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Love the orange ones. Only pick I ever use.
Confortably for 0.9 String, good anti-slip material :)
I use with Ernie Ball Slinky Cobalt 9-42.
I've used many picks during my time as a musician. I'm very happy to say that the 1.0mm Tortex is the pick for me. For a long while I used two different picks, one for electric and one for acoustic, The Tortex 1.0mm is thick enough to keep my tone warm and mellow. The coating helps me hold on to it. I'm not sure if there is anything else out there for me at this point.
Excellent quality picks! I find them most suitable for acoustic guitar and bass playing.
I been using the same pick on my bass for over 6 months now. They last and grip well. Not everyone will like them, their edges are ruff and give a unique sound when playing that some players don't like as well as your generic celluloid picks. I saw Michael Angelo used them and gave them a try. I would no use any other picks, they just don't have the same feel or sound.
I have a lot of picks, but dunlop's tortex are my favorite ones,they don't slip off my hand like the other ones, i have them for so many time and they still great, i even made a necklace for me with one... They're not so good to play very fast solos, but they work for everything else!
The Milky Way
Iv played these for a while, and they have one huge flaw; they do not stay still in your hands, they move around amd have bad grip. If im playing a solo, these are pretty unreliable. They are goid, but im replacing these with jazz 3 picks. Good for country or anything else not metal. Sure kirk hammett used them, but he switched to jazz 3 picks for they same reason; lack of grip. conclusion, id but dunlop jazz three picks instead.
These picks are awesome!I first decided to try them when I heard Buckethead and Paul Glibert used them,they have great texture to pick with and it's less likely to drop them.You must try these picks!
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