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Jim Dunlop Jazztone Guitar Picks

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Developed specifically for the jazz guitarist, these picks deliver great tone and speed for any player who needs to play fast. JD Jazztones feature a super gripping surface, are non-flexible, & are great for speed and have a precision contoured edge to ensure a smooth release. Choose from five different sizes:
  • Round Tip - 204
  • Point Tip - 205
  • Medium Tip - 206
  • Large Round Tip - 207
  • Large Point Tip - 208


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89% Recommend this product (8 of 9 responses)
April 26, 2018
Fantastic picks!
I am using the 205 (small pointed). These picks are 2mm thick, about the same size as a Jazz III, and have a big, solid sound with a fast, precise attack. These are fantastic for most styles of playing, but might not be preferable for strumming on an acoustic guitar. The material doesn't grip as well as I might like, but I have yet to drop one during a performance. They wear a bit faster than some other picks (Ultex, various acrylics) but last much better than the more standard materials. The only things that might improve them would be to add some grip, and make them from Ultex.
ProsGreat sound, low price, lasts long
ConsNot much grip
By Noriel Acorda
United States
June 8, 2017
I have a set of each in my pocket at all times!
I first tried out the 208 as my pick for gypsy style playing. They really work well for me on my ukeleles. I got curious and tried out the 205's since I like Jazz III XL picks. These things are cheap, so I went ahead and ordered all of them. My favorite pick right now is the 206. I use all of these picks to change around my sound depending on the guitar, strings, effects. I tried the 5mm Primetones and they are too thick and "clacky" when I tremolo pick. I will have to try out the 3mm Primetones because I love the shapes of these Jazztone picks. I like the thickness of these picks, but I'd also like to try out the 3mm, since I also like the 3mm Stubby's
ProsThick. Slides and pushes the strings out of the way. It does the work. Nice texture out of the box. Very strong.
ConsThick. If you don't like 2mm thick picks, don't buy these. After a while they become slick. I suppose one could rough them up.
By Alisa
Moscow, Russia
July 20, 2016
Nice picks
Well suited for jazz, and other genres with a softer touch and a mellow tone.
ProsVoice-like overtones.
ConsWouldn't recommend these for rock music and style, requiring fast, sharp attack.
By Layton
Calgary, Alberta
July 11, 2016
My Choice is the 205
One of my top 3 pics for jazz.
ProsThey exhibit a natural grip in the fingers. Feel good on the strings and sounds great for jazz.
ConsCould be a hair wider across the top.....just a personal thing.....In actuality....nothing wrong with this pic.
By Trevor
Mason, Ohio
September 30, 2015
Pick Perfect
The picks have a good grip and are small enough that they are not getting in your way when you are playing. They are also comfortable to the touch and sleek so they can be stowed easily.
By C
Arlington, TX
September 1, 2015
Jazztone 205 Point Tip
The quality of these picks are exceptional. These picks are 2.0mm thick I believe and are a tab bit smaller then the standard red nylon jazz III's. Even though the 205's is their "point tip" they're actually not as pointy as you might think, which makes them slide across your strings like butter. Personally, I prefer to feel the strings a bit more, but if you like more of the rounded off, gliding type of feel then you should definitely check these out.
By Paulius
Alameda, CA
April 29, 2015
Good jazz picks
These are very good for jazz . 207 are my favorite.
By Jean
Matane, QC
December 30, 2014
Rock picks
Excellent flexibility and attack. Bright tone.
ProsLight, inexpensive and multiple gauge.
ConsNot really tough. Sharp point ''rounded'' very fast.
By Gab
Saint-Hippolyte, QC
January 14, 2014
Pas juste pour le jazz.
Je joue du blues et du rock et je trouve ses miators tr adapt Leur rigiditpermet de bien nuancl'attaque et le son.
Pros+ Bonne durée de vie + Son chaud et doux

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