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Clayton Ultem Standard Guitar Picks .80 mm 1 Dozen

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The Clayton Ultem Standard Picks resemble real tortoiseshell in sound, feel, and color. Space-age material produces a clean, crisp tone with limited flex.

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The Clayton Ultem Standard Picks resemble real tortoiseshell in sound, feel, and color. Space-age material produces a clean, crisp tone with limited flex.

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  • Tortoiseshell sound, feel, and color
  • Will not fracture
  • Clean, crisp tone
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ClaytonUltem Standard Guitar Picks
 
5.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

Yes I would buy the Clayton picks again.

By Sarge

from Liberty, MO

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Improves Sound
  • They produce a great sound on my guitar strings

Cons

  • Poor color! Difficult to locate when dropped.

Best Uses

  • Great for flatpickin' lead runs.

Comments about Clayton Ultem Standard Guitar Picks:

I've used these picks for a couple of years now and I really like the different tonal quality that they produce on my HD-28 Martin. I mainly use Martin 4200 strings. I play bluegrass about 95% of the time and I enjoy flatpickin' with the Clayton .94mm and 1.14mm picks. The bad thing is that they are sort of flesh colored and are difficult to find when dropped on carpeted floors! Not much to complain about. I like 'em.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

faux turtle shell picks

By Jorge

from gulf breeze, fl.

Comments about Clayton Ultem Standard Guitar Picks:

I like them, they add a complexity to your tone.

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5.0

The best pick

By Tristan

from lockport NY

Comments about Clayton Ultem Standard Guitar Picks:

this is by far the best pick i have ever tried! it gives a nice clean bite, and DOESNT BREAK. yeah i might play pretty hard to keep breaking through 1 pick about every week or so, but ive had one .80mm pick for about 5 months and i havent needed to break into the rest of the pack!

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(9 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice picks

By Picky about picks

from Alabama

Comments about Clayton Ultem Standard Guitar Picks:

I like these Clayton picks. I've tried them in the .45 and the .56 thicknesses, and have made a second purchase of both. A little background: I've used Dunlop Tortex picks for years, used to buy them in packs of 72 in 1.14, .50, and .60 I play acoustic, electric, and mandolin. Compared to the Tortex picks, these Ultem picks are crisper and have more bite when needed. I haven't yet used the thicker Ultem picks on my mandolin, but I am looking forward to trying them out. Compared to the Tortex, these Ultem's wear a bit better, but I've actually broken a .45 by playing too hard at the bridge. It hasn't happened since because I'm trying to not play so hard. One of the reasons I went to the Ultem is because I can get bite and overtones with less force. My opinion - I've played with a real turtoise pick and regardless of what ever I've played since, nothing compares to real turtoise for that combination of bite, flexibility, durability, and warmth. Maybe it is not animal friendly to say that, but sorry, it's true. I keep on looking for that utimate pick and these Ultem's are the closest thing yet... My .02

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