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Dunlop Nylon Standard

Nylon Standard, Guitar Pick/Plectrum from Dunlop.

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Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 11 reviews )
 10 reviews91 %
 1 user review9 %
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xbassman_K08/05/2013

xbassman_K's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" My favorite!"

Dunlop Nylon Standard
It's simple I use everywhere! Folk, electric, bass and it serves me well to control the action of my guitars (in 0.38 only). My preference is to 1mm (black), which I find a perfect balance between flex and rigidity, I sometimes use a .88 on my folks but I find it a bit too soft in control. Special mention for its use on low nets equipped with dishes, a feast, it "snaps" just right and control is perfect for velocity. His grip is quite good although it is not the best of its kind, it is sufficient in all cases (I've seen better at this level, but I do not remember the brand or model ...). I also liked the Tortex for a bit more rigidity similar thickness, but their grip is miserable and I reserve the use of the studio where it was less likely to be swimming!
His life is exemplary, its erosion is slow and never (not like some Herco nylon) do not break. I think I still have in my box picks specimens that have more than 10 years!
pegeco09/22/2011

pegeco's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Perfection plastoc"

Dunlop Nylon Standard
+ I use Dunlop USA Nylon 0.73 forever. I'm not a guitar hero, or even solo, I play the guitar to compose and accompany me, rhythmic and arpeggios. It is the thickness I need.

+ I obviously tried models heap (even cut phone cards), I always come back to this one. When I need to attenuate somewhat my attack, I sometimes go to the same but 0.60

+ I love everything about this model, especially since now I buy the version "max grip" that stick to the fingers. smooth and slippery picks I can not stand those there I REALLY called "Picks"! As for the aesthetics ... I'm not one to buy signatures (which fade anyway in less than two) or decorated models. The only small problem is that my laptop has the same gray and I often laying on ^^

+ Q / P is necessarily good: essential, they cost the portfolio currency. Purchased in packs of 12 "max grip" in the middle of a command Thomann for € 3.66 (€ 0.30 piece)

+ It takes me about 10 years to use in 1, I will perhaps paumer 1 year ... I remake this choice in a dozen years, yes, I think.
Traumatic04/03/2011

Traumatic's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" ideal mediator?"

Dunlop Nylon Standard
I use Dunlop Nylon (0.60/0.73/0.88/1) past twenty years, I have tried many others but I found nothing to my taste as well!
they have a reputation to keep fingers well, and it's true, we can make a mediator cepandant more galling by squaring it with small strokes of knife to the place where we stand with the fingers (a lot of my friends scratch do)!
However, I discovered that recement the nylon Dava corespond the Dunlop nylon (from 0.73 to 1) depending on the manner in which it is held, I think it's a good complement to dunlop!
chatgarou04/02/2011

chatgarou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I second flight time"

Dunlop Nylon Standard
I used this pick for years before I realized we could not get the best part of the dynamics that can have on an electric guitar.

I went to tortex the same brand for a thickness equal is much harder and more opportunities to play on the attack on each note.
I gained speed because I am no longer obliged to attack as a savage to have a good offense.

Every time I have yet to find a pick that suits me.
redstring11/08/2010

redstring's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop Nylon Standard
I use the Mediator (acoustic and electric 0.73 or 1 mm) for two years and I have (almost) forget all the others.

1) I enjoy normment that it does not slip on the funky rhythm most furious!

2) As a crit Burners Wolves "further down he has a perfect balance between flexibility and rigidity





& %&%&%&% Most enjoyable I found
damsk804/10/2008

damsk8's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop Nylon Standard
I found that my pick 1mm too hard because I rubbed a Bourin, I opted for the latter, and it's going niquel 0.46;) !
Eяяаtom06/23/2007

Eяяаtom's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop Nylon Standard
huge this pick, y 'was always a stuffed into my pocket!
good grip, good wear, I use the "1 mm" on power, and the "0.73mm" to dry.
Bruleurs de Loups12/08/2006

Bruleurs de Loups's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop Nylon Standard
I use this mdiator good for three months, and I found my mdiator with a. I use it in 1mm of electrical and I must say it is excellent! It possde a perfect balance between soft and hard (it's not a piece of paper, but not a stick either) and I like it a lot!

I would like to try the same when Jazz III to see, but 1mm Nylon is the best I mdiator jou;)
Guiohm11/28/2006

Guiohm's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop Nylon Standard
This is the mdiator suits me perfectly APRS trying Fender (dsintgrs each time and grip Savonette) Dunlop Tortex (not bad but average grip) and other brands without intr t evokes. So I stay on the dsormais Dunlop Nylon 1mm in which little rosif trs, sticks well to the fingers and gives a little color to the touch that I find cool trs. I just recommend 12 to 6.25 exactly. I know not what they sell in stores or the average selling price.
ulmann09/17/2006

ulmann's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop Nylon Standard
1 year I use this pick

Rsistant and flexible at the same time

I tried others but mdiators bof so veiled

0.80 I find that the price of normal quality

with exprience so I refer the same choice