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Acetal Polymer Pick Standard .38mm /72

Acetal Polymer Pick Standard .38mm /72
Steve Clayton Inc

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SKU CPS38
Author Steve Clayton Inc
Format Accessories
Publisher Steve Clayton Inc
Style Picks
Gauge .38mm
Material Standard
No. of Strings 72
Brand Acetal Polymer
 
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Acetal Polymer

There’s nothing else like it

Strength is key to the ultimate performance. The composition of this pick gives you just enough stiffness to give you those killer power chords, but has just enough give so that you’re not busting strings left and right. Plus this pick has a matte surface that prevents it from moving or slipping in-between your fingers.

CPS38
Gauge.38mm
ShapeStandard
No. of Pieces72

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