Clayton Sand Shark Picks 6-pack .63mm

Sandy Grip Guitar Picks, Standard, .63mm Gauge, 6-pack
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Picky Guitarists Choose Clayton Picks

Since the 1980s, Clayton has rocked the guitar world with their amazing selection of guitar picks. Clayton manufactures their picks from start to finish in their factory in (appropriately named) Talent, OR. They offer a treasure trove of pick materials, shapes, and gauges. Your pick is a major component of your sound. The shape, material, and thickness defines your note attack and tone. The surface feel is also a highly personal choice (you don't want your pick flying out of your fingers at an inopportune moment). Sweetwater offers a huge selection of Clayton picks. Stock up today!

Clayton's Sand Shark guitar picks are hard to drop, thanks to the sandy grip surface. The sandy grip covers the sweet spot of the pick, so you get a good grip even when you're chocking right up to the point of the pick.

Clayton Sand Shark Guitar Picks Features:
  • Guitar picks with sandy grip surface
  • Shape: Standard
  • Gauge: .63mm
  • Quantity: 6
  • Made in the USA
Clayton picks - because your tone starts with your pick!

Tech Specs

Shape Standard
Gauge .63mm
Quantity 6
Color White
Manufacturer Part Number SH63/6

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Best picks you can buy ! get some !

Clayton Sand Shark Picks

Best picks ever! They cost a little more; but as my granddaddy use to say,"ya git what ya'll paid for."Thank's Sweetwater.
Music background: Studio owner & pro musican

Been using Clayton for many years

I've been using Clayton 63mm picks for many years.I decided to try these Sand Shark picks recently.Not good cause if the grit side flips over in your fingers and hits the strings, could possibly slip out of your fingers or damage strings.I'll stick with the regular Claytons I've been using.If it aint broke don't fix it
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