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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The picks I bought are 0.80mm thickness and they seem a little stiffer than the medium weight Fender picks that I normally use. If shape and size of this pick were not an issue for me, I would probably go for thinner size to get something a little more flexible.
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.
As another reviewer pointed out, these picks do make a very noticeable scraping sound. -1 star. However, for every other reason, I'll stick with these until I find something just as comfortable and less noisy. If they weren't so noisy, I'd easily rate these 5 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like this product because it has three corners of a triangle to wear out, and last a long time. Also, there are no funky chemical rubber grips that can cause a allergic reaction... Read morePublished 1 month ago by patrick brenner
I have been using these same Clayton triangular acetal picks in 1.90 mm with my electric basses for about a quarter of a century now, and I wouldn't use anything else. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rick A.
I had been using these for years, but the Clayton Black Raven picks are my new favorite. They just sound better.Published 5 months ago by Taoshaman