DIY Guitar Pick Punch

DIY Guitar Pick Punch

Tired of using boring-looking guitar picks? Always getting of having your guitar picks getting mixed up with someone else’s? Then make up your own guitar picks with this DIY Guitar Pick Punch.

Just use any old (and obviously expired) credit cards or any other hard plastic material, give it a run in the DIY Guitar Pick Punch, and you’ve got yourself some brand-spanking new and one-of-a-kind guitar picks that none of your strumming buddies will have.

DIY Guitar Pick Punch

DIY Guitar Pick Punch

Just insert the material you want a pick out of into the DIY Guitar Pick Punch, and . . . well . . . squeeze. Instant guitar pick! Make them out of expired credit cards, those grocery store club cards, plastic packaging material, and more! Hey, want to get super DIY-y? Then punch a few thin picks and glue them together into the ultimate pick of density. Keep a DIY Guitar Pick Punch in your gigbag, and you’ll never be without a pick again. Now, if only someone can invent a guitar punch for punch out fully functional guitars!

  • Never be without a guitar pick again – just punch your own!
  • Can punch a variety of materials – up to 0.9mm thick!
  • Punch a few slimmer picks and glue them together for a truly custom pick experience.

The DIY Guitar Pick Punch is available from ThinkGeek for $24.99.

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Hazel Chua

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Hazel has a degree in Chemical Engineering, but has wanted to be a writer ever since she was a little girl. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it too: doing engineering stuff during the day, and blogging for various tech blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at

4 Responses to “DIY Guitar Pick Punch”

  1. I could sure use one of these! 🙂

  2. Looks very expensive!!

    It will sell good if sold below 10$

  3. This is definitely something great for musicians amateur or not to have a simple tool as such that can definitely be a lifesaver!

  4. Will this work on a old vinyl record

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