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Pickmaster Plectrum Maker

Released on 29 March 2011

(12 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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Pickmaster is a must have for all guitar heroes. Whether you're a private Jimi Hendrix who only allows your bedroom walls to hear you strum or a fully fledged pro, Pickmaster will keep you in the best and baddest plectrums for as long as you like. What the Pickmaster allows you to do is make plectrums out of any old card you no longer use. Whether it is your old loyalty card for a store you no longer use or an out of date credit card, simply slide it into Pickmaster, give it a push and voila, you have yourself a completely original plectrum all of your very own. Plus, slide it in at the right angle and you can make your name appear on the plectrum itself. How cool is that? Don't answer that. You don't need to.
  • Stands 22cm

customer Reviews

 Average rating (12 reviews)

 WOW - Calling all guitarists...

| | See all Jonti1's reviews (4)

This thing is great - you can make all sorts of picks with any design you can find on cards. I now have at least 20 quids worth of picks made from subway cards, credit cards (picks with my name on!) iTunes cards, RAC all sorts. Just line up the design and click.
Bit rough when they come out but soon wear into great picks. Also - I wouldnt use the ones with a creditcard chip in because the pick breaks easily (and that chip has your pin number in it somewhere!)
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 Broke on day one.

| | See all corkythecat's reviews (3)

The device is good, and I made a few plecs from old credit cards, yes I did one with my name on ! However there is no warning on what not to use them on. I had the idea of making a mirrored one from a CD. Don't try it. I had to lean a lot of weight on the arm of the device and it snapped. It seems to be diecast metal and can be rather brittle.

 The best gift I ever received.

| | See all ollie1311's reviews (2)

My girlfriend bought me this for Christmas and it's amazing. As a couple of people have said - the plectrums do get caught in the cutter and they are kinda rough at first, but the edges smooth out when you use it (which it says in the instructions) and you only have to push them through the gap if they get stuck.

I'm already looking everywhere for things to make picks out of (Subway loyalty card works well for transparent sandwich themed plectrums :P).

 Very Good

| | See all AndrewWakefield2's reviews (1)

Well packaged, easy to use robust device. Worth having! I had a load of old cards that are now picks, of varying thicknesses.

 Nice idea, doesn't work well

| | See all kerri13's reviews (1)

I brought this product for my brother as a birthday gift.
The cards get stuck in the device, The product doesn't cut the pick properly therefor you have to pull the rest of the pick out, they are left quite sharp. I am unsure how other customers can give this 5*, maybe i got a bad one? Wouldn't recommend