Products Used: White Acetal triangle picks in 0.63mm gauge
“I play surf music and a very dynamic set on stage: it goes sweet and melodic, or it goes heavy and loud. Double picking all the time. All I need is control, precision, attack, feel and clarity, and Clayton Acetal picks are absolutely game changers! No better pick for me!”
Surfer Joe has been involved in the surf music scene since the middle of the 90s, building up his name worldwide as musician and organiser of events. By currently playing more than a hundred concerts a year around the world, Surfer [...]
Products used: Clayton triangle acetal 1.0mm picks, Clayton triangle acetal .80mm picks, Clayton straps
“I have used different types of Clayton picks and can say they are the best pick out there! I would recommend Clayton to every player!” – Nick Rhoades
“I’ve used Clayton 1.0mm acetal triangle picks since I was 15 years. Nothing else can compare to their quality, feel, and sound.” – Marshall Riley
“As a multi-instrumentalist, I need reliability and versatility on stage and in the studio. Clayton always delivers!” – [...]
Currently a Professional Artist, self-titled Vito A.Galati I, Archangel I have played professionally for over 25 years….started my love of the guitar and music at the age of 5. At the Age of 21 went off to find the starlight of rock and roll, I was with several Professional acts, Had toured Extensively for a few years, worked with a few Signed artists over a period of 15 years, all the while suffering under a conviction that ,I really was not using my ability for the one who created it to begin with.
I broke away in early 90’s with [...]
Products Used: Clayton Custom Green Delrin, Standard Shape, 0.88mm gauge“It’s hard to beat the durability and playability of Clayton guitar picks. With how often we play I really need a reliable pick to get me through the entire show without too much wear which is why I play the heavier gauge Clayton .88mm. May the Clayton legacy reign supreme!” -Phil
“Feel and durability are the two qualities I look for in guitar picks which is why I use the Clayton .88mm guitar picks because they don’t feel bulky in my hands but still hold up throughout multiple shows rather [...]
Products Used: Jeff uses Acetal Standard , 1.52mm & Richard uses Acetal Standard , 1.00mm.
“I have a unique style of playing with my fingers and a pick. Every other pick I’ve tried tends to slip and fall out of my hands, but not Steve Clayton picks. Maybe it’s magic, but whatever the reason, I’ll never consider another company!” – Jeff Sumrell
“Steve Clayton picks, I can honestly say, are the finest picks money can buy. I have used them for over 20 years. I recommend them to all my fellow guitarists and guitar students. If [...]
Products used: Clayton Ultem Teardrop 0.56mm
“I take a lot of pride in my sound. I was blown away by the difference in attack and tone when I switched over to Steve Clayton picks. Count me in for life!”
The South Bay of Southern California is no stranger to iconic and successful punk bands. There are many bands that take pride in calling the South Bay their home. Bands like Black Flag, The Descendents, The Deviates and Pennywise all hail from some part of a place that continues to create amazing music. Along with bands that have established themselves is [...]
Products Used: Clayton Custom Delrin 1.00mm
“Over the years I have spent tons of money on my rig always searching for that perfect tone. Something that I was never happy with was my picks. I could get great tone out of some, but they never felt right between my fingers, or I could get a good feel, but the tone was lacking. After trying a Clayton pick for the first time, I was hooked. Fantastic tone- especially when you really dig into the strings. They feel great and never they never slip out of my grip. I would encourage any [...]
Products Used: Clayton Custom Colored Delrin 0.60mm, 0.73mm and 0.88mm; Pork Knuckle Slides (large).
“From the first time I picked up a guitar, I remember that coveted Eagle pick being almost everywhere! They feel as natural as picking up the guitar itself for me now. I’m proud to say: I use Clayton.”
Formed in 2005, Lust for Glory embodies straight-forward, guitar driven, ‘garage rock’. With a ‘Lo-Fi’ sensibility and raw presentation, Lust for Glory aims to give the listener the feeling that they have caught the band with the garage door partially open.
Lust for Glory is working on their [...]