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Tortex pics are made from a combination of tortex and acetal, a material that is created to replace the use of the shell of endangered tortoises.
Slash use's Dunlop Tortex 1.14mm Plectrums/picks
i think is saw on video of him using dunlop green tortex pick. he does usually play with tortex picks, but he does have a signature dunlop design Kirk's picks are Dunlop Tortex 0.88mm. They are customized with various imprints such as his signature and various Metallica graphics and logos. The Dunlop Series picks were promotional only. He does not use them. ~PickGuru
My personal favorite guitar pick is the "Dunlop Tortex .88mm" guitar pick.These picks are very very strong and don't shred to pieces and break like other picks.I would really recommend getting these!http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dunlop-Tortex-Standard-Picks?sku=110040The only thing is, you need to decide what thickness you want it.. Thicker ones produce a deeper sound on a guitar, and thinner ones make a lighter sound on the guitar. So you need to decide what thickness you want.. I love .88mm
Sheating conductor is the material that wraps wires to protect you from shock and the wire from being damaged.
Don't make the mistake of stacking it up there. That is a dangerous proposal. Use the sheeting as you hand it up.
Dunlop Tortex Sharp
If he picks on you , he most likely already likes you and just doesn't want to admit it.
Bare cable is simply a conductor without a coating, sheating, or covering. It is just bare wire.
That all depends on your style. If you want to play Rock or Metal, I'd recomend a heavy pick, since it'll give you a very heavy sound, but if you want to play an acoustic guitar, it's best to use a lighter pick, since that'll give a great jangly sound. If you want to get a pick that'll do everything, get a medium pick. Generally the thinner the pick the easier it is to play with
He uses a 59' Les Paul.ARE YOU SURE I WOULDN'T LISTEN TO THIS DUDE...EP 1998
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