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  • good product

    Dunlop 5010Publié le 05/21/13 à 07:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - How long have you use it?
    7 years, so it ages well as unchanged although I installed and removed each week.

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    No, bought on the net with your eyes closed, it's just as practical stuff.

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    installs quickly, I took the model 6 picks but I put that 3/4 so it is big enough for my use.
    The fault that I found is that without the tube, clamp it less picks ... suddenly, my pick of soft horn is no longer required and bar in my storage box.
    Also, the tube of my mic (a thoman to cheap ... ok) does not have a large enough diameter for this accessory, I can thicken it with tape......
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    - How long have you use it?
    7 years, so it ages well as unchanged although I installed and removed each week.

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    No, bought on the net with your eyes closed, it's just as practical stuff.

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    installs quickly, I took the model 6 picks but I put that 3/4 so it is big enough for my use.
    The fault that I found is that without the tube, clamp it less picks ... suddenly, my pick of soft horn is no longer required and bar in my storage box.
    Also, the tube of my mic (a thoman to cheap ... ok) does not have a large enough diameter for this accessory, I can thicken it with tape so it does not rotate and clamp enough my picks.

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    For 5 euros, when you have a mic to be, we must take what is really useful.

    - With experience, you do again this choice?
    Yes unless I find another model that solves my two little problems that remain minors.
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  • Well

    Dunlop 5010Publié le 12/19/12 à 15:04
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    I'm a guitarist, bassist and vocalist. Not really the right to make mistakes. If I lose a pick while I sing, well, I have not yet roadie to hand me a new pick. So here is a small object very nice and helpful. Cling to my mic stand, I put five picks, the thinnest bigger and harder for bass. I susi super satisfied.
  • Dunlop 5010Publié le 01/30/10 à 16:08
    The Dunlop Microphone Stand Pick Holder is a simple device which goes right onto your microphone stand and holds your picks in place.  This is designed for live shows, which is what my experience is with the product.  I find that I do drop a lot of picks while I'm playing, so having a whole slew of picks at arms reach is great for me in times of need.  Even when I don't drop a pick, sometimes one will be a bit worm out and this makes it easy enough to just grab a new one whenever I want without having to search around in my pocket or another place for one.  You can fit about six to seven standard size picks in the holder, but since I normally use smaller picks, I can fit a bunch of them......
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    The Dunlop Microphone Stand Pick Holder is a simple device which goes right onto your microphone stand and holds your picks in place.  This is designed for live shows, which is what my experience is with the product.  I find that I do drop a lot of picks while I'm playing, so having a whole slew of picks at arms reach is great for me in times of need.  Even when I don't drop a pick, sometimes one will be a bit worm out and this makes it easy enough to just grab a new one whenever I want without having to search around in my pocket or another place for one.  You can fit about six to seven standard size picks in the holder, but since I normally use smaller picks, I can fit a bunch of them at once.  However, I really only find it necessary to have a few of them in there at a time as I typically don't need more than one or two picks during a show.  While I can see how the Dunlop Microphone Stand Pick Holder might not be necessary for everyone, I like having it around as it makes it just one less thing that I have to think about during a show.  The price of the holder is also cheap enough where if I lost it at a show or something like that I wouldn't be all too upset and would just get a new one.  The Dunlop Microphone Stand Pick Holder will fit on just about any stand as far as I know and can tell as I've never found a stand that I wasn't able to attach it right onto.  There isn't too much more to say about this product that I haven't already said, as in general it is a pretty self explanatory piece of gear, but I will say that if you're considering getting one of these to just go ahead and do it as I think that you'll find it useful and be happy that you did.
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