Clayton Black Raven Rounded Triangle Guitar Picks  

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Smooth playing and long lasting!

The Black Raven pick has been specially formulated to suit your needs as a musician. This incredible pick is made out of a material called Acetal that has undergone a special process that reduces unwanted string pop. In addition, it produces clean overtones, has a non-slip surface, a fast release, and holds up to even the most demanding performance.

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ClaytonBlack Raven Rounded Triangle Guitar Picks

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Good but not the greatest

By D.H.

from Madison, IN

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  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Quantity


  • Tends To Slip

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  • Practicing

Comments about Clayton Black Raven Rounded Triangle Guitar Picks:

Good for mainly practice sessions. They tend to slip around while in use. Especially during heavy use such as barring, power chording, or soloing. However if quantity and price is the issue then these are decent picks.

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Aye, 'tis a brawny pick, is the Black Raven 1.90 mm Rounded Triangle...

By positivepicker

from Undisclosed

Comments about Clayton Black Raven Rounded Triangle Guitar Picks:

When I was a youth, I used thin guitar picks, the thinnest I could find. I'd strum my acoustic guitar, and I'd pick my electric guitar, and the thin picks I used would flap and flop like a playing card stuck in a bicycle spoke.

But the longer I played, the more I realized that a thicker pick gives me more control, and a bigger sound. When you play with a thicker pick, you know where it's going to be, when you strike the strings - there's no delay between your musical impulse and the note you choose to play.

When you hit a note, the note gets hit, no ifs, ands or buts. Even though you can't hear the pick when you play electric guitar, there's still an audible difference between thick and thin picks.

The Clayton Black Raven Rounded Triangle picks, in the 1.90 mm thickness, have given me much satisfaction lately. These extra-thick Black Ravens don't bend, even a little. But there's a subtle flexibility about them that gives a little "bounce" to my picking that, a more-rigid stone or metal pick could never provide.

The "Black Raven" plastic compound has a unique hard-but-soft texture that is satisfying to hold. The picks seem "warm" to the touch in a peculiar way (though this is possibly an illusion). This plastic that the Clayton company uses is magical stuff.

I came late to the extra-big rounded triangle shape, but I don't need to worry about these rotating in my hand, like conventionally-shaped picks sometimes do while I'm playing funk rhythm guitar. You have three points, not one. If it rotates to a different point, you're still good to go.

These picks have a vibe about them. Even their name conveys a mystique. "Black Raven" sounds like the name of a pirate ship, or a secret society.

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Not Bad At All

By Skins

from Fort Defiance Az

Comments about Clayton Black Raven Rounded Triangle Guitar Picks:

I use 1.00m but I mess around with the gauges so far I've used the 1.26m and the 1.90m I use Heavy Picks because the believe it gives you the fat low end people are looking for; these picks are great I don't hear to much of the string popping when I use them and if you"re able to mess up one side you just simply turn it. The cool thing about it is that it has three sides so they last and past the durability test I've haven't broke one yet. The grip is also great you hardly drop a pick when your hand is soaked they also look cool when you put two of them at the neck Oh yes their great ninja stars when you throw them in the crowd lol

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