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Dunlop Gel Guitar Picks

Item# DUN_486
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$2.79List Price $3.99

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Gels picks are molded from our custom-formulated polycarbonate composition that provides superior durability in vivid translucent colors.


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100% Recommend this product (6 of 6 responses)
By Clay
April 2, 2018
Fast shipping to Canada. Excellent product. I love these picks. I find that I get a nice sound when using them on my exp16 stringed guitar. They are my favourite at a great price. Thanks.
By Shaun
July 18, 2017
Great feel and even better price!
I really like the slightly rubbery feel of these picks, which for me provide quite a great amount of grip. But the real sweetener for me is that S&B is currently selling them at $2.79 for dozen wow!
By Gavin
September 22, 2016
Thin blue picks are good for tres
I have changed from the thin Fender celluloid picks to the blue gels (thin). Great for fast, alternate (alzapua) style picking when playing the tres cubano, as recommended by most of the top treseros.
ProsLast 5-6 hours of play time. The perfect amount of flex for my stlye of alternate picking. They fail slow, usually splitting from the middle, in contrast to the celluloid thins that shatter suddenly. i.e at least you have warning that it is time to get a fresh pick!
ConsEasier to scratch when in your pocket with coins, keys etc.
By Craig
Fredericton, NB
August 22, 2016
Smooth feel with a good grip on the cheap
Not the most expensive picks I've got but I keep coming back to them. I used to play mostly medium thickness picks but I really liked the yellow extra heavy one right away. I like how they feel and never seem to have an issue with losing my grip.
By Rod
Tooele, Utah
January 28, 2015
I love this pick!
I read the only review on this pick so I desided to try it and I tolally agree, this pick just sounds nice and feels nice, I love it! I've been picking for over 30 years and I've always used medium Fender picks. I bought the purple medium and their just a hair thinner than my medium Fender picks but I like it better. I'm totally sold on these Dunlop picks.
ProsNice feel and sound
By Bruce
Haltom City, TX
December 30, 2013
Great tone--feels just right!
When I was young I used light picks. Then, as I matured I switched to medium picks. I just happened to receive one of these extra-hard as a freebie from Strings and Beyond in an order a year or two ago. It's just been lying around without slipping into the lost pick dimension--I guess because I didn't use it. Well one day I saw it lying there looking all yellow and clear, and so I decided to give it a try. We'll, I was pretty much immediately hooked. The sound is different from the regular picks I use. It just sounds good. And, it feels great. So, I've been using them ever since. I don't know what they are made of--I suspect it is polycarbonate. But, whatever it is it provides a nice strong smooth tone.
ProsSmooth Sound Very Nice Feel Good Price Looks Great (transparent) (see cons) Sounds Cool When You Drop It Onto A Hard Surface (it kind of tinkles).
ConsEven though the transparency is cool, it makes it easier to overlook (and lose) on many surfaces.

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