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Dunlop Blackline Tiki Taboo Guitar Picks
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The Blackline series from Dunlop are some of the most unique, colorful and just plain cool guitar picks ever created. All Blackline illustrations are...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Blackline series from Dunlop are some of the most unique, colorful and just plain cool guitar picks ever created. All Blackline illustrations are original tiki god images from legendary rock poster designer Alan Forbes. Forbes paints each design by hand in the craftsman's "blackline" style, with distinct areas of bright, solid colors outlined in heavy-handed black. Dunlop uses a precision "pad printing" process to transfer durable, thick-film colors that won't flake nor rub off.
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I'm normally an electric player, and have been for years, but a couple years ago I picked up a nice acoustic to play when I didn't have an amp around, and to take traveling with me. I have always had trouble finding a pic that works with acoustic well. For electric I've always played with jazzIII's, but they're way too thick for my lite strings. I bought these just because they were goofy, but they ended up being really nice picks. I'm ordering another 12 as we speak. They hold well (no slippage), wear well, and sound great. I have broke a couple, but to their defense, I chew on picks (we all do...) and it was my fault they snapped. Definitely a must buy.
I have used Dunlop Gel picks- too slippery, Fender celluloid Picks-low quality, and various other picks our other guitar players use. I always so far go back to these. I continue trying others but these are great picks, I use the heavy ones, they are very strong, wear pretty good, last reasonably long, and have a great texture to them for grip. The design is cool, most people haven't seen them before and that's always nice. The design helps with traction too, as well as the material of the pick, it keeps a nice "dry" feel that keeps it where you want it between your fingers. My Dunlop Gels are always trying to rotate sideways. I only wish that i got a dozen for the price instead of 6, but it doesn't keep me from buying them still.
These bring out great tone and brightness from any guitar. Trust me picks "DO" make a big inpact on tone. I selected the heavy 1.0 The look is an added bonus!!!!!!!!