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Martin #1 Guitar Pick Pack (18A0051)
Martin #1 Guitar Pick Pack
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Playing guitar isn’t just about picking it up and jamming, sometimes it requires a bit more precision and finesse… and that’s where guitar picks come in. Expertly crafted to help you achieve the exact sound you are looking for, the selection here is expansive, allowing you to find a pick or pick holder as unique as your playing style.

For such a simple tool, there are a lot of options when it comes to deciding on a guitar pick. From material to shape to size and style, everything comes into play when you’re looking for the perfect pick. Even the thickness can affect the sound produced, with heavier picks producing a darker sound and thinner picks a lighter sound. With a full range of thicknesses available, you’ll be able to find the exact pick to suit your desired tone.

Heavier picks require a bit more experience to master, but once you’ve got that down you’ll be able to find the exact pick to suit your sound. After that, it’s all about the look. From branded picks, like the Gibson Guitar Pick Tin, to novelty picks like the Clayton Movie Replica Pick of Destiny, these picks will not only help you play, but make sure you look good doing it. Your on-stage presence matters, so finding a pick that rocks as hard as you do is extremely important.

With all the new picks you’ll be grabbing, a pick holder is a great way to keep things organized. Whether you’re looking at options that are compact in size to make grabbing a pick when you need it easier, or you’re exploring on-stand selections, like the Dunlop Microphone Stand Pick Holder, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for here. There are even options for holders that fit right onto your keychain, like the Perri's Leather Guitar Pick Key Chain, meaning you’ll always have your picks close at hand.

In the end, the pick and pick holder you decide on will completely come down to personal preference. Once you’ve made the choice that’s right for you, there’s nothing left to do but get to playing on your favorite guitar.