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Ernie Ball Everlast Picks vs Tortex: Which One Should You Go With? We Analyze Their Listings

In the market for some guitar picks? Certainly no shortage of brands to choose from. The question of course becomes which brands should you shift your attention to? Well in this article we're going to do an analysis of the Ernie Ball Everlast picks and the Dunlap Tortex picks. Let's see what we can find out.

First we got the Ernie Ball Everlast guitar picks. In the pursuit of comparing apples to apples as much as possible we went with the .73mm pick. You can currently get them on Amazon for $3.89 for a pack of 12. They also have a 4.7 star score on over 2800 ratings.

Ernie Ball Everlast Guitar Picks, Orange .73mm

The second is Dunlap Tortex standard picks .73mm. They are currently on Amazon for $8.42 for a pack of 24. They also have a 4.9 star score on over 4300 ratings.

JIM DUNLOP Tortex Standard .73mm Yellow Guitar Pick

We ran both products through Review Meta and the results were good on both. The Dunlop Tortex came back as a full pass. The Ernie Ball Everlast did have a little bit of movement in their score due to suspicious reviews. However it was not much, it only moved from 4.7 to 4.6.

Based on the data we have, it looks like Tortex has not only more ratings but a better score compared to the Ernie Ball. On the flip side, Ernie Ball does offer a cheaper option as you can buy a 12 pack instead of a 24 pack. And even if you did buy 24 picks of the Ernie Ball it would be a little bit cheaper than the Tortex picks. That being said we are talking a difference of within $1, so not a huge amount of movement.

In the end, we think that Tortex gets the edge based on their feedback. If you are willing to spend a little more, you can also get a variety of the Tortex picks for $9.21. It's only 12 picks but you get get two of each size. It's a nice variety and carries the same quality feedback that we saw on the other listing.

NOTE: All price and review info is based on the time of posting. The numbers may have changed since the creation of this article. Don't forget to always research everything yourself before you buy it, don't just take our word for it. All links to Amazon on this page are part of the Associates program which gives us commissions, thanks for your support!


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