Jim Dunlop Lucky 13 Pick .73 Reviews
Product Type: Jim Dunlop guitars and bass guitars
Description:Brand: Jim Dunlop / Type: Guitar Pick / Size: .73
Newest Review: ... durability of these plectrums go, they are every bit as reliable as a standard Jim Dunlop or Tortex pick (it would be very ... more
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Customer Jim Dunlop Lucky 13 Pick .73 Reviews (3)
by - written on 27/07/12 (Very useful, 11 readings)
The Jim Dunlop Lucky 7 series of guitar plectrums is essentially a set of plectrums with a very similar feel to that of a Jim Dunlop Tortex pick, but with different illustrative designs on each plectrum. Each plectrum depicts a 'rock n roll' themed illustration, which in truth are pretty cliched for the most part, ranging from cars, whiskey bottles through to skulls & crossbones and what not. They come in packs of 6 & come in three gauges - .60mm, .73mm & 1.00mm. The thickness you need will depend upon your personal preference & style of playing. I tend to use a .60mm plectrum when possible. As far as the actual ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/12 (Very useful, 108 readings)
If you want to immerse yourself even deeper into a rock n'roll mindset whilst strumming, then Jim Dunlop's 'Lucky 13' guitar picks may be just what you're looking for. I first came across these illustrative plectrums when I received some free with a guitar magazine a few years back. The picks stand out from the norm as they feature a rock-themed picture printed on the front of each one. Each picture is fairly predictable in terms of its subject - there's the standard rock fare of skulls and crossbones, naked ladies, cars, and whiskey bottles to name but a few, and there are many different ones to collect. Price & Specification - - - - - - - - - - - - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/11, updated on 03/02/11 (Very useful, 66 readings)
~Lucky 13 guitar picks from Jim Dunlop~ ******************************* Amongst the guitar picks that I have in use at the moment are some of the range of Jim Dunlop Lucky 13 Guitar Picks which I have found to be very similar in many ways to the standard Tortex guitar picks that Jim Dunlop produce, although I have found that the funky artwork on the Jim Dunlop Lucky 13 Guitar Picks will stay in place for longer than when using a standard Tortex guitar pick. When wanting to review the Lucky 13 Guitar Picks on Dooyoo they were not listed here, so a product suggestion was made in order to allow me to share my thoughts about them and as these guitar picks ... Read the complete review
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