Dunlop Ultex Jazz III XL, Multi-Pack


Dunlop Ultex Jazz III XL, Multi-Pack

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    The Cult of Jazz III has just inducted its newest member. Long requested by Jazz III disciples, the Ultex Jazz III XL combines the light weight and smooth feel of Ultex with the superior control, speed, and definition provided by the Jazz III XL shape. The larger XL profile is perfect for players who prefer a more standard-sized pick. These picks feature a molded edge for a super quick release.

    •    Light weight & smooth feel
    •    Superior control, speed, and definition
    •    Larger XL profile
    •    Gauge - 1.38mm

    Dunlop Item No. 427XL
    427XLP - Ultex® Jazz III XL, 6 Pack
    427XLR - Ultex® Jazz III XL, 24 Pack

    Get yours today; with the security of our many decades of experience and Sam Ash Direct efficient order processing, your satisfaction is guaranteed!
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    Dunlop Ultex Jazz Iii Xl, Multi-Pack (6 Pack)

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    These Picks Rock!!!


    from New Jersey

    Verified Buyer


    • Durable
    • Easy To Hold
    • Good Grip
    • Thick


      Best Uses

      • Live
      • Metal
      • Rock

      Comments about Dunlop Ultex Jazz Iii Xl, Multi-Pack (6 Pack):

      I am constantly searching for ways to improve my tone and technique, besides practicing, and I've been looking at different picks for a while. I started on the tear drop style jazz picks when I first learned to play guitar. I moved on to Dunlop Tortex 0.73's, then Eric Johnson signature Jazz III's, then to Gravity picks. I tried the Rob Chapman signature plectrum and one of their standard picks (I'm forgetting the name right now). Those picks are great, however at $6 per pick, and the fact that they wear out only slightly slower than a normal pick, I couldn't stick with them. After doing some research, I was going to get the Dunlop Primetone picks, however, I stopped when I stumbled upon these. After seeing the size, thickness, and reviews from people saying they were similar in feel to the Rob Chapman gravity pick, I tried it. This pick is just as good (if not better for me) than the Gravity pick, and a lot cheaper. Now don't get me wrong, Gravity makes some great picks, but for the price, and the play-ability of this Ultex pick, I think I'm going to stick with it for a while.

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