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Guitar Pick/Plectrum from Dunlop belonging to the Ultex series.

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  • Anonymous

    Very good and cheap!

    Dunlop Ultex StandardPublished on 08/03/13 at 10:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it regularly.
    Rigid Picks (1.14 mm) with a rounded tip.
    Very nice touch and the ear because it produces soft and round as I like sounds. On these two points it resembles the Dunlop Jazztone 207.
    Very good quality / price ratio, it is part of my favorites.
  • Very correct

    Dunlop Ultex StandardPublished on 11/06/12 at 11:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is not my favorite pick but it is in my top 5.
    This is my very rigid criteria to me. I need a little polish to make them for my taste.
    + Good rigidity, is almost everywhere
    - Lack of polish, wears quickly
    I always have at least one in your pocket.
  • Dunlop Ultex StandardPublished on 01/20/12 at 04:07
    This has become my ultimate go to pick for fast riffing and heavy tones. Thick sounding, no flapping and takes forever to wear out! Way better than the original tortex standards that have been around for generations. These are a much better improvement in terms of how long they last. I think some people can notice tone differences between the ultex and the standards but to me the feel and tone are both the same, except the ultex lasts longer, so why not go for the ultex???


    Great picks! Try'em out! They're the cheapest investments to changing the sound of your guitar without needing much!!
  • Dunlop Ultex StandardPublished on 03/20/07 at 11:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For some time I want a mdiator with good grip without streaks, roughly a smooth but sticky fingers!
    Until now I used Tortex Standard which, I think, tend somewhat easily slide ... and then I test the Ultex in 0.60 (which I find too soft) and 0.73 is happiness!
    A good mdiator trs, which wears slowly is well with fingers, does not sound like mtallique Tortex, in short the best that I mdiator given t try.
    It should be about 3 months now I use it and he is bluffing so I'm not ready-to change!
    The report price is trs INTERESTED quality if we achte lot, as a general rule I've seen around 30 cents, which, given the quality is no flight compared to other models.
  • Great Picks

    Dunlop Ultex StandardPublished on 04/01/11 at 14:53
    These picks are great. Fast, Great Grip, and don't rotate while playing. They have a great bounce-back, and don't bend easy (which I like). Nice, crisp attack, and can take abuse very well. These picks last a while. I used to use the standards, then switched to Sharps and I like them better. Much easier to shred with and pick accurately with. I prefer the Ultex material to Tortex. Easier to grip, keep control of, and to keep a hole of so they don't fall in my opinion. I love these picks. I use these mainly for playing Thrash, so they take a lot of abuse. They last a while. They don't break down or wear down easily. They also handle high speed, alt picked riffs and shredding very well.......
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    These picks are great. Fast, Great Grip, and don't rotate while playing. They have a great bounce-back, and don't bend easy (which I like). Nice, crisp attack, and can take abuse very well. These picks last a while. I used to use the standards, then switched to Sharps and I like them better. Much easier to shred with and pick accurately with. I prefer the Ultex material to Tortex. Easier to grip, keep control of, and to keep a hole of so they don't fall in my opinion. I love these picks. I use these mainly for playing Thrash, so they take a lot of abuse. They last a while. They don't break down or wear down easily. They also handle high speed, alt picked riffs and shredding very well. The grip on them is great. They don't slip while playing, and are easy to hold. They're made of a special plastic designed to be flame and solvent resistant. These picks also hold up well when pick scraping. Other picks get notched when you pick scrape a few times. These do, but not as badly as others I've played, which is a big plus for me. The color can make them somewhat hard to find if you drop 'em, but there's nothing you can do about that. As with every pick, you will drop them occasionally. With their opaque yellow color, it can mean a bit of searching to find one, but that's not a real issue with the way the play or how comfy hey are to hold, so I can over look it. All in all, these are, in my opinion, some of the best picks I've tried. I'm never going to another brand of picks again after playing these. Dunlop have, as usual, made some great picks.
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  • Great picks

    Dunlop Ultex StandardPublished on 04/01/11 at 14:41
    These are great picks. I love the feel and grip of Ultex. It's easy to grip, doesn't slip, and lasts a while. These picks are great. I used the 1.0 millimeter before switching to 1.14 millimeter. They just weren't thick enough for me. Other than that, these are stellar picks. I prefer these to tortex. They're much easier to keep a hold of, and they don't rotate while playing. They're picks, so they're not expensive. They're about the same price as the tortex, and I like them better. They bounce back and don't bend as much (which I like) and they just feel better. I use these mainly for playing Thrash, so they take a lot of abuse. They last a while. They don't break down or wear down......
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    These are great picks. I love the feel and grip of Ultex. It's easy to grip, doesn't slip, and lasts a while. These picks are great. I used the 1.0 millimeter before switching to 1.14 millimeter. They just weren't thick enough for me. Other than that, these are stellar picks. I prefer these to tortex. They're much easier to keep a hold of, and they don't rotate while playing. They're picks, so they're not expensive. They're about the same price as the tortex, and I like them better. They bounce back and don't bend as much (which I like) and they just feel better. I use these mainly for playing Thrash, so they take a lot of abuse. They last a while. They don't break down or wear down easily. They also handle high speed, alt picked riffs and shredding very well. The grip on them is great. They don't slip while playing, and are easy to hold. They're made of a special plastic designed to be flame and solvent resistant. These picks also hold up well when pick scraping. Other picks get notched when you pick scrape a few times. These do, but not as badly as others I've played, which is a big plus for me. The color can make them somewhat hard to find if you drop 'em, but there's nothing you can do about that. As with every pick, you will drop them occasionally. With their opaque yellow color, it can mean a bit of searching to find one, but that's not a real issue with the way the play or how comfy hey are to hold, so I can over look it. All in all, these are, in my opinion, some of the best picks I've tried. I'm never going to another brand of picks again after playing these. Dunlop have, as usual, made some great picks.
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