I like to use my fingers and a pick. The pick puck is the perfect solution for having my pick ready for me whenever I need it! Thanks Thalia!!
I love the pick puck, the design concept, and the engraving! Loved it enough to actually buy two of them. The only reason why I gave it four stars instead of five, however, is one of my pucks does not hold a Fender Medium pick well on certain sides of the puck (it tends to fall out). But the fix is simple enough to rotate the puck to a position where I can easily place the pick where it holds tightly without falling out.
I prefer the mini Pick Puck as it takes less space on my guitar. The finish is a perfect match with my capo!
I absolutely love my pick pucks! I bought two and both are fantastic! Even the mini holds 3-4 picks and is simple and easy to use. My only frustration is that the product was discontinued. Honestly, I'd like to buy a couple more. Maybe someday they'll be brought back. Great product!
I purchased Borge the regular and mini pickpucks. I will say for my guitar the mini pickpuck fit better on my guitar. I was able to keep it on the headstock and it even seemed to hold better. They look great and are a very handy (and stylish) way to keep a spare pick at arms length while playing.
If you are wondering about how the pick puck may affect your guitar's finish you are in the right place. In this blog article, I will perform a series of tests on my guitars and talk about finish safety. The bottom line is that the pick puck uses thousands of nano-sized suction cups to adhere to your guitar. While it doesn't use adhesive it does use suction, so certain finishes should be avoided.
In this next video, Chris demonstrates how to remove the pick puck safely without damaging the puck or your guitar's finish.