DIY Guitar Pick Punch


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Punch your own picks!

  • Turn almost anything into a guitar pick – with one simple punch.
  • Guitar pick punched is similar to a standard 351 style pick.
  • Punch a pick and then rock the night away!
  • Punch your own picks!

    DIY Guitar Pick

     DIY Guitar Pick

    Guitar picks are small, and we have to admit, sometimes we lose ’em. And sometimes, you just discover you need one at the strangest times (impromptu flashmob jam sessions, raucous children’s parties, boring company meetings, etc.). Well, the good news is: if you have a DIY Guitar Pick Punch and some imagination, you’ll never be without a guitar pick again.

    Just insert the material you want a pick out of into the DIY Guitar Pick Punch, and . . . well . . . squeeze. Instant guitar pick! Make them out of expired credit cards, those grocery store club cards, plastic packaging material, and more! Hey, want to get super DIY-y? Then punch a few thin picks and glue them together into the ultimate pick of density. Keep a DIY Guitar Pick Punch in your gigbag, and you’ll never be without a pick again. Now, if only someone can invent a guitar punch for punching out fully functional guitars!

    DIY Guitar Pick Punch

    • Never be without a guitar pick again – just punch your own!
    • Can punch a variety of materials – up to 0.9mm thick!
    • Punch a few slimmer picks and glue them together for a truly custom pick experience.
    • Pick Dimensions: similar to a 351 style picks – approx. 1.1875″ (30mm) x 1.0625″ (25.5mm)
    • Punch Dimensions: approx. 6″ x 1.25″ x 4.25″
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