Pick Puck

Pearl Dove

Pick Puck

Pearl Dove

FINISH SAFETY GUIDE

Made in the USA 🇺🇸 with sustainably sourced African Bubinga wood featuring a Pearl Dove Inlay on your choice of AAA Curly Hawaiian Koa, Black Ebony, Indian Rosewood, or Santos Rosewood.

Our patent-pending pick puck is the ultimate guitar pick holder for your guitar. Stick anywhere that is most convenient for you!  See photos below for application ideas!

Our Pick Pucks attach using our GuitarSafe™ Micro-Suction pads which are modeled after a gecko's foot.  Pick Pucks do not include the picks shown in photos. 

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Made in the USA 🇺🇸 with sustainably sourced African Bubinga wood featuring a Pearl Dove Inlay on your choice of AAA Curly Hawaiian Koa, Black Ebony, Indian Rosewood, or Santos Rosewood.

Our patent-pending pick puck is the ultimate guitar pick holder for your guitar. Stick anywhere that is most convenient for you!  See photos below for application ideas!

Our Pick Pucks attach using our GuitarSafe™ Micro-Suction pads which are modeled after a gecko's foot.  Pick Pucks do not include the picks shown in photos. 


GuitarSafe™ Micro-Suction Pads

Our proprietary GuitarSafe™ Micro-Suction Pads are modeled after a Gecko's foot, using suction instead of adhesive to adhere to your guitar. 

We tested multiple formulations of micro-suction material before finalizing the formula for our GuitarSafe™ pads.  Some formulations were far too aggressive and others not quite aggressive enough.  Instead, we wanted it to adhere safely to the guitar's finish but not so aggressively that it could cause damage to delicate finishes. The pad's surface contains thousands of microscopic air pockets that create partial vacuums between the puck and the target surface. It isn’t pressure sensitive and won't leave any residue behind. It can also be used repeatedly without losing its gripping power. 

To see our ongoing testing blog on the subject click here.  Our GuitarSafe™ Micro-Suction Pad technology is now also available on our Taylor Acoustic Pick Guards!

If your Thalia Pick Puck loses some of its bonding power, simply wipe the GuitarSafe™ Micro-Suction pad with a damp cloth to remove the dust and it will work as good as new.  To remove the pick puck, you simply pull slowly or twist to break the suction.


SPECIFICATIONS:

FITS PICKS UP TO 2MM THICK
DIAMETER: 1.57 INCHES (40MM)
THICKNESS: 0.25 INCHES (6.35MM)

Application of the Pick Puck

In this short video, Chris gives you an overview of the Pick Puck and shows you all of the places you might want to place a pick puck on various acoustic and electric guitars.  He also shows how they work with Thalia Straps and how a pick puck allows you to attach your Thalia Capo to your headstock...

Customer Reviews

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Back in Production! 2.0!

I was so disappointed when Thalia discontinued making pick pucks. This is such a great invention and addition to any guitar player's collection of gadgets. It can be placed nearly anywhere! This is a very unique and inventive item. How it's not an adhesive on the back blows my mind. It doesn't leave residue or damage the surface of my guitars. My Just Wood pick puck looks great with my rosewood fingerboard and bridge. "Pick" one up for yourself and one for a friend! Highly recommend. So glad they're back in production! *Due to high gloss on my guitar, submitting more "artistic" photos was nearly impossible without seeing the entire room around me or myself. :)

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Christopher H.
A Galactic Pick Puck

Love the look of my Milky Way Pearl Pick Puck! Goes great with the carbon fiber on my Klos guitar!

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Eva C.
The Pick Holder you didn’t know you needed!

I am so happy I ordered this pick puck 2.0 It’s the perfect accessory for my guitar and holds all of my favourite picks! Stylish, well crafted and easily moveable. Would love to own another for my other guitar.

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John L.
Constantly bringing back memories

As a child I remember vividly watching an early black & white documentary by David Attenborough about turtles on a beach in Malaysia. This insight into them slowly climbing the sandy beach to lay their eggs is one of my earliest memoriers. What happened was that each female laboriously and precisely dug a decoy hole with her flippers and then covered it over with sand. She them moved higher up the beach and dug another hole, This seemed to take much longer as the effort involved in excavating a hole deep enough to contain around 100 eggs with merely a flipper was immense, clearly putting much strain on the mother turtle. The final stage involved her leaving 'the nest' and slowly returning to the ocean, leaving her offspring to fate. The film also showed hatching eggs from turtles who had laid earlier that summer and how many were lost to locals poaching the eggs, while others that went full term were often caught by birds as they scrambled to the sea. Even this did not guarantee survival as greater perils awaited in the water as the vast majority were eaten by predatory fish having scarcely reached the sea. Imagine my delight about 45 years later when a stay with friends in Singapore enabled a 2 night sortie to Rantau Abang, where we rented a beach side hut to facilitate seeing a laying turtle. They only came at night. We were getting anxious as the first night no turtle arrived, but the second night an early call from the turtle watching guard prompted a dash down the beach. It was one of the most moving and beautiful sights, seeing the whole process. We also saw an earlier batch of eggs hatching as well, and were assured that handling them before release only seved to strengthen their flippers, before walking alongside across the sand to ensure a safe arrival in the sea. The pick puck is just wonderful - so practical nestled up by the fingerboard, and a reminder each time I pick up my guitar of an experience my family and I will never forget. Thank you so much.

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Lonnie R.
Really sharp looking accessories

I’ve got 3 different picks handy for each song, a matching capo and a magnesium slide. They sure look good, makes an old guitar look like a dream.

Pick Puck Testing on Various Guitar Finishes

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.