This is a Simple ,quick And cheap instructable. Normally my guitar picks are messing around all my house , gig-bag , desk ,or in other places ....

So I found an empty match-box laying around , and after a couple mods , Voila ! , a neat pick-box

Let's get started

Step 1: The Materials and Tools

You'll need :

#- And Empty or old Match-box , One with a neat design
#-Your non-organised picks
#-Some Gloss finish or clear Tape ( Scotch Brand works Nice )
T-A Label-Maker with label paper
T-A Pair of scissors
0-Some Super-Glue

*0 means optional*

Step 2: Prep the MatchBox

The Images Have Photonotes , Which by themselves , Are The Instructions ...

Arrows indicate the order of the procedure

This step consists of puting tape over the striking surface so it won't scratch as easily

Step 3: Make a Label

Using Yout label maker , make a label that says "Picks " Using the most compact font available

Step 4: Mixing Label and Box Together

First place the label over the Word matches , Then Trim The label un til just the word "matches" is fuly covered , Remove adhesive protector , Apply The Label , ANd using a little bit more of tape cover the line were the label was applied , Tuck excess tape inside.

Step 5: Placing the Picks

Pretty self explanatory

Step 6: Removing Picks "salt -Shaker" Method

Follow pictures and Photonotes ...

Step 7: Inserting Picks the "piggy-bank" Method

Follow Pictures And Photonotes...

Step 8: Final Thoughts

Well , That was my instructable , I hope it was helpful to you , and/or your friends, Family, or whoever looked the matchbox where you carried your picks .

Thanks For Watching , If You liked it feel free to give me positive rating

Feel Free to upload any modification or tweak , or simply yours in action ..
I use an Altoids mini tin for my pick holder.
Yellow?? those are thick! I use orange
i use 2 to 3 mm lol
:0 orange are .6 mm!
man i use orange red or pink for strumming. then jazz picks for the other stuff<br />
I've been using a Sours candy tin to hold my picks for about 3 years except its kinda bulky and i dont need to carry 30 picks with me so i keep 2 in my wallet. I use yellows primarily and orange if its mostly strumming.
u should call it the pickey bank! (not responsible for heart attacks caused by bad puns)
Please, no puns. my friend says the worst ones like, &quot;You need a ghoul friend*maniacle giggles* &quot; because I like Zombies.<br/>
ooooooooo u arn't in the US I guess I have to try to find them
I have contacts , (aka as family)
cool im gunna try the gas station near my house tomarow
Whats that? (Any where else?)
A store (Last time i went to the US i saw them at a gas station)
where do you get the diamond strike anywhere matches cuz i need some and I can't find them
I Found them in HEB
hey we use the same pics, the .73 tortex
They are pretty <sub>cheap</sub> Good , but honestly I prefer The fender ones they dont worn out as fast
actually the fender ones fade very fast, i took my fender medium, and did like 3 maybe 4 pick scrapes and omg it looked like a saw blade, the tortex ones, i've had the sameones since august!! of 07
pick scrapes are pointless
well depends, i like the sound for the black powder metal i play
i'll take your advice . i wonder if dunlop have any 0.73 picks in camo or silver colors
nah, they have a specail color for each thicknes, red is .50. orange is .60 yellow is .73 green is.88 pink is 1.00 and purpel is 1.14 unless u get nylon then it's wight , .32 light light gray is .42, light gray is .50 gray is .60 dark gray is .73 and black is 1.00 mm
I had a blue one that was 1.00 mm.
oh ya blue was 1.00mm i have 3 of them
I'm using an old mint box to hold my picks...but this is a whole lot cooler. I'm doing this as soon as i can get my hands on a matchbox.
Nice job, simple, but effective! u need to make a clip so u can clip it onto your axe somewhere
yeah , i forgot that , i wonder what i could use?
on the guitar strap maybe you could attach it there somehow... Or maybe i can do an instructable on making a cloth holder...Hmm...
you could double sided tape it to the back or neck, or you could stitch it onto the strap, near the part that hooks onto the actual guitar.
Maybe , I think Velcro would make a neater job , or using a security pin ,
Awesome! I like the way you made your photos have the arrows and stuff.<br/>And yes, you <em>should</em> add it to the contest.<br/>Great job, I have some of those same yellow Dunlop picks lying around here...<br/>
thoes yellow dunlops are the best pics ever
don't forget to vote !
Thanks Gmiko , I did the arrows using keynote , they ended being pretty nice
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Could Someone tell me , Should i Submit it to the contest?
Nice. I do the same with an old gum container made out of metal. ( No, not altoids, we don't have them here, search for: 'Eclipse.')

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