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Clayton Acetal Guitar Picks (Select from gauges .38mm - 1.90mm)

4.3 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews
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0.63 mm
  • Produces warm clean overtones
  • Matte surface prevents slippage
  • Specially created to give enough so that strings won't bust
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Product Description

Size: 0.63 mm

The composition of this pick gives you just enough stiffness to give you those killer power chords, but has just enough give so that you're not busting strings left and right. It is also virtually unbreakable and has a matte finish to prevent slipping!

Product Information

Size:0.63 mm
Item Weight 0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions 4 x 0.4 x 2.5 inches
Shipping Weight 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B0002D0PA0
Item model number RT63/12
Customer Reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #10,198 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#398 in Musical Instruments > Instrument Accessories > Guitar & Bass Accessories > Picks & Pick Holders > Picks
Date first available at Amazon.com June 26, 2007

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Size: 0.80 mm Verified Purchase
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. I normally use a fender celluloid medium flat pick, and this feels rather large when I try to use it. It really is not much larger then the Fender pick. The height is perhaps 1/16 inch (1.5mm) more, and the width about 3/16 inch (4.5mm) more. The radius forming the sides is greater than on the Fender, so that had some impact on how if feels to me. This size thing is all a mater of personal preference, so the comments about size is not intended as a complaint. Just information. The size and stiffness of this pick may be preferable to you.
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.
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Size: 0.50 mm Verified Purchase
I like these picks for my acoustic electric extra-light and light guage strings where I am "plugged in". I like a lighter touch on the picking/strumming on my playing when plugged in vs. the heavier touch when not. For this reason I use several types of picks and these are my favorite for this specific application. These are thin picks.
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Size: 0.63 mm Verified Purchase
These picks are just great. When I jam, I tend to jam hard and most of the picks I've used tend to chip away little by little. These still do, but it's not as bad as most others and when one corner is shot you can turn the pick to use the other two corners since it is symmetrical all around. I would go through one or two picks per jam session lasting a couple hours, with these, one corner will last me a few jam sessions making the lifetime of these picks much much longer than your standard picks. I highly recommend these for those who jam hard on the strings.
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Size: 0.38 mm Verified Purchase
I like playing soft rhythm acoustic in our Praise Band and these get the job done! I would recommend a little thicker pick for unplugged though. I will be ordering more Claytons they out preform the other ones I have used... =)
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Size: 0.63 mm
For acoustic guitars: After playing for decades using about every pick you can imagine, I happened across these and began playing my 6-string and 12-string acoustics with them. WOW! They give a phenomenally warm tone and power to my acoustics. I have a very hard, powerful attacking style on both of my acoustics - I mean, I literally shred picks, whittling them down in no time - but NOT THESE! They are astoundingly durable and last a very long time.

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.
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Size: 0.38 mm Verified Purchase
Like many reviewers state, there's no 'best' pick for everyone and you'll end up trying several types before you find a few that work best for your playing styles. For me, this one is the best I've played for a general purpose pick. I like the large grip and the 3 corners. Also, it doesn't seem to slip as much as other picks tend to do when I play. I can flex it a bit to make it stiffer when I need to.

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.
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Size: 1.26 mm Verified Purchase
I love the 1.29mm picks. My accuracy and heavy 8 string guitar playing really came together after finding this match. The only reason I may stop using them is I'm hoping to design custom 3D printed picks that are angled to match my playing.
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By Ed on January 3, 2012
Size: 0.38 mm Verified Purchase
Yeah, I hear that all the time from friends when they see the .38 gauge Claytons I use. I've been using them for the last 20 years and not about to stop. I even ordered specialty .38s with logos from them 4 years ago. I gave up 'tire iron' pick back in the day; just felt like they were dragging too much against the string and slowing me down. With these, I get a clean, articulate pick attack that doesn't rasp against the strings. If I need a harder attack, I'll slightly bend it...but I've been doing this for years, so it takes a bit of getting used to. They don't break as easy as you'd think, but when I do rapid temelo picking, that's when the 3 points come in handy! .38s aren't for everyone, but try one for a little while, maybe you can find a use for them or help you achieve a different sound in your playing...then go back to your 'tire irons'! lol
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