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Questions & Answers
The primetone 1 describes how one would apply the solution. In comparison to the 1mm, the 3mm have a brighter tone. A 5mm nail? In 1, we begin with a. I tried a 5mm Andrea pro plectrum on my rosewood dreadnought, but it was too mellow. ?
Yes, the answer is yes! It took me a long time to identify the two texture choices in Primetone, and I keep switching As a result of number 1, It does seem like 3mm is a bit brighter and more natural to my ears In any case, I go back to number Occasionally, I like to use 5mm, simply because it gives a better response to bass. That tip is perfect for my playing style, I just wish there were a size The fourth millimeter! I haven't seen a more dark or dead pick than the Dandrea Pro Plec and it is definitely darker than either of If you choose 5, 1 is also acceptable. IN REGARDS TO THE NON-TEXTURED PRIMETONE POINS also tried the primetone nontextured picks and I found that they were too dark and dead for my tastes. If you want a pick a little darker than the 1, the Primetone one is perfect. Try the Dunlop 207 as well, I love it a lot - 3mm on command It has a totally different tone (Used by Matt Flinner to achieve his great tone.
In what ways are the 515P13 and the 514P13 different? In my opinion, they both look exactly the same. ?
There is a lot I don't know. The 515P13 picks I purchased aren't quite as see-through as the ones on Amazon, as far as I can tell. The plastic may be slightly different from what you are used to.
Could it not be more correctly described as a pick-up instead? As stated in your ad, pick up is available. ?
Editing is becoming a lost art as more and more advertisements are put together without the need for correcting misused words or spellings. You shouldn't miss out on this one In fact, I use it myself. It is a great mandolin pick.
Selected User Reviews For Jim Dunlop Primetone Semi-Round 1.3mm Sculpted Plectra (Grip) - 3 Pack Acoustic Guitar Pickup (514P1.30)
Mandolinists really notice the difference when it comes to this
It didn't occur to me that one needed special picks since I'm a beginning mandolin player. Particularly with tremolos (quick picking on one string), it can make a huge difference. It lets you pick much more smoothly than a pointed guitar pick, which has a sharp edge.
| Nov 14, 2020
This song has a deep tone! It is a world of difference in tone, as compared to a Dunlop Tortex
There is a more resonant tone which is very rich in low frequencies. It might not be what you're looking for, but it sounds great for any work other than screaming high lead. A pick for those who love funk, blues, jazz or roots music, this is the one you've been looking for! They would have probably been a hit with Walter Trout. If you can just skip losing the damn thing, you can offset its high price by having three working surfaces instead of the usual two. If you can just skip losing the damn thing, then it will last far beyond the usual lifespan. It is only set back by the fact that the pick rotates a bit in my hand almost as easily as I spin my wrist, and because of the radius it is a bit difficult to quickly flip it back in place to compensate. Maybe I will drill three holes in it to see if that will help me get a better grip on it. Maybe it's time to try Gorilla Snot if that doesn't work. Could that be because I'm holding my phone too loosely? The point-to-remember You need this pick if you want your low frequencies to stand out and last a very long time. Blues, Jazz, Roots, Bass, Baritone guitar, and anyone else who wants some warm syrup poured over their tone should give it a try.
A game changer for the industry
A 3 pack of the 1 was purchased. In about a year and a half ago, I switched to smooth 5mm picks. As a general matter, I play (casually) country, bluegrass, folk, and worship music 99% of the time, with a 50/50 split between flat- and cross-fiddle A guitar pick and a strumming guitar. It's almost always a Martin D-type that I'm playing on An Elixer nanoweb string for 16GT with a medium gauge. An aesthetic perspective I love the look of these picks (ten out of ten). These are classics in their own right. They have muted colors, a matte finish, and a modest logo in other words, they have an Americana feel. They don't have gaudy picks with neon colors, no frills, and hard Style and rounded edges are pleasing to the eye in these picks, and their shape is great as well. The following functions are available (9. 5/10)*As I mentioned, I usually play worship music or country/bluegrass The tone of this pick is balanced, and I like it There is a warming effect in the tone due to the rounded edges. A smoother flatpicking is also made possible by that edge. Because the thickness/stiffness makes a difference in volume, I don't lose any. There are two different profiles of the corner, one rounded and one pointed but none of them are pointed by any means. The footprint is large enough that I can get a great grip and usually do not have a problem with the pick moving in my hand. Generally, I prefer the rounded corners to the square ones. A durability test is needed to make sure the material is durable. (8. 5/10)
There's only one problem I can find with this pick It is played nearly every day Over time, the surface has become smoother and If I decide to do so in the future, I may buy the "grip" version. The pick has used for a very long time, with only the finish showing signs of wear. The value of the item is (9)
Even at a nominal price of $3 per pick, I'm very happy with the product value. It's easy to see how the price becomes unimportant when you consider all the fun you can have with one pick. Plus, this product does a lot to bring out the best and most natural sound of quality strings and a quality instrument. In all honesty, I would definitely recommend this for anyone with a quality setup (and again, I am not too sure what the value is of a quality pick on a $50 guitar with $5 strings, I must admit).
| Mar 30, 2021
Aside from that, it's the second best
Don't let them go! You can't go wrong with these! Our second choice is the best. In fact, since these are $25 each, Blue Chips may be a better choice since they are 35 each! The bevels and shapes are absolutely perfect! Picks like these are finished by professionals! As well as the material, it is great! Make sure you get the ones with the The thing is that these are everywhere in my house and they are in the pick pockets of my jeans while my Blue Chips are in.
| Feb 28, 2021
A great pick for the As a guitarist, I've been purchasing a lot of Primetone guitar picks in various sizes and shapes because I find them easy to hold, long-lasting, and they produce very good tones
Since I've recently picked up the mandolin again after a long period of inactivity, I've asked many players which pick shape best suits them. decision was always to use a small "Jazz" pick with a pointed tip, but I learned that a lot of pros prefer a large pick with a very rounded tip, and this is true both for practicing these picks for a few days, it became obvious why they made that choice. I get a lot of speed and no loss of precision while picking, as well as a great sound. I think these will remain my preferred mandolin pick for the foreseeable future, unless I decide to try some of the extremely expensive picks like Wegens.
| Jun 20, 2021
The sound is even great when playing the guitar acoustically
In other words. My first experience with Dunlop picks dates back to the late 1980s. I am a pretty aggressive player and sing and play acoustic guitar in a solo act as well as occasionally The intensity is pretty high for a duo (and as a solo act, I even kick it up a notch). My new mandolin arrived last year and I bought some different kinds of picks to use with it. I used one of these at a gig one night when I had no other picks to use. Honesty is the best policy. Now that I'm without them, I find it hard to cope. The 1 is the one I use. My playing has improved since I bought the grip class 3 and it truly makes a difference and I can.
| Sep 11, 2020
Choosing the best command is a difficult task
The command pick I most frequently use. It has a similar feel to Dawg and Golden Gate, but in my opinion, those are very dull and dead. The corners are nicely rounded, and the bevels are sharp, but the color remains bright. It's nice to see raised logos, as they make the product more grippable.
| Feb 21, 2021
They are excellent picks for the mandolin! Pick experimenting is really what I do
(Not a guitar player, but I do the mandolin). Previously, V Pick tremelo and V Pick Freakishly Large mediums were the favorites, but they aren't cheap and they are clear, so they bite if you drop them on a I just got these Primetones with grips, and I actually prefer them over V Picks, as they don't have the string clicking. This is one of the easiest things to hang onto, and it's easy to find! To be honest, they're now my favorite mandolin pick at the price! I highly recommend this pick, which can be used for flat picking yet not too thick if you want to strumming it. It won't let you down! If you play mandolin, give these guys a try!.
| Feb 20, 2021