I played with Fender mediums when I first started.
I went to a Ronnie Earl club and was blown away (and everyone else in the place).
Everyone seemed to play those picks.
He plays with these "flimsy" red picks.
My favorite fot years.
This has been my pick of choice for 20+ years.
I played them exclusively for a few years.
Over 15 years and still using these!
I have been using these exact same picks for probably over 15 years now.
I've tried other picks over the years but I prefer these.
You can nice leads with speed and unforgiving picking.
Tusq gives a snapper note and hotter strumming and easy to play.
These days, I use Tusq A1, Dunlop Jazz, and Red Tortex.
My son is very happy
Bought these for my son.
Nice solid pick.
my favorite pick
Love tortex picks, the non-slip texture does wear off eventually but not before the pick tip is also worn down.
I have heard good things about them, but I have been playing with a medium to thin pick.
The trusty classic pick!
I’m learning guitar so I’m no expert at all.
Not worth saving a couple of bucks on a guitar worth a lot more.
If you care about your guitar, I would consider upgrading to either a double strap capo or a different type.
I gave some to my guitar students for Christmas.
I use them on every guitar!
Love my Tortex pics
Ive been using these tortex pics for 20 years.
I have used these for speed picking, and they have helped me improve a lot.
I cannot afford to scratch my guitars by some accident as they are too valuable to risk a low priced item on.
It seems that an accident could occur while installing the capo vs. when it is installed and adjusted.
Dunlop Tortex picks are very durable and never break on you.
Good buy, I wouldn't hesitate to buy again or in different sizes to experiment.
I have a literal bowl of picks of all different sizes, and brands.