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Dunlop Tortex Standard .50mm Red Guitar Pick – 12 Pack

Buy Dunlop Tortex Standard .50mm Red Guitar Pick – 12 Pack: Musical Instruments – ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases

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The choice utilized by leading musicians worldwide. Tortex picks are very carefully developed and also manufactured to give the characteristic maximum memory and also minimal wear that made initial tortoise covering famous. Scales (mm):.50,.60,.73,.88, 1.0, 1.14

Customer Reviews

More of a strummer? Consider a smaller gauge

9 people found this helpful.
 on February 17, 2017
By B L
I started playing acoustic guitar recently – and for the record, I am more of a rhythm player / strummer. My first guitar was one of those combo box guitars that come with everything – guitar, amp, picks, strap etc – for a few hundred bucks. After I played on that a while I wanted to get a nicer, more advanced guitar. I ended up purchasing a Taylor 114ce Acoustic Electric.

Orange is the new RED (.6mm still flippy and snappy, like .5mm)

3 people found this helpful.
 on September 7, 2017
By Sharp Shopper
Tortex is awesome, we all know that. I find .6mm is a great balance between stiff enough to rip out double picking and soft enough to cushion my sometimes too enthusiastic pressure when I’m rocking hard. And it retains a lot of the snappy click and feel when strumming. But honestly, lately I’m back to favoring the red .5 mm. I love a soft pick where you can dig deep down into the string and feel it go SNAP.

Simply put, these picks have been good for me.

5 people found this helpful.
 on August 16, 2014
By Jay For Short
These picks are great! I mean, preference is going to vary from player to player, but these .50 (in Red) and the .60 (in Orange) are good for my style of playing. These are the two sizes I use so I won’t speak for any of the other sizes.

Great pick, I bought both the

One person found this helpful.
 on December 4, 2017
By Drew
Great pick, I bought both the .50mm ones and these in 0.60mm. I prefer these, so if you’re looking for a light pick, this might be a good start. So far they are super durable, I was using the same pick for a long time and it never wore or anything. The shape is nice and I would say that the point is a little more on the sharp side if you were wondering. My favorite thing about these picks is the texture on them. It feels really nice in your hand and provides just the right amount of grip without feeling harsh or sticky. I would recommend these for a thin pick, but I really like these heavier Ernie Ball picks, they feel much faster due to the shape and texture. 

These are the picks that I always go back to from strumming my acoustic.

2 people found this helpful.
 on May 28, 2015
By Pat
I have tried a ton of picks. I still do. I like the experience of hearing and feeling what a new pick does to a certain song. As a kid I use to buy a lot of no brand picks or fender thin picks. While all my friends wanted thicker, harder picks… I love the way a thin pick sounds. To tell you the truth it keeps me in better time hearing the pick than the music itself.

Total beginner, very satisfied.

 on February 4, 2015
By Laplace Transform
These are the first guitar picks I’ve ever purchased. I just started playing two months ago, and up until I received these picks I was using my fingers and a bit of thin credit card that I cut into an approximate shape. Sounds ghetto and it is, but it actually worked pretty well. I play piano and blues harp so I’m not a new musician but I am a complete guitar beginner so I have absolutely zero frame of reference regarding picks.

Really like ’em – both the .73 (yellow) and .88 (green) gauges!

 on October 23, 2015
By Bobby W.
I have recently gotten back into guitar playing, focusing on acoustic. I never did like the feel of the Fender picks, they felt too slick and “brittle” to me. My pick of choice back in the day was Dunlop nylon – they felt ok, but didn’t give me the control of a “shell” pick.

Well, I love them. I got more than I thought I would.

One person found this helpful.
 on April 9, 2017
By DeftRat
Dunlop Tortex series has always been my go-to for bass picks (when the song calls for a pick). I like the feel of them. As for design/size, I prefer the triangle or wedge models. I ordered this thinking I was going to get 1 bag of 12 picks. Instead I got 1 box containing 12 bags of 12 picks. Now I have no excuse to never have a pick (nor do my bandmates…).

How Do You Review a Pick?

 on December 30, 2012
By George Sawyn
How Do You Review a Pick? Such a basic guitar-player item… and so much at the mercy of each individual player’s particular needs… but I’ll give it a try.

Durable And Don’t Slip: What’s Not To Love?

3 people found this helpful.
 on August 14, 2012
By Robert I. Hedges
As a kid I learned to play the trombone proficiently, but my heart wasn’t really in it, so I took up the guitar, which I love. I played for several years but stopped playing for lack of time. I recently started playing again and was looking for the perfect pick for classic rock (I have an old Ibanez and a Les Paul Custom) and have tried several picks in that quest. There are several I have liked (and several that I haven’t) but thus far my favorite is the 1.0mm Tortex (blue) picks. They have a very nice, almost powdery, matte feel that minimizes slippage and they just don’t break, though the 1.0s are fairly stiff. Depending on what you are playing there are various thicknesses available, and most people will find something suitable for their personal preferences. I won’t say that I will never try anything else, but thus far I find myself picking up my 1.0 Tortex more than other picks.

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