Step 1: Stuff you need...
1 roll of masking tape/invisible/industrial tape
Step 2: Putting together the "tool"
First, get the tape and make a small loop with the sticky part on the outside.
Second, cover the entire end of the chopstick with the sticky part on the outside.
Next, make a "umbrella" to go on the end.
Step 3: Getting the pick out.
Grab your tool and stick it inside the sound hole.
Firmly plant as much of the end onto the face of the pick.
Pull up SLOWLY. Be sure to not hit the sides, or it will fall.
Fit it through the strings and...
Congratulations! You got the pick out!!
Step 4: Play to your heart's content!
You won't have to deal with that irritating noise that it makes,
You now have one more pick that won't go to waste,
The pick won't scratch the inside of your guitar,
and you didn't have to take out a single string :D
...however, this guitar already had a broken string, and I have done this before with the strings. Just keep in mind that there are other ways to do this, so if you don't like my idea, then that is just fine.
Peace out, ROCK ON!!!
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