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Brett
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GrimFandjango wrote:Given the information provided by Caballero's Mojito-blurred memories and few minutes in Google, I think that this may be the purveyor in question. I will be giving them a call myself.

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An interesting site but I can't see anywhere there where you can buy one. Any ideas where I can buy legal turtle picks?
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The John Pearce ones seemed a bit pointy on the tip for me. Dugains were perfect for me, that little extra bit of length, but without being too pointy really loosened up my wrist so I could play a lot more nimbly, really like them.
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Me and Ducato have been using the Dunlop 5mm Primetones(round) and i can't tell the difference between my Wegens and the Dunlops to be honest--they come in a pack of 3 for £12.50.

http://www.jim-dunlop.co.uk/products/pr ... .0.0?pp=20&
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stublag wrote:Me and Ducato have been using the Dunlop 5mm Primetones(round) and i can't tell the difference between my Wegens and the Dunlops to be honest--they come in a pack of 3 for £12.50.

http://www.jim-dunlop.co.uk/products/pr ... .0.0?pp=20&
Just got some and they are virtually indistinguishable fom Wegens in terms of sound and playability and were actually 3 for £12. The only oustanding question is durability. Assuming the latter is good then they are highly recommended.
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Teddy Dupont wrote:
stublag wrote:Me and Ducato have been using the Dunlop 5mm Primetones(round) and i can't tell the difference between my Wegens and the Dunlops to be honest--they come in a pack of 3 for £12.50.

http://www.jim-dunlop.co.uk/products/pr ... .0.0?pp=20&
Just got some and they are virtually indistinguishable fom Wegens in terms of sound and playability and were actually 3 for £12. The only oustanding question is durability. Assuming the latter is good then they are highly recommended.

Totally durable--at least as good as the Wegens---and they're getting a major workout at the moment!
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