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Dunlop Lucky 13 Collectable Pick Tin
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  • Dunlop Lucky 13 Collectable Pick TinPublished on 12/24/07 at 08:23
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    Fed up sad mdiators! l has the serious fact !!
  • Dunlop Lucky 13 Collectable Pick TinPublished on 06/22/06 at 10:09
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    has now two months since I bought my first Lucky: D the skull
    it's super enjoyable to play with and then the top decors are really nice
    Now I do not play in Lucky
  • Dunlop Lucky 13 Collectable Pick TinPublished on 08/30/08 at 13:37
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    This is just one pick, but Lucky 13 is very comfortable and cheap. I play with a 1.0 and the handling is very good!
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