Pick Puck

Guild Pearl Logo

Pick Puck

Guild Pearl Logo

FINISH SAFETY GUIDE

Made in the USA ūüáļūüáł with¬†sustainably sourced African Bubinga wood featuring a Guild Pearl Logo on your choice of AAA Curly Hawaiian Koa, Black Ebony, Rosewood, or Santos Rosewood.¬† Available with optional Ring or Solid Blue Abalone inlay.

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

Wood Species
AAA Curly Koa
Black Ebony
Rosewood
Santos Rosewood
Inlay Type

Made in the USA ūüáļūüáł with¬†sustainably sourced African Bubinga wood featuring a Guild Pearl Logo on your choice of AAA Curly Hawaiian Koa, Black Ebony, Rosewood, or Santos Rosewood.¬† Available with optional Ring or Solid Blue Abalone inlay.

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


Improvements made in the NEW 2.0 Design

  1. Lower profile (5mm vs. 8mm thick)
  2. Smooth beveled edges
  3. Precision molded out of Polycarbonate
  4. Now supports picks of any thickness (will hold a piece of paper too)
  5. Inlay channel like our capos

GuitarSafe‚ĄĘ Micro-Suction Pads

Our proprietary GuitarSafe‚ĄĘ 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‚ĄĘ 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‚Äôt 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.  

If your Thalia Pick Puck loses some of its bonding power, simply wipe the GuitarSafe‚ĄĘ 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 up very slowly¬†on one edge to break the suction.


SPECIFICATIONS:

FITS PICKS UP TO 2MM THICK
DIAMETER: 1.57 INCHES (40MM)
THICKNESS: 0.2 INCHES (5MM)

Application of the Pick Puck

In this short video, Chris gives you an overview of the Pick Puck 2.0 and how a pick puck allows you to attach your Thalia Capo to your headstock...

Customer Reviews

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Chuck P.
Beautiful and functional

Great design and I love how you can place this on the back of your headstock and clip your capo over it.

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Christopher

I love these things. I own two of them and they are terrific!

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Hayden J.
Most beautiful capo

I love this company. Even though my first capo doesn‚Äôt work as well as my other two I still love these capos. I highly recommend them. The pick pucks are also very nice. When I‚Äôve emailed them, they‚Äôve always got back with me and took Very good care of me and my problems. Very honest and very nice people. Thank‚Äės Thalia

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Guitarzana
Love the pick puck Abalone

Picks are handy but not in the way. I also don’t have to search for them when I forget where I set down my favorite pick. They go back into the pick puck. The mini looks and works great with out taking up much space.

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Guitarzana
Great little tool

Pick pucks keep your picks handy. I like that they offer so many options and mine with custom initials looks great.

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.