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Duraplex Pick Small Teardrop .60mm /12

Duraplex Pick Small Teardrop .60mm /12
Steve Clayton Inc

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SKU CPDXST6012
Author Steve Clayton Inc
Format Accessories
Publisher Steve Clayton Inc
Style Picks
Gauge .60mm
Material Small Teardrop
No. of Strings 12
Brand Duraplex
 
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Great Sound, Great Strength

Duraplex has been in the guitar pick market for years. What sets our Duraplex apart from others is that we use the highest form of the material to resist notching and give ultimate strength. Also, our edges are polished, so there are no annoying tabs to get in your way!

CPDXST6012
Gauge.60mm
ShapeSmall Teardrop
No. of Pieces12

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