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One of the most popular picks among top musicians worldwide, the Dunlop Tortex standard picks feature maximum...
One dozen Nylon guitar picks in the standard shape and size, textured for easy gripping. Choose .38mm, .46mm,...
A durable nylon pick that features Dunlop's cutting-edge Max Grip technology.
Gator picks are made to grip, with a non-slip surface that's comfortable and easy to control. Choose .58mm,...
Delivers maxim memory and less wear.
A pick that offers greater control, speed, and crisp tone.
Smooth release with a positive attack for super-fast licks. Lexan provides great strength and durability....
The pick used by top musicians.
The Dunlop Jazz III guitar pick delivers complete control for feel fanatics with a sharp point and heavy-duty,...
Dunlop Ultex picks were designed to replicate the old-fashioned feel and sound of real tortoiseshell picks....
A 24-piece package of non-slip guitar picks that are great for speedy guitar solos.
Delrin picks are made using advanced plastic technologies to create a great-feeling pick that guitarists love....
A must for every performing musician. 7" long. Made of high-quality rubber to ensure a firm hold, and fastens...
Awesome fusion of two great picks.
Dunlop came up with the Scotty Pick Holder, a great way to hold enough guitar picks to get you through a gig.
Something that every musician has in common is the need for the right techniques and tools to handle their instruments. Violinists have bows, drummers have sticks and guitarists have picks. Even if you're a finger-style player who doesn't use picks all the time, it's still a great idea to have a few on hand so that they're ready to go when you do want them. There are plenty of different types of picks to choose from, and with this lineup of Dunlop picks & pick holders, you'll find a great example of that level of selection, as well as the accessories you need to keep them within reach during every performance.
Just like some drummers prefer hickory sticks and others prefer birch or oak, guitarists all have their own preference when it comes to picks. So, the first thing to decide when looking at Dunlop picks is which kind works best for you. Are you a James Hetfield fan? Check out the Dunlop Black Fang Pick Tin. They're based on vintage tortoiseshell picks, with defined tone, sharp attack and a hard contoured point designed to handle Hetfield's aggressive downward picking style.
What do veteran jazz pickers and beginning guitarists have in common? Not a whole lot, but both can appreciate the Dunlop Max Grip Jazz III Carbon Fiber Guitar Picks. These are great if you like a rigid pick with precise bite that makes speed and articulation a breeze. And since they won't slide around between your fingertips, they're great for new players, too. These picks are just one more example of what Dunlop has to offer, so don't hesitate to check out the rest - you'll definitely find something that's right for you, whether it's the Jazz III or another style.
Once you've decided on your new picks, you might like to have somewhere to put them. If you want to keep your picks right on the side of your guitar, consider the Dunlop Scotty Pick Holder. It's a safe bet that you've seen one of these before; they're already on guitars everywhere. But maybe you'd rather keep your instrument pristine? In that case, take a look at the Dunlop Microphone Stand Pick Holder instead. This clip goes on any mic stand or boom, keeping an assortment of picks within reach so you can quickly grab another if you need an emergency replacement during a face-melting solo.
Guitar picks may seem like small things to the average person, but any guitarist knows better: they don't look big, but they have a big job to do! Dunlop picks are more than ready to handle that job, and their pick holders will make sure that you've always got spares right where you need them.
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