Different Dunlop Ultex pick

#1

I found a Dunlop Ultex pick in a draw which i realy like. It is a bit smaller then the normal ones and has a bevelled tip.
I want to order some more in different thickness but i can’t find them anywhere on the internet…Does anyone no where i can get them?
On the pictures you can see the difference.

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#2

Don’t hold me to this, but that seems to me like an Ultex Sharp (which are a different, rounder shape from the Tortex Sharps) that’s been worn down slightly.

https://www.jimdunlop.com/product/433p-7-10137-04252-0.do

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#3

No it is not. The sharp,s have “Sharp” written on them and they are the same size as the normal ones.
; i have a few sharps
This smaller one is not worn down either, I almost did not use it.
It is realy a different size and tip.

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#5

Here you can see the bevel.

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#6

This picture threw me, I thought that was a single pick. :smile:

Are you SURE that’s not worn? To me it does look like a standard pick with part of the tip worn or polished off.

Other than that… Looks like your options are Standard, Sharp, Triangle, and Jazz, and that’s way closer to a Standard than anything else.

https://www.jimdunlop.com/category/products/guitar+picks/ultex.do?c=100379.100382.100402&pp=12&sortby=ourPicksAscend&sortType=1

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#7

I am sure it is not worn down because i almost never used it. And it is to nice symetric and smooth on both sides to be a worn down pick.
It plays much nicer then the normal ones to me, it’s a mystery…

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#8

I would call Dunlop and ask them. Your pick looks interesting, a little bit like a Flow.

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