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Clayton Eco-Picks 12-pack Medium

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Now you can rock out with a cool guitar pick and be responsible to the earth at the same time. The Clayton Eco-Pick is an earth-friendly product made...Click To Read More About This Product

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Rock out responsibly with compostable picks made with renewable energy instead of fossil fuels.

Now you can rock out with a cool guitar pick and be responsible to the earth at the same time. The Clayton Eco-Pick is an earth-friendly product made of a unique, agriculturally based, non-petroleum polymer that is made with renewable energy. The plastic that Eco-Picks are made of is also certified as compostable, so you can throw them in the compost pile if you play so often that they wear down or break (and if so-you rock!). Also, the ink used to print the image on the guitar pick contains raw materials made from renewable resources, rather than from fossil fuels.

Clayton Eco-Picks are medium-gauged, standard-shaped guitar picks grouped into a pack of 12.

  • Made of non-petroleum polymer
  • Made with renewable energy
  • Non-fossil fuel-based ink
  • Certified as compostable: BPI-certified to ASTM D6400
  • Medium-gauged, standard-shaped picks
  • One dozen guitar picks per package

If you're an eco-minded guitar player, these are picks you'll feel good about strumming with. Order a bunch and eco-influence your band!


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Flexible, Durable, Sonically Sound..!

By Bill MacKay | Darts & Arrows

from Chicago

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Comments about Clayton Eco-Picks 12-pack:

These picks are just plain excellent. Medium yet quite firm, almost between a medium and a hard pick..but still with a resonant flexibility. It's really intriguing how they got these picks to be so durable and firm, yet also they have some give. The sound is great as well, they seem to bring out more shimmer from the strings, both brightness and depth. As to holding them, they are textured slightly so gripping is actually superior to that of a straight plastic pick. 12 for $4? Who can beat that? I recommend them highly.

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Good picks, but not for everyone.

By Thenameless7

from Defiance, OH

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Comments about Clayton Eco-Picks 12-pack:

I bought these because they are 12 for $4, like the other guy said, you can't really beat that. My only issue is that these picks are just a bit larger than a standard Dunlop pick, about 1/8 of an inch longer, and about 1/16 wider, and It definitely throws off my playing for anything that requires speed. Think of setting a dime on top of a penny. I will most likely be using these for my acoustic or handing them out at shows, not using them live. But, if you use larger picks, or don't play anything that requires much shredding, I recommend them.



By Zen Tai

from Undisclosed

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Comments about Clayton Eco-Picks 12-pack:

These picks wear out the fastest since pvc picks. They are also chalky, which adds a myraid of harmonic overtones as it scrapes across a string as it plucks it. SRV fans would love this. Chalky as in you can feel the chalky texture of the wear edge as you pluck strings. However, unlike PVC picks, they don't have that high friction that grabs strings.

Unfortunately, the first 2 picks I have used have cracked and broken in half way before its usable life was up. I consider myself a rather light picker and have taught myself to allow the pick to pivot. So they wear out super fast and will crack and break before you get to an equilateral triangle. But if you like a chalky pick, its much chalkier than celluloid picks. Or, if you tend to lose your picks left and right, the price might be right.

They are slightly larger, as most Clayton picks are. They seem to be about .80 thickness and have approximately the stiffness you would expect of a .80 pick.


better with age?

By Harmonica man

from eugene Or.

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    • Difficult To Use
    • Sharp Edges Catch Strings

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      Perhaps with use they will get better, but right out of the package I found the edges to be too sharp and tended to grab the strings.

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