Stick-on Duct Tape Guitar Pick Holder

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Intro: Stick-on Duct Tape Guitar Pick Holder

Ever wanted to have your picks with you? ON your guitar? Then why don't you try this super cheap, somewhat durable, doesn't leave permanent marks on your guitar, kinda crappy guitar pick holder?

You need:
duct tape
picks
scissors/knife
guitar

Step 1: Start

Roll out and cut about 4 inches of duct tape.

Step 2: Cut in Half

Cut the four inch piece into two pieces long ways.

Step 3: Begin Assembly

Take one of the strips and wrap a straight ring around one guitar pick. Don't make it to tight though, so you have room for more picks.

Step 4: Indent.

Indent the two sides where the pick starts to narrow.

Step 5: Start Covering

Cut off a small piece of the next strip and cover the bottom with it (Sticky side out)

Step 6: Keep Going.

Cut another small piece off and cover the bottom (sticky side in).

Step 7: Almost Done.

Cover up the rest of the case and cut off any excess hanging off the top.

Step 8: Cut

Cut a notch in the front for access to the picks.

Step 9: Last Step

Cut a small strip and wrap in a circle (sticky side out). stick this on the back of the case and onto your guitar.


Done.

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    patricjh

    4 years ago on Introduction

    I like the final result in step 9. It looks like it would be an easy grab if you needed a pick fast. The pick holder is use is called Ready Pick. I mainly like it because it's a clear pad and people can't even see that there is a pick holder on my guitar.

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    rkpia

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Hey that's kind of scary if you care about your gutars finish. I make a pick holder
    that clips to your strap. I call it a Pic Stik check it out www.stickyourpick.com

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    monkeyman26

    8 years ago on Step 9

    id probably use masking tape or something for this step so it doesn't leave adhesive.

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    NeonLime

    10 years ago on Introduction

    That looks like dollar store duck tape at the mall ;D Just like that Hot Topic Pic<3 Hot Topic pwns :D Hmm the duct tape CAN leave a sticky residue which is annoying to come off, great idea though!

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    LargePaperCupNeonLime

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    try packing tape youll have to put some more on every once in a while but it shouldnt leave residue

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    GorillazMiko

    10 years ago on Introduction

    My friend has a real one of these-- plastic and everything, but it's not as messy as this. Great job, very easy to do, I might want to do this soon.

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    Brother_D

    9 years ago on Introduction

    You know, I was in my local music store today and I saw picks that have little crazy sucker thingies on the back that stick to your guitar! But this is also a great way to store picks on a guitar, I would just put it on the back of the guitar, so I don't have a big red thing stuck to my axe.

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    mrjubjub

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I too have the fender starcaster. I disklike it because its just a bit teenier than other guitars

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    ConcorX

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I have the same guitar as you i bought the big pack too but i was already playing acoustic.