Pick Puck

Gibson Pearl Holly

Pick Puck

Gibson Pearl Holly

FINISH SAFETY GUIDE

Made in the USA ūüáļūüáł with¬†sustainably sourced African Bubinga wood featuring a Pearl Gibson Holly 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!

Each Pick Puck attaches with a special micro-suction pad modeled after a Gecko's foot.  This is NOT AN ADHESIVE.  Instead, the pad surface has thousands of microscopic air pockets that create partial vacuums between the puck and the target surface. It isn’t pressure sensitive and leaves no residue behind. It can also be used repeatedly without losing its holding power. Safe on all finishes.

If your Thalia Pick Puck loses some of its bonding power, simply wipe it 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 vacuum bond.

Does not include picks.

Wood Species
AAA Curly Koa
Black Ebony
Indian Rosewood
Santos Rosewood

Made in the USA ūüáļūüáł with¬†sustainably sourced African Bubinga wood featuring a Pearl Gibson Holly 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!

Each Pick Puck attaches with a special micro-suction pad modeled after a Gecko's foot.  This is NOT AN ADHESIVE.  Instead, the pad surface has thousands of microscopic air pockets that create partial vacuums between the puck and the target surface. It isn’t pressure sensitive and leaves no residue behind. It can also be used repeatedly without losing its holding power. Safe on all finishes.

If your Thalia Pick Puck loses some of its bonding power, simply wipe it 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 vacuum bond.

Does not include picks.


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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Dorr Looman
My Gibson puck

Very nice addition to my ES 355. Beats the old plastic one I had

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Lance Billingsley
Pride of the Lone Star State

I bought the Texas flag pick puck and I love it!
I have it proudly displayed on whichever guitar I’m playing, but I’m thinkin bout getting a pick puck for each one of my guitars. There are so many beautiful styles to choose from, it’ll be fun finding one for each guitar. Thank you, Thalia, for coming up with these practical ideas and making them so beautiful!

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Immanel
Great product

Look and feel really nice
And really handy
Always have your pick in reach

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Rafael Ynzenga Gimeno
it's awesome

I am relly happy with the product, Thanks

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Richard Richter
Tiger Rye Pick Puck Mini Beautiful and Handy

When the Tiger Rye Pick Puck Mini arrived, we were impressed with its beauty. When we attached it to the guitar, its functionality was fully realized. To have picks so in reach and out of the way at the same time! Beautifully handy!

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.