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Clayton Musicians Friend Rounded Triangle Guitar Picks
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Naturally top-quality, these Clayton rounded Triangle Guitar picks are made with acetal/polymer, a unique material that produces clean overtones, fas...Read More
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Naturally top-quality, these Clayton rounded Triangle Guitar picks are made with acetal/polymer, a unique material that produces clean overtones, fast release, and has a nonslip surface for sweat-soaked excursions.
- Great shape
- Easy to hold
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Musicians Friend Rounded Triangle Guitar Picks
- One dozen. Choose .38mm, .50mm, .63mm, .80mm, 1.0mm, 1.26mm, 1.52mm, or 1.90mm.
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There is no faster, easier or less expensive way to improve your tone and technique than to use a quality pick. After 35 years of professional playing and teaching experience I have seen this countless times. Anyone who tries these Clayton products is sure to find one that suits his /her playing style. I always used the Fender 346 extra-heavy picks, until I found this one, Clayton, 1.9mm celluloid white pearl. I am not knocking the Fender product. It is still OK. However, the finish and consistency of the Clayton picks is far superior. The edge geometry and smoothness from pick to pick is amazing! That's not so with most other brands. Look through any pick-bin at your local music store to see what I mean. Most brands have nicks, scrapes, dents, irregular edges or parting-seams from the manufacturing process. I tried numerous types of picks before settling on this Clayton as a personal favorite. Do yourself a favor. Try a few types, including some of the very heavy (1.9mm)Clayton products. They come in different materials and have accurate thicknesses in several varieties. Try these picks! You will hear and feel a positive difference!
These are very pretty guitar picks, but unfortunately they are not the best to actually use. I bought a 12 pack in 1 mm thickness and they all have a noticeable bend to them - you can see it - but more importantly you can feel it when you play and it is quite distracting.
I purchased the 0.50 mm picks and they were all cupped and far from being flat, usable but annoying. At the price they were not worth the effort of retuning them. If you are buying the thinner picks, put you money on consistent quality, buy Fender Thins or Dunlops.
Really like the feel of these things.