Dunlop Tortex TIII
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Dunlop Tortex TIII

Tortex TIII, Guitar Pick/Plectrum from Dunlop in the Tortex series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 11 reviews )
 6 reviews55 %
 4 reviews36 %
 1 user review9 %
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tjon90107/11/2011

tjon901's review"A bit to floppy for my style"

Dunlop Tortex TIII
The Dunlop .88 mm Tortex pick was the first pick I ever used. After reading about picks and seeing these in players hands I decided it would be a good choice for my first pack of picks. These picks are very nice and I still have a few left over even today. The logo is completely worn off but the unique green color makes them stand out. That is one thing I like. I have a bad habit of buying black picks. Once I drop a black pick its pretty much gone forever. I cant find black picks on my floor for the life of me. Comparing all the picks I have purchased in my life to all the picks I have remaining I should be standing on a sea of picks but that is no so. They all seem to magically disappear. These picks because of their thickness and sharpness give a really good attack. Being .88mm they border the line between super floppy and completely stiff. At the time I did not know how my style would develop so when I used this primariliy they fit my style well. But as I developed my own style I noticed I needed something stiffer. Even with these picks being pretty stiff the flex in them gives them just a bit too much inconsistancy for me. I prefer a perfectly stiff pick when playing electric guitar. That being said I still use these picks when playing acoustic guitar. Using too stiff a pick while strumming acoustically may lead to a lot of dropped picks. Another thing I did not like with these picks is the completely smooth surface on them. The logo is just printed on. On Jazz 3's the logo is a lifted surface for you to get some grip on and on my preferred Gator Grips they feel like they are covered in sand. These picks go flying when my hands start getting sweaty. If you are looking for a good pick that can do both moderately heavy picking and acoustic strumming well this pick is a standout choice.
Ju1309001/04/2013

Ju13090's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Fusion Jazz III Tortex Standard and"

Dunlop Tortex TIII
The material of TORTEX standard cut with the tip of the Jazz III.
We therefore grip and attack Tortex and precision of Jazz III (without the moldy material that ruins the attack)
The best of the best.
Pick the perfect thank you DUNLOP.
Ju1309001/04/2013

Ju13090's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Fusion Jazz III Tortex Standard and"

Dunlop Tortex TIII
The material of TORTEX standard cut with the tip of the Jazz III.
We therefore grip and attack Tortex and precision of Jazz III (without the moldy material that ruins the attack)
The best of the best.
Pick the perfect thank you DUNLOP.
pectomachine03/19/2011

pectomachine's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very nice little pick"

Dunlop Tortex TIII
Super pick, clearly visible and above all comfortable, but I think I turned to her big brother 1 mm thick to have a good offense!
diquoi07/25/2010

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

Dunlop Tortex TIII
green, great to play anything, just deforms in an hour
and regains its shape

its not me posse problem but can not have the same attack of two cot mdiator for punishment
Callahan09/12/2006

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

Dunlop Tortex TIII
I use it for more than 6 years may be even more!
It does not slip and trs is enjoyable to play.
I play this on mdiator electro-acoustic guitars as well as electric. In beginners, it gives color to the sound trsmtallique, I dtest!
So why do I use? Because with some tips and time, he became my best friend.
These tips are trs simple:
- Play as possible and as hard as possible up to the wear appropriate recherchbr /> - lgrement fold (give it a shape)

Then, there is no longer that normally play and it works wonders!

I hear some dj said: "It's too complicated and too long!" May be, but patience is the one who a.
J-Luc05/29/2006

J-Luc's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop Tortex TIII
So I do not like the Dunlop satins like this. I think gives a rsonnance trsmtallique folk guitar. The pice is a matress mdiator for the musician on the one hand (because he must find it comfortable) and the sound on the other hand, the contact between the plastic and the cord as essential for harmonics that it gnrera.

The Dunlop gave her a "jack jack" I find trsdsagrable. I think that the micro-structure satin cre clashes on the rope.
Thomann is the puff and become all notched after 4 hours of ball.

The best (and comfort) that I found the Fender taient a little pearl and smooth that trs taient solid and had good sound. I can not find more ...
tartain03/11/2006

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

Dunlop Tortex TIII
I use this little piece of plastic for many years with two home dunlop and purples are not better!
They are thin, hard, strong, they have a good angle, good dcoupe, excellent!
ARTIFICIAL perfect for harmonics, the flat-picking .... On their electric folk conmme vitent the "frrrrp" Caus some picks too soft foam and even they sound good!
I have even seen the bass in use!!
benj8612/29/2005

benj86's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop Tortex TIII
I use a nice mdiator forever. It is neither too big nor too late and it does not slip. In addition it is solid (I have never broken one!). The only problem: the hard life because mdiator back with perspiration and registration go. Gnralement a mdiator me 2 months. But it does not matter!
zig6412/10/2005

zig64's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop Tortex TIII
I used the last 5 years.
It does not slip of the fingers.
I pass by mdiators more or less flexible, plastic, pearl mtal ...
By buying in bulk is a good ide (19 to 75).
I am in love with these mdiators!

And little info, THEY ARE DONE FOR ELECTRIC GUITAR!