Dunlop Ultex Standard 1.0 mm
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Dunlop Ultex Standard 1.0 mm

Ultex Standard 1.0 mm, Plettro from Dunlop belonging to the Ultex Standard model.

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darkwolf291 01/04/2011

Dunlop Ultex Standard 1.0 mm : Recensione di darkwolf291 (content in English)

"Great picks"
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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.