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Dunlop Gator Grip Standard Picks (72-Pack)

Dunlop Gator Grip Standard Picks (72-Pack)

Play with confidence knowing you won't drop a Gator Grip guitar pick. With 72 in a pack, you can share with the whole band, or just stockpile an arsenal.

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(5)
Submitted February 2, 2006 by a customer from hotmail.com
Dunlop Gator Grip Picks Customer Review
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
Although they don't perform truely as advertised, they still work great.
Sound
Sound is pretty much the same as their more popular line, although the sizes are just a hair thicker than the others.</br>I love this question: How does the product sound by itself? Well, there's no feedback, and the sound is very quiet, haha.
Features
It's supposed to be grippier, but I really haven't found that much of a difference from others. Rub 600 grit on your current picks and you'll get the same kind of effect.
Value
Again, you might as well buy the other dunlops or sand your current ones.
Manufacturer Support
Has anyone ever used support for a pick? I can't imagine it not "working."
The Wow Factor
I grabbed a set of these when I needed some new picks (constantly losing mine). So they sounded great... but I don't know thay they are a must have in any way.
Musical Background:
Active Musician
Musical Style:
Rock, Alt, Jazz, Funk, Acoustic
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Submitted April 17, 2009 by a customer from yahoo.com
"cool picks."
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
it's a good pick but i don't use it for playing hard because it isn't honky enough. too dark, especially when i play with the neck pickup and distortion with jazz chords. I need a more intelligible sound, so i've been using the nylon 0.6 mm picks.
Sound
I have the blue ones, which are just over 1 mm. Compared to 0.6 mm nylon dunlop picks, they have a wider range of possible tones. They are more difficult to get a quiet sound out of. When you play with a bit of force, they give a warm sound with soft attack. Played very gently, they have a clucky attack and the very interesting capability to "pick out" harmonics, creating a glassy, verge-of-feedback sound even at low volumes. I'd imagine they're great for jazz. I'm going to buy the 0.71 mm ones to see if they have more attack and honkiness when played loud but still retain the glassiness at low volumes.
Features
the edges are slightly tapered, which helps it leave the string more effortlessly.
Ease of Use
very comfortable to play. the rounded edges make them easier to control.
Quality
seems very durable and stronger than ordinary nylon picks. very cleanly-made edges. looks good.
Value
72 picks for 15 bucks seems like a good deal.
Manufacturer Support
never needed to contact them, but dunlop can print logos on these if you want.
The Wow Factor
tasty blue color. if it were candy i'd try to eat it.
Musical Background:
Hobbyist
Musical Style:
engine down, the huguenots, herbie hancock, jazzanova, faraquet
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Submitted March 22, 2007
"Great wear resistance, better control of pick attack due to stiff material."
I've been playing with Dunlop 2.0mm picks for over 15 years and no other picks in the industry are comparable.
Sound
I play the 2.0mm and the tone is not as bright as a thinner pick but responsiveness is better because the pick doesn't flex.
Features
Texture of material gives a more solid feel to the pick.
Ease of Use
Texture of pick surface slightly enhances grip. The only drawback is the dull color makes the pick hard to see if dropped during a performance on a dimly lit stage.
Quality
Wear resistance is better than average.
Value
There aren't a lot of choices for extra heavy (2.0mm and above) picks. So paying a little extra is worth it.
Manufacturer Support
N/A
The Wow Factor
n/a
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