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Clayton Black Raven Guitar Picks (Select from gauges .38mm - 1.26mm)

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1.00mm
  • Specially formulated to reduce string pop
  • Matte surface prevents slippage
  • Great durability
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Clayton Black Raven Guitar Picks (Select from gauges .38mm - 1.26mm) + Clayton Acetal Guitar Picks (Select from gauges .38mm - 1.90mm)
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Product Description

Size:1.00mm

This pick has been specially formulated to reduce that annoying string pop. Plus, it has a matte surface that allows you to hang on to your pick without any unwanted slippage.


Product Details

Size: 1.00mm
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 2.5 x 0.4 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0002GMIXE
  • Item model number: BRT100/12
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,328 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 4, 2009

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By O. Lovitt on May 23, 2006
Size: 0.80mm
The coating on these is perfect. They are much easier to hold but can still slide just a bit to go from strumming to picking. Quit screwin' around, get a dozen picks and don't be worrying about it. Hey man give one or two to friends.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Schlitze on March 11, 2014
Size: 0.80mm Verified Purchase
These picks are pretty sweet. I was a big fan of the white Ultem picks Clayton makes, but I think I like these even better. They seem more durable to me and more like the tortex material Dunlop uses. I purchased the .80mm and they are very much like Dunlop's .80mm for comparison. I may get some other thicknesses and shapes as I like a variety of picks. If you've never tried this shape of pick before you really should, especially if you play acoustic and do a lot of strumming-they're great for that. So if you like tortex pics and want a bigger styled pick, this is the one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Drew on April 3, 2014
Size: 0.80mm Verified Purchase
I have always played the big triangle picks, usually in the 1.0 mm thickness. Super recommended for clumsy people with big hands or if you have a hard time holding on to a small pick.

I have played many brands but Claytons are my favorite. I love these and the Acetals, but these seem a little grippier. The Duraplex's seem a little less grippy.

As my playing has improved I now prefer the 0.8 mm or 0.63 mm width. I am trying the Ultems and Duraplex's in 0.7 mm. Until I actually order and try them, this in the 0.8 mm is my perfect pick.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ampthealien on February 17, 2013
Size: 0.80mm Verified Purchase
My favorite picks used to be Clayton Ultem rounded triangles, but after trying these out I can't decide! They almost make the Ultems sound a bit clicky. And these feel lighter and thinner even though they're both .80mm. (Not a bad thing I actually like the feel) I still love my Ultems too though. I find myself switching between both of them quite often now. I'd definitely recommend!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By George Michael USA on April 24, 2009
Size: 0.63mm Verified Purchase
It's not very helpful to review and rate a guitar pick, is it? Kinda like rating fruits and vegetables. Everyone's got their own favorites and reading a review will never magically make them useful to anyone else except the reviewer.

Picking the perfect plectrum is a matter of a player's preference. It's a profoundly personal perspective. The product of performance ... ok .. I'll stop ;-)

These are the exact size, shape and thickness for me, personally BUT *only* for acoustic guitar playing. I use a decidedly different pick for electric guitar and another size for mandolin again, according to my personal comfort and playing style.

My 5 star rating is inherently subjective.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Allen F. Widner on March 15, 2015
Size: 1.00mm Verified Purchase
I never take the time to write reviews on products, but I just had to on these...yes, guitar picks. Ive been playing guitar for 14 years now, and during that time I've transitioned through many different pick styles and sizes. These last couple of years I have found that I love the Clayton acetal tri-tips. They are easy to grip and can attack at any angle. My only criticism is that they don't hold up too long to hard attacks on thick strings. After about a week of use the tips have been shaved down and my triangle is starting to look like a circle lol....

Then I noticed these online. These Raven picks are just like the acetal ones, but MUCH more durable, and even grip and sound better. I can honestly say that these are the best guitar picks I've ever used in my life, and these will definitely be used by me until they stop manufacturing them (I hope not) or they make something even better. While the acetal picks lasted about a week for me, one of these easily lasts a month (with every other day playing, 3-6 hours each). I love these picks, cant rave about them enough. If you're thinking about them, get them. If you already use clayton acetals, you need this upgrade, its worth it.

*I use 1.00mm size, cant comment on others.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Bear on February 27, 2014
Size: 0.38mm Verified Purchase
When I'm bored, I like to play a lot of the so-called "cowboy chords" and kind of strum along to music. I've experimented with a few different picks and styles of guitars (acoustic, hollow body, and electric). These days, my go-to strumming guitar is my Gretsch hollow body. Anyhow, I wanted something that had didn't add too much of that scraping sound when strumming.

I thought that I wanted some thin picks for that purpose, and actually that probably wasn't wrong, but 0.38m is a little too thin. I gave one to my friend as a joke, and he tore the pick in half with almost no effort. 0.38mm is also a little thin to be playing notes/solos. However, I do like the shape of these picks and they do feel really good. At some point, I am going to buy some that are thicker because they are a nice fill-in item for an Amazon order, and let's face it, who out there isn't constantly losing picks.
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By Aichokeu on August 21, 2013
Size: 0.80mm Verified Purchase
Granted I've only been playing guitar for about 2 months, I noticed a huge difference with these picks. Before these I had a 1mm Clayton Acetal pick in the same shape. These give a much smoother sound. Acetyl picks sometimes give off a squeal in the background and these just sound better overall. I like a more aggressive sound sometimes that what a .80 will give, so I ordered a dozen in 1mm and they work great for songs with more picking. Definitely worth buying! EDIT: the .80 pick I've been using is wearing out and it's had probably 2 hours of total play on it. There are 2 other corners I can use, but I'm not sure if this is a decent life or not. The tone hasn't changed at all though so I still play with the worn out side.
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