Custom Picks

Standard Shape

Built to order; purchase today, and your product(s) will ship between and .

Custom picks will ship in 3-5 business days after placing your order.

Quantity Price Cost Per Pick
6 $49.99 $8.33
12
$59.99
$5.00
18
$69.99
$3.89
50
$129.99
$2.60
100
$189.99
$1.90 

 Our Custom Shop Santos Rosewood Pick Tins come with your choice of 6, 12, 18, 50 or 100 Thalia Santos Rosewood 1.4mm picks. Each one custom laser engraved with your monogrammed initials or custom artwork. 

All of our Custom Picks come in a custom pick tin with your pick engraved in Santos Rosewood on the front. The more picks you buy the lower your cost per pick.

# of Picks
Thickness

Packaging

All of our custom picks come in custom pick tins. We offer two sizes of tins: picks with 50 or more picks come in our large tins and less than 50 come in our small tin. Each tin has your custom pick design laser engraved onto a santos rosewood inlay on the top of the tin.

Our Pick Technology

Thalia Exotic Wood Picks are crafted by slicing micro-thin layers of exotic wood and then bonding them back together with the woodgrain in a crosshatch pattern. The result is a very thin, flexible and durable wood pick with a warm tone that sounds better with each use. 

Check out the overview video below for more details:

 

Our picks are made in the USA of 100% Santos Rosewood. Our 1.4mm picks are made with 3 layers of exotic wood.

Durability & Playability

Our picks are made of 100% wood so they will wear down with use. They will not last as long as a plastic pick, but we think that you will love their tone and thinness.

Our thicker 1.4mm picks will develop a beveled edge as you play with them and adapt to your picking style. These picks are made of three layers of wood and are far more durable. As a result, they really don't have any flex.

Customer Reviews

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Got wood?

Usually these days I forego using a pick at all, but having a hard, wooden pick gives me fuller sounding chords. I tried one, liked it, bought a sampler pack. Gotta say, most of these picks are WAY thicker than the .73” (medium) nylon picks I also use from time to time. They” wooden Thalia picks felt awkward, at first, but I’ve grown more accustomed to them. Still prefer the thinnest of your wooden picks, but I’ve been playing with one a couple of months now, and there is very little noticeable wear. I know players who can burn through a dozen Fender “Heavy” picks per set. Can’t really fathom that myself, as I’ve always felt a gentle finesse more useful than a battle axe when playing. I’d be interested to know how these picks hold up for those “Heavy” plunkers. I’ll betcha they hold up better than the plastic. And now I have three different tools for my picking hand; flesh, nylon, or wood. Three disticnctly different sounds. Very nice to have any extra tools we can get! Michael Fogleman

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Great picks!

Was looking for something unique to go with the kit I built. It's a Les Paul style and I went after the "Allwood" version. The picks and truss rod cover are a perfect compliment for it!

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D.T.
My Capo, Picks and Cell Phone Case

Besides thinking the capo, picks and phone case are beautiful myself, I get compliments from anyone and everyone who sees them. I love them and use them every day! I chose the Cross motif for all of my items.

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S.S.
My New Favorites

Love all the products I’ve purchased so far!! Pick samplers, Specific Picks and Truss Rod Cover.

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C.S.
Getting a grip

Thalia finally found a way to make a pick that gives me the just right flexibility and control. I play in several different styles and in the past year have returned to playing fusion jazz. I struggled to move from finger picking to a pick but couldn’t seem to find a pick that was flexible enough but that I could hold on to. I used a Thalia capo on my Washburn J3 and saw the ad for the wooden picks. I tried the sampler and fell in love with the 0.9 Rosewood. An impromptu jam session with a borrowed guitar and plastic medium pick was just the thing to remind me what a great combination of tools Thalia has come up with! Thank you! Charles Stacey