a newbie to the Les Paul world, but to no avail. I finally reached the point of listing my '65 Twin Reverb on craigslist.com in hopes of getting money for something "more suitable" for those beautiful Les Paul tones that I love (ala Dickey Betts in the Allman Bros. days, Peter Green, Mike Bloomfield). But then I stumbled upon this Dunlop Stubby 3mm pick....literally...I actually stepped on it in the back corner of a stage at an outdoor venue my band recently played. I picked it up and put it in my pocket, and didn't think about it again until today when I found it in my guitar case. I thought "Eh...let me just see what this thing feels like.". Notice I said "feels like" and not "sounds like". I certainly was not expecting the difference in tone and clarity that this pick provided. It instantly provided that clear and glassy tone (both clean and overdriven) that I've been fretting over since I've owned my Les Paul. I was previously using the old faithful Dunlop Tortex 1.14 picks, and I could not be happier that I gave this thing a shot. I will be a user of this pick for life.

 
5.0

Speed and accuracy!

By Vash

from KY

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

    Great picks! Improves accuracy and speed. Fattens tone too!

    Service and delivery comments:

    Excellent service as always!

     
    5.0

    Great Pick

    By ua

    from Baton Rouge LA

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Good Quality
    • Improves Sound

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Concerts
      • Practicing

      Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

      I use the Eric Johnson Jazz III and the stubby now pretty exclusively. The stubby gets a nice bright tone out of your guitar.

       
      4.0

      Lexan Jazz Pick

      By Jim

      from Bothell Wa

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      • Improves Sound

      Cons

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          Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

          Small Lexan pick. Flex is just right. Great for pinch harmonics.

          (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Make sure you get the right Stubby

          By Dave

          from Pearl River, New York

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Functional
          • Good Quality
          • Improves Sound
          • Nice Handling Durable

          Cons

          • I Round Off The Point

          Best Uses

          • Backup
          • Concerts
          • Practicing

          Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

          I mistakenly ordered the stubby but I really wanted the Big Stubby picks

           
          5.0

          Got one on a lark, bought a bag to play

          By mouser9169

          from Pearcy, AR

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          Pros

          • Just The Right 'give'
          • Relatively Soft Attack

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Concerts
            • Practicing

            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

            I picked one up at my local guitar shop (I always get new picks when I go in for exactly this reason) and loved the way it sounded on my acoustic.

            At first I thought it was plastic so I was really surprised - they're nylon. A bit harder attack than the tortex I usually use (much softer than plastic).

            They do have some 'give' to them, so if you're looking for a 'shreddy' pick, this probably won't work for you. For me, it's just enough to let me strum steady rhythms and play single note lines.

            I don't know how fast they'll wear out, but at 2 dozen a bag I'm not worried about it. I keep an extra in the little pocket of my baseball cap along with a few others.

            My 1.0 teardrop tortex are still my 'go to' pick, but these are starting to get a lot of use on my electric as well. Different songs need different sounds.

             
            5.0

            Nice sound & control

            By RanCat411

            from Forest Hills NY

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            • Easy To Use
            • Functional
            • Good Quality
            • Improves Sound

            Cons

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                Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                Nice sound & control. Easy to hold on to.

                 
                4.0

                Great Pick

                By Schroncey14

                from NC

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                Pros

                • Easy To Use
                • Good Quality

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                    I use this pick every time I pick up my mandolin. It is the perfect thickness for me and helps when I am picking. The only problem is that since its a thinner pick it wears out quicker than a normal pick. Other than that I love it.

                     
                    4.0

                    smaller stubby's

                    By n/a

                    from New York

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                    Pros

                    • Improves Sound

                    Cons

                    • To Thin For Me

                    Best Uses

                    • Practicing

                    Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                    I have 2.0mm Big stubby's -these 1.0mm are jazz style and significantly smaller and thinner - Lexan makes the clearest sound I've heard so far but the big stubby's ring out better than these thin ones.

                     
                    5.0

                    Stubby Jazz 1MM Pick

                    By Ernie D

                    from Auburn, NY, the Finger Lakes

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                    Pros

                    • Easy To Use

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Backup
                      • Concerts
                      • Practicing

                      Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                      Fast, smooth picking, positive solid but lite grip.

                       
                      5.0

                      My favorite picks

                      By abedenbaugh

                      from Philadelphia, PA

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                      Pros

                      • Easy To Use
                      • Good Quality

                      Cons

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                          Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                          These picks allow for you to hold it very close to the tip, which I like. It allows for me to play faster and also makes it easier to pick out notes. Overall, it's a great pick.

                          (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                           
                          5.0

                          Love these picks.

                          By Bill

                          from Albany, NY

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                          Pros

                          • No Deformation When Pluck

                          Cons

                          • Slight "tink" When Pluck

                          Best Uses

                            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                            I love these picks. Most picks deform as you pluck the string. The deformation makes speed picking less controllable. These picks do not deform at all. They also have a smooth release. The only down side is you can hear a little "tink" as the pick touches the string. Outside of a stone pick (which have a loud "tink" when you touch the string) these are the best for speed picking. I use Fender 358's when I want tone and these when I want speed. Ok, I use the stone pick when I want maximum speed, but a stone pick is very expensive; I don't want to lose one at a bar gig. Try it you'll like it.

                             
                            5.0

                            Dunlop pick review

                            By jan-7RGBV

                            from howell nj

                            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                            These are great picks with nice control and great durabiltiy. Great for any kind of music and any kind of guitar or strings.

                             
                            5.0

                            Great

                            By metalhed22

                            from in a house

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                            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                            I usually use the dunlop jazz III nylon sharp pick, but sometimes it just doesn't get the job done. Which is where the stubby comes in. Even though it's pretty much all I play, you can't use the III's for more than jazz. So if I want to do some heavier blues I get "the purple one" out of my pocket. Although they aren't the most complementary for my jazz playing they do feel very comfortable in my hand.

                             
                            5.0

                            BEST PICKS EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                            By Anonymous

                            from Undisclosed

                            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                            These things are freaking awesome! I never thought a pick would affect my tone but, boy was I wrong. This thing gives you more chunk and bottom end I don't know how .

                             
                            5.0

                            Best. Picks. Ever.

                            By Gothica

                            from Mankato, MN

                            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                            I've tried just about every style of pick out there, especially in the Dunlop catalogue, and these are by far my favorite. I'm a fan of small, jazz picks. I'm not exactly sure why, but they feel great in my hand. These are no exception. They're incredibly durable and the pointed tips make tremelo picking a breeze. Plus, with the small size, pinch harmonics just come naturally. My personal favorite is the 2.0 mm. The 3.0 mm aren't bad, but the 1.0 mm are too thin for me. To be fair, I'm a medium to heavy fan. Medium for the feel and heavy for the durability, which is why these picks are so great. You can use any size you want and they'll be just as durable. I don't even bother trying out other picks anymore because I just love these ones so much.

                             
                            5.0

                            YES!

                            By Pointy-Guitar-Mogul

                            from Spokane

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                            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                            I bought 4 new types of picks on my last order (these, "Big Stubby", Max Grip Carbon Fiber, and Snarling Dogs nylon), mostly based on reviews from the site and local musicians. I passed a few of each out to other players to try as well, and this was THE pick that made an immediate and tangible difference for everyone. clear, clean, glassy articulation with a slick, fast feel - who (besides Brian May) knew a pick could make so much difference? I guess I should mention the "downsides" which may not bother anyone else: the slickness makes it a bit harder to get pinch harmonics, and they slip a little when my hands sweat - this could be improved by changing the grippy area to the "max-grip" configuration. I will buy more of these.
                            a little slippery-er than the Max Grip line, but this also means super-slick release for fast alternate-picking and easy sweeping
                            easily as good as any other pick I've used
                            they'd have to be pretty expensive to not be worth the money

                             
                            4.0

                            Run to the hills (and find some different picks)

                            By IronFistedMonkie

                            from St. Louis, MO

                            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                            These picks would be nice, and the shape of these picks is basically the only thing that I can play with now, but after trying these after using Dunlop Jazz III's (both red and black) these simply don't match up. Even right out of the bag they felt odd, mostly because I found the material extremly hard to grip, and then as I got used to that, I found that the points of the picks died really really fast. After only a few days of hard playing (though maybe its just me) the points disintegrated. Oh well. So in the end, I'd suggest the Jazz III's more, but I'm now going to try the Tortex ones, because I think after some mag ran an article on the Jazz III's there basically impossibble to find (even on the internet!). So it goes.

                             
                            5.0

                            Fast tremolo picking and positive attack

                            By Ampbox

                            from MD, USA

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                            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                            I use the 1.0mm's, but the tips wear off so fast on them, but that being said, it is what it is. The grip on these are fantastic - just dig in - you won't even get caught up in the strings!The Stubby allows so much room for articulation, it's astounding! You can also make artificial harmonics sound off more positively.It may just save your guitar life, including your exsisting rig.

                             
                            5.0

                            Great Picks!

                            By DakotaFloyddf192

                            from Blairsville,GA

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                            Comments about Dunlop 474R Stubby Jazz Guitar Picks:

                            These little thnigs have increased my speed and precision a ton and I haven't been using them long. I love these things! They're well worth the money.

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