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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.
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.
Essentially 6 tips to play with, easy to dig in and pick with.
I was inspired to find a pick like this since Kerry King of Slayer uses 'em.
Now I know why.
Buy plenty as they do not last forever.
Pitch 'em when they wear to keep your picking accuracy.
I have tried so many shapes and sizes over the 25+ years I have been playing and these work best for me.
It is such a personal preference for picks as to what thickness,material,shape you end up liking the most.
I prefer this shape and this type of plastic above all others I have tried to date.
This type of plastic does not rip as some other pic material does. I play the hell out of these picks and they ware down but I have never had any rip or break.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used to use the regular clayton 1mm triangles and switched to Jazz IIIs or a while. I went back to these recently and forgot how much better I play with these picks. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Bill B
My affair with the bass guitar has seen me work to progressively heavy picks. I thought in time I'd be picking with quarters. Until I got these Black Ravens. The 1. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kirinjin
Best overall picks bar none! Nothing outlasts these and they sound great. Smooth edges and no warping. They easily outlast other picks by 5-1.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just the right flexibility. Not to light of heavy. I use them for dulcimer chord melody style mixed with flat picking.Published 2 months ago by Len
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 5 months ago by njpaddy