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Clayton Acetal Guitar Picks (Select from gauges .38mm - 1.90mm)
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- Produces warm clean overtones
- Matte surface prevents slippage
- Specially created to give enough so that strings won't bust
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Size: 0.63 mm
Top Customer Reviews
Also, the larger size of these greatly lessens my propensity to occasionally drop one, as its acetal material really offers a superior sureness of grip. I've tried similar picks made of Ultex - they slip a LOT more. These just give a great feel and excellent grip. And the beveled edges, I think, add for a nicer, smoother sounding strokes. And I just could not believe the difference in volume and tone that these picks make. I never knew what my old six string had in her until I played her with these.
While I've used the 1.52 size - it is a bit stiff, but yet WAY powerful sounding. For lots of strumming and more delicate actions needing a bit more bend, I favor the 1.26 size - gives the power with a bit more give/bend to it.
I've also used these same large, triangler acetals on my archtop - and they sound terrific. After trying these, I was shocked at the difference a guitar pick could make in tone and power.
Next I hope to try some smaller, teardrop Claytons on my electric guitars.
Features in their favor is that they don't have that objectionable little divot seen on some other brands of picks, they are symmetrical and they have enough surface 'grab' so they don't go flying out of the hand like yet other un-named brands. Plus white is not as cheesy looking as most picks.
How long does a pick last? These will do for several hours of playing, especially if every hour or two I turn them over or change corners. All picks wear out and become curved with use, and these may last a bit longer than average. Or not, depending on playing style.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had been using these for years, but the Clayton Black Raven picks are my new favorite. They just sound better.Published 11 days ago by Taoshaman
This is a high quality pick but not one that I will be using very much. It is a personal preference issue, not anything that is wrong with the these picks. Read morePublished 2 months ago by PhotoHome1
I'm a bass player and I used these picks when I first started out. They felt really comfortable and were easy to hold compared to a typical guitar pick. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brandon Franklin
I've always loved Clayton picks and these are no exception. The texture is just right to keep from slipping out of your fingers. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jason W