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Second Best BUT........Get 'Em!Second best picks you can buy!But since the BEST are Blue Chips at $35 each you may prefer these!Perfect shapes and bevels! These are finished professional picks! The material is great too!Get the ones with little grip dots!I have these lying all over the house and in jeans pick pockets while my Blue Chips live on the guitars!5Even great for Acoustic GuitarSo. I had always used Dunlop Nylon picks in the past. I am a pretty aggressive player who plays acoustic guitar and sings in a solo act as well as sometimes with a drummer.. We ramp it up to pretty aggressive for a duo (And I do even ramp it up as a solo act too).. I bought a mandolin last year and bought a few different kinds of picks to try with that and tried one of these at a gig one night when I had nothing else. Quite honestly. I hate to be without them now. I use the 1.3 with grip and I am serious when I say, it makes me a better player and I can definitely tell the difference.5Great pick for mandolinI ve been buying a lot of Primetone guitar picks in various sizes and shapes, as I find them easy to hold, long wearing, and the material and finishing produces a very good tone. Having recently picked up my mandolin again after some years of inactivity, I ve been asking a lot of player about their preferred pick shapes. My choice in the past was generally small Jazz type picks with polished, pointed, tips, but I learned that a lot of pros prefer a large pick with a very rounded tip for both speed and tone. After a few days of practice, I could see why they made that choice. I get a lot of speed with these picks and no loss of Picking precision, and the tone is excellent. Unless I decide to try some of the very expensive picks, like Wegens, I think these will be my preferred mandolin pick for the foreseeable future.5Best Mandolin PicksThese picks are great for the mandolin. They allow for quick picking across strings, and the shape lets you get good volume while doing tremolo picking. I've used them for guitar as well--they aren't the best for strumming in that way, but they're great for anything mandolin and flat-picking on guitar. I got the style with the grip, They stay in the hand well even with sweaty hands after a few hours of playing. Very good value for the money--I would pay double the price for this and not blink an eye.5Great mandolin pick.Great mandolin pick right out of the box. I was looking for a reasonable alternative to a Bluechip and found a recommendation for this pick. This is my new favorite pick. I'd like it to be a little thicker and maybe would get the 1.5mm next time but it rolls off the strings beautifully and the sound is great.5Great feel I use it on all my acoustic InstrumentsGreat feel I use it on all my acoustic Instruments.Mandolin or Guitar it seems to play faster and warmer. I have no idea why. The way its design keeps it in your fingers with lttle effort.It baffles me but its no trick. I just order 2 dozen more. I hoghly recommend this pick.5Makes a big difference on the MandolinI'm a new mandolin player and didn't realize that one needed special picks. It makes a world of difference, especially with the tremolos (fast picking on one string). The rounded edge makes the picking much smoother than a pointed guitar pick.5best mando pick mademy fav mando pick. same feel as Dawg/Golden Gate, but to me, those sound very dull/dead. These are nicely rounded, bevelled, but maintain a bright tone. I like the raised logo, as it adds to grip.5Love this pick for acoustic guitar & MandoI've been playing Dunlop Jazz II 205 for 20+ years now but this pick has been a game changer for me on acoustic. My tone is significantly better and surprisingly my speed has increased too. I thought I would lose speed with the rounded edges but that's not the case and this has become my new go to pick. Great value and don't see these wearing out anytime soon.5Excellent mandolin picks!!Done alot of pick experimenting (mandolin, not guitar). Up till now, V Pick tremelo was a favorite along with V Pick Freakishly Large mediums, but they aren't cheap and they are clear which bites if you drop them on the carpet.....just got these Primetone with grips, they actually sound better like V Picks except without the string click. Very easy to hang on to and I can find them too! Frankly at the price, they are my new favorite mandolin pick! Very highly recommended, can be used for flat picking yet not too thick for strumming either! Give them a try if you play mandolin, I don't think you'll be disappointed!5
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