Dunlop Standard Tortex Picks, 12 Pack, Green.88mm
- The pick used by top musicians worldwide
- Available in a variety of shapes and gauges
- Maximum memory
- Minimum wear
- Made of the ever-popular Tortex material for a long life
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The pick used by top musicians worldwide. Tortex picks are carefully designed and manufactured to give the characteristic maximum memory and minimum wear that made original tortoise shell famous. Gauges (mm): .50, .60, .73, .88, 1.0, 1.14
From the manufacturer
Performance is Everything
- Tortex was first released in 1981
- Built on precision & consistency
- Made in Benicia, California
Tortex: It's More Than a Pick
The pick used by top musicians worldwide. Whether you're playing searing electric leads or strumming acoustic passages, the appeal of Tortex as a sonic paintbrush is universal.
- Designed to mimic the characteristics of a tortoise shell pick
- Highly durable treated Delrin base
- Maximum memory
- Bright, crisp tone
- Snappy, fluid attack
Classic Turtle Logo
Grip-enhancing matte surface for improved hold.
Jim Dunlop's original Tortex formula is still used today.
Vibrant Tortex Palette
Gauging shorthand; spot your choice pick across the room
12-72 picks in a pack, choose a few or a bunch of your favorite pick.
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+ The packaging was not Tortex packaging, as seen in the product picture. The picks came in a clear-paneled baggie that lacked any branding.
+ Instead of the Tortex name being printed on the picks in black ink, it is raised plastic.
+ The green colour is also unlike the one in the picture. Rather than a bright green, it is more muted - almost olive.
+ The texture is significantly different from my other Tortex picks. Not only can you see some bumpiness on these picks, but you can hear it when you run the back of the pick across the guitar strings. My other Tortex picks make almost no noise. The plastic also feels much more slippery - almost oily - than my other Tortex picks.
+ On the top of the pick the spures have not been properly sanded down, another sign of poor quality.
+ The thickness is not .88 mm. Putting it side by side with a Jazz III .88 mm pick there is a small but noticeable thickness difference. Put side-by-side with my orange .60 mm Tortex, the heights are almost exact. However, these are even easier to bend than the .60 mm so I suspect they're closer to .50 mm.
+The lateral dimensions are slightly smaller than my orange Tortex, by about 1mm in both width and height.
It's well worth spending the extra dollar, going to a real music shop, and ensuring you're getting quality picks.
I love the feel of the Tortex finish.