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Steve Clayton Inc


Author Steve Clayton Inc
Format Accessories
Publisher Steve Clayton Inc
Style Picks
Gauge 1.24mm
Material Standard
No. of Strings 12
Brand Spectra
Our price: £2.49
including VAT20




High Composition Carbonate for amazing tone and wear.

Clayton Spectra picks are formulated out of high composition polycarbonate that provide for amazing tone and wear. Each pick has clean and smooth bevelled edges to increase speed with playing and create a fast release off of your strings. Spectra contains a matte finish to reduce slipping during play.

No. of Pieces12

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