Dunlop Nylon Midi Standard Review | KrisPicks
The Dunlop Midi Standard .67 mm gauge nylon pick is the pick I choose most often when playing acoustic guitar. Pick Specs: Gauges: ..53, .67, .80, .94, 1.07, 1.14 mm Material: Nylon Shape: Regular Tip: Rounded Price: About .50¢ a piece or $3.50 - $6.00 for a 12 pack I really like how these nylon picks sound when playing acoustic guitar. They flex quite a bit, which is perfect for strumming chords. This allows for all types of strumming patterns, arpeggiation of chords, and for some single line notes. If I want a little more stiffness I will switch to the .73 mm gauge in Dunlop's Nylon Standard line of picks (.38, .46, .60, .73, .88, 1.0 mm), which also sound very good when used with the acoustic guitar. What is nylon? A tough, lightweight, elastic synthetic polymer with a protein like chemical structure, able to be produced as filaments, sheets, or molded objects. In our case molded guitar picks. For more information on nylon's history look here. As you can see in the picture these