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Jim Dunlop, Sr. died Feb.7th #2974578
02/08/19 06:42 PM
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I use Dunlop picks, a slide, a wah and 2 MXR pedals, a micro amp and a blue box. I feel like almost everyone has a Dunlop product.


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Re: Jim Dunlop, Sr. died Feb.7th [Re: surfergirl] #2974608
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I use Jim Dunlop picks, and I have one of the Dunlop Volume pedals which I have somewhere in my climate controlled shed, but I haven't used in in a half dozen years or so. RIP Jim Dunlop.


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Re: Jim Dunlop, Sr. died Feb.7th [Re: desertbluesman] #2974617
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Rest in Peace Jim Dunlop, you made a great company with good guitar products that stand the test of time...


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Re: Jim Dunlop, Sr. died Feb.7th [Re: Larryz] #2974656
02/08/19 11:35 PM
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no longer lexington, Kenfunky,...
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no longer lexington, Kenfunky,...
He speaks for himself


What to w/ some of that stuff


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Re: Jim Dunlop, Sr. died Feb.7th [Re: d / halfnote] #2974671
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I use Dunlop picks also. Wow, he sure touched many lives.


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Re: Jim Dunlop, Sr. died Feb.7th [Re: Sharkman] #2974757
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Dunlop Tortex and the the thick, dull black Jazz picks were my main picks for a long time; still have a bunch of them in nearly every Guitar case. For me, the big thing was when Dunlop revived MXR, a classic pedal line that clearly didn't deserve to go extinct. I still recommend the Micro Amp as an affordable first-in-line Boost/Buffer for almost any pedalboard.

Like Leo, Les, and a handful of others, he may be gone, but his sounds will be with us for a long time . . .


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