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I've used quite a large amount of different picks/plectrums over the course of my guitar playing, mostly picks found all over the place, given from mates and even the odd couple acquired from live gigs I've attended. Safe to say I ended up preferring these to any other after playing guitar at a friends house, the difference was subtle but there. I ordered my own set of six a couple of years ago for £2.45 on Amazon and still use them to this day. I should say that I am not the most active guitarist but I tend to play 3-4 times a week, only one pick has broken and of course it was the flimsiest, or lightest pick of 0.38MM. However, I personally prefer the second lightest, the .46MM which has lasted a very long time with the only sign of wear being a rough edge. I use these picks to play both electric and acoustic guitar as well as bass.
The full list of thicknesses are as follows: 0.38mm, 0.46mm, 0.60mm, 0.73mm, 0.88mm and 1mm.
They all range through white to black, white being the thinnest and black the thickest. All together a nice assortment of different weight picks, the light ones make upstrokes almost too easy and the heavy's make a crisp sound when used for muting. Although no metal picks and no fancy pictures or bright colours, these are good enough for players of any skill level.