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  1. guitar pick holder

    I made this pick holder for my nephew, i saw the one on MereMortals and i liked it, but wanted to made it a little different, so i saw the plastic ones on amazon and thought, how hard could it be? well it was not that hard!, the trouble i had was finding the springs, i was looking for them in...
  2. Guitar Picks - That nice woody sound.

    I'm an acoustic guitarist, so I have the habit of getting really nerdy about the sound of wood… Recently, I've been trying to think of a congratulations gift for a friend, because he's about to land a record deal; this is what I came up with. Five are walnut, and there's a mahogany one for...
  3. NZ native wood guitar picks

    A trifecta of guitar picks made from native New Zealand wood. Left to right is rimu, puriri, and black maire. I just felt like making something small but aesthetically pleasing. And it's something that generally comes in plastic that can instead be made from the smallest piece of 'scrap' wood...
  4. Guitar Pick Case (WWMM)

    Made a guitar pick case off the design by Steve Ramsey on his Woodworking for Mere Mortals site. My son is an avid guitar player so I figured it would be a good project for us to work on together.
  5. Guitar Pick Holder (Steve Style)

    Inspired by Steve's Guitar Pick Holder, I've built one for my youngest son. I found a block of 8/4 Poplar in the trash barrel. I saw the two tone wood there and couldn't see it going to the dump. Oh, and the finish was simply a coat of Thin CA glue. I sorta winged it as to the shape, going on...
  6. The last in the set of guitar pick tables

    I started off this set with only one coffee table in mind which I called a guitar pick coffee table. Then I decided to add a couple of side tables based on the same design for a couple of triangular open spots in the living room. After I was done with that there was only one couch left that...
  7. guitar picks

    made from purpleheart and rock maple. the tricky part is cutting them out so that the grain runs verticaly and a denser winter growth ring runs through the width and height of the piece so that it is strong enough to use
  8. Guitar Pick Side Tables

    I completed these two tables last month in July 2009. The idea came from a larger and very similar table I made earlier this year that is posted in this project (http://lumberjocks.com/projects/16248). The top is maple veneer, with 4 strips of walnut around the edges, purpleheart on the...
  9. Purpleheart bottle openers & Guitar Pick

    Long time lurker researching lots of different things and getting inspiration for projects. Thanks to this outstanding community for all the inspiration and info! I got my hands on some purpleheart because I wanted to test my new (to me) Hiatachi CF10 table saw that I picked up on CL for what...
  10. Walnut & Cherry Guitar Pick

    One of my "someday" projects is to make a guitar… Not that I have to wait to make it, per se, but it would make more sense if I could actually play it by the time I finish. So rather than keep thinking it'll be a someday project, I decided to start small ;) Two ply for added strength. Walnut on...
  11. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    Had some kickback yesterday (nothing too bad and I never stand directly behind the blade) and it got me thinking. One of my side jobs entails me talking to people about TS and other WW tools. People often state that they can 'control' kickback and are quick enough to react. Let's look at the...
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