Jim Dunlop 0.60 mm Plectrum Reviews 4

I've recently discovered the difference a good pick makes to my guitar tone. Having recently switched to Dunlop JazzIII and Ultex picks, I played for a whole day with my old Tortex .60 and .88 picks to mix things up a bit. The difference in tone and feel was astounding! With jazzIII picks, the feel is much more controlled, as single notes an... [read more on Audiofanzine]

glassjaw7 rated this unit 3 on 2011-07-06.

it cost me 40 pence from andertons in guildford. great deal.

classic shape, great styling, and the tones....oh the tones! just that right 'pick' weight and a nice selection of colours...what more can you ask from a plectrum?

well initially when i got it home and unpacked it, i was pleased with it. but now i think it's build standard is substandard. for 40 p i expect a higher grade plastic and some nicer gloss.

its a well made pick, i guess. it'll last a few gigs and was a great introductory plectrum for me. i leant on this baby.

considering this entire review is a JOKE like american foreign policy, i wouldnt take it too seriously. however if u want a pick, then i guess theres nothing wrong with a jim dunlop 60mm. erm. have fun! and one more thing...just get out and play the damn stuff dont read all these reviews. they're not all that accurate ya know! i got a line 6 flextone against some reviews i found here. i gig at full vloume with it and it rocks every single night. so :p ! cheers.

joe bloggs rated this unit 4 on 2003-03-06.

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