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Guitar Pick Cutter
Make your own custom guitar picks using this Guitar Pick Cutter from Monoprice!
With this pick cutter you can make your own teardrop-shaped guitar picks using old credit cards, gift cards, blister packs, carton lids, or any other thin plastic sheet. The cutter can cut plastic up to 2mm thick. The finished picks measure 30 x 26 mm, which is the standard size. The cutting tool measures 6.8" x 3.0" x 1.5" (172 x 76 x 38 mm), comes with a PVC card so you can start making picks right away, and a piece of sandpaper to smooth the edges of your finished picks!
PROS: Very sturdy reasonably priced and overall good quality for the price
CONS: None that I found
PROS: Effectively cuts standard size picks from credit cards, etc.
CONS: Pick may be rough around the edges initially but is easily smoothed
Kids take them, they get stuck in the sound hole, dog eats them, I left them on the floor/at the bar/at neighbors/ in garage, etc.
The cutter is kept by the guitar with a stack of old credit cards.
It was a good buy from Monoprice, made two more picks last night.
PROS: It Works like a champ!
CONS: None to date.
CONS: None yet
PROS: make your own guitar picks from your expired credit cards and used iTunes cards!
includes a couple sheets of material, and a piece of sand paper
works as anticipated
CONS: makes a really bad stapler :-P
PROS: Does more or less what you'd expect.
CONS: Might take a lot of picks to actually break even on the cost, but I'm assuming you're buying this for the novelty too. Can be a little physically tough to cut sometimes.
PROS: Comes with sample cards to punch.
Seems durable enough to last some time.
CONS: Sometimes the edges can be a little rough.
PROS: An effective paper weight.
CONS: Forget it if you want to use this to make picks. I tried to make one from an old credit card that was about 1/3 the maximum thickness and could only dent the surface. It was going to be a Christmas present for my grandson but he doesn't weigh enough to cut a pick even if he stood on it.