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Clayton Black Raven Guitar Picks (Select from gauges .38mm - 1.26mm)
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- Specially formulated to reduce string pop
- Matte surface prevents slippage
- Great durability
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm new to guitar and still in the pick-trying stage. I didn't realize it when I ordered, but these are larger than standard picks with 3 picking points. Read morePublished 7 days ago by njpaddy
I've tried several different picks (including most of the Clayton line), but these are my favorite for electric rock lead guitar. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Taoshaman
Husband ordered these because he likes to buy the whites ones and when he would use those the residue of the pick was very noticeable on his black guitar, needless to say black on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Vane
I am just learning to play the dulcimer and read that picks make a difference in not only the sound, but the ergonomics of your playing. Low and behold that is a fact. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Living it up
They came neatly packaged and produce an OUTSTANDING tone. The texture makes it hard to lose your grip on, and not to mention, the design is sweet. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jack P.
I'm switching to these picks! No quality issues and cool as hell.Published 9 months ago by John Gladys