Step 1: Materials!

Needed: - Some type of hardwood. No plywood. - Pencil - Guitar pick - Sandpaper (various grits) - Jigsaw or Circular Saw - Handsaw - Dremel tool w/ sanding bits - Lacquer - Vice grip - Anddd of course safety glasses
<p>It's a funny tiny project to make a guitar pick out of wood.</p><p>When I inherited a classical guitar from my Friend I restorated it and after that I started to make tiny things like this. A soundhole cover, wooden and bone saddle, a cejilla, some picks. I made the picks out of acacia and beef leg bone. I plan to make some with rubber grip on it. We can call it a spolier. :)</p><p>Yours picks are turned out great, nice ones!</p>
<p>Very cool! I hadn't really thought about using materials like that. Great stuff!</p>
<p>I love this project and will make some when I get time. I was wondering where you got that guitar bowl or if you made it?</p>
<p>I found it online here: </p><p>http://www.pinterest.com/pin/24980972907053656/</p>
Being there when they were created and having a few of my own, they are great! I love them and I don't like using plastic picks anymore.
This is great. I am going to start this today!
So far as I have used them they hold up fine, they are a stiff pick and don't bend at all. But that's my preference in a pick so I know it's not for everyone.
how do they hold up when used?

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