Pick Holder

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About: Well I'm not a pro in any way, but I just love to make things of all kinds. I like rock and epic music, good food, norse mythology, biking, hiking, larping and so on... But there's one nemesis - Math. Yet I ...

Ahoy!

So I got bored (It's that beautiful time of exams again..) and wanted to play my guitar but I couldn't find my pick which led me to an idea of making the pick holder!


Materials and tools:

- paper
- pencil
- plectrum
- leather
- scissors
- clasp or keyring
- needle and thread
- paint (optional)

Making:

- First, make a template of your pick holder

- when you're happy with your shape, draw it on leather and cut it

- stitch the two part together (I don't have photos of these steps, but I'm sure you'll figure it out ;) )

- you can paint the leather - optional step (I painted the inner side with black color)

- make a hole in the lower part and add clasp or keyring so you will never loose it again and have your picks always with you


Ok, that's pretty much all :D
Hope you like it!

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wobbler

3 years ago

Nice design! I'm thinking of combining this with the bracelet pick holder idea (https://www.instructables.com/id/Pick-holder-bracelet/) but using a plaited leather bracelet.

Then I can have it dangling from a left hand bracelet and keep my spare plectrum handy when I'm playing or go for a cup of tea and not lose my plectrum by leaving it lying around.

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geo0755

4 years ago

it was great and easy

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DoodleDemon

4 years ago

This is so amazing! You should sell this idea to fender or first act or something

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nic nak

5 years ago

it's nice, the design looks a bit open, does the plectrum stay in there securely?

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Eldalotenic nak

Reply 5 years ago

Yep! It's really tight! You can change your design a little bit if you are not sure about it. But I carry it on my trousers for days and I still have the pick ;)

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EldaloteEldalote

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

PS If you would make more "closed" design, the pick would be hard to get off it