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Dunlop Gator Grip Standard Featured

 
Dunlop's nonslip surface keeps guitar pick firmly in place, even during your most aggressive, thrashing, frenzied solos and power chords. Set of one dozen.


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Worth the money big time!

Comments OK first of all I have to say that the gator picks have the best tone of all Dunlop picks. And this is not only my opinion. I used to try any kind of picks that i could find but now i really know what i'll use for a loong loong period. The thing with those picks is really their tone. For most jazz players is really important to have a beautiful clean tone and i'm not a jazz player but i realized that this is important for anyone, after all when you turn the distortion off you should be still able to play your stuff and not to sound like crap cause we all know how the distortion makes things easy. So the tone of the pick is something really important. Anyway i must say that i prefer the 1,5 mm, this is the best size for me, feels really comfy


Liked about it Tone, feel, size.


Didn't like Things that i don't like are mostly their durability. They really wear out pretty quickly, but here is a trick. We all have carpets at home. You can sharpen your gator pick really easy, look at youtube there are a few videos showing this, you have only to rub the pick's side on the carpet with quick long moves and its brand new or you can make it with a sharp edge, that is how i like it. Other thing is that i'm not confident that their "grip treatment is the best but this is just my opinion. Overall i think that these are one of the best pick out there and you should really give 'em a try.


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5.0

By Asstaroth
Oct 31, 2012
 
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My pick of picks!

Comments My gator grip picks, the .96mm purple one's are my favorite, are perfect for me. They have a non slip surface that gets a little bit sticky when your fingers start to sweat a bit. They seem to get better when they get warmer. By that I mean, they get a little bit more flexible, and the grip is better.

A lot of people don't think too much about the tone that their choice of pick imparts on their sound, but the pick makes a difference. I love the sound I get with these picks.

If I were to say anything negative about them, it's that I do seem to wear them out faster than other picks. The edges at the point do get pitted, and worn down faster than a lot of other picks I've used. However, that in no way is a complaint, just an observation.


Liked about it I love the feel of the pick, the slight bit of flexibility in the .96 gauge and the tone.


Didn't like I wear them out too fast.


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4.5

By blackspy
Jul 08, 2010
 
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The best picks !

Comments I use the 1.5 mm ones. I've tried lots of picks through the years and these are definitely my favorites ! They are very comfortable, you hardly "lose" the pick thanks to its "grip" treatment. Are not too expensive. You have to change the pick from time to time because after some sessions they tend to slightly bend, and obviously the edges get eroded with the use. I use them for practicing, rehearsing and gigging with great results !



Liked about it - The grip treatment.
- Look and feel.


Didn't like - Only buying directly from Dunlop a huge quantity you can personalize them or add your band's logo. This should be easier and for small quantities too.


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5.0

By crazyibanez
Aug 22, 2010
 
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