Pickmaster Plectrum Punch Reviews
Product Type: Pickmaster guitars and bass guitars
Description:Brand: Pickmaster / Type:Plectrum hole puncher
Newest Review: ... what one is, it's simply a small piece of plastic used for strumming guitar strings. The pick master plectrum punch is a ... more
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Pickmaster Plectrum Punch-Make Your Own Picks
Cut plectrums from old card or plastic Plectrums whenever you nee ...
Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
Customer Pickmaster Plectrum Punch Reviews (6)
by - written on 15/03/12, updated on 28/08/12 (Very useful, 201 readings)
Pickmaster Plectrum Punch†This sounds like a great idea, at least that's what my girlfriend thought. The idea behind this simple gadget, is that you can make your own plectrums / picks for your guitars. Plectrums are the sometimes hard, sometimes fixable small pieces of plastic used for strumming the strings of both acoustic and electric guitars. The fact that most guitarists †lose most of their picks here there and absolutely everywhere makes that fact that most picks are cheep to buy more annoying than you would think. Even small amounts of money being spent nonstop can and does add up very quickly. This came packaged in a clear see-through ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
All guitarists will know what its like to have a guitar out, wanting to play and theres no plectrums in sight so you find yourself going on a hunt for them. And small pieces of plastic go missing so easily so you find yourself going to buy more plectrums before having a total clean out and finding tones in your home. Plectrums tend to cost 50p or more depending on what you buy and it can really add up! These are minor annoyances but as humans, we always look for options to make our lives run that little bit smoother. Enter the Pickmaster! I first saw one of these little contraptions on Firebox.com for presale. The slogan "free plectrums for life" ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/12 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I bought this as a stocking filler for my guitarist boyfriend at Christmas as a joke against the fact he can never find a pick when he goes to play but I find plenty of them randomly abandoned all over the house. Both my boyfriend and his son play guitar and although I mainly play bass and usually just use my fingers to play I do occasionally use a pick to play depending on what I'm playing. With 3 possible users the Pickmaster Plectrum punch seemed like a fun present that could be used by all of us. The Pickmaster is basically an overgrown paper punch with a pick shaped punch instead of a small round one the idea is you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/13 (Very useful, 59 readings)
When it comes to guitar picks there are simply hundreds to choose from. Over the years I have purchased many different brands and many different shapes and sizes. Although picks are only cheap, they are easily lost so over the years I have probably spent a good few pounds buying new picks. One thing I had never consider was making my own picks, not until recently that is when I got myself one of these, a pick master plectrum punch. A plectrum is simply another name for a pick. If you are unsure what one is, it's simply a small piece of plastic used for strumming guitar strings. The pick master plectrum punch is a simple device which lets you create your own. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/12 (Very useful, 18 readings)
When you just want to rock out there is nothing more annoying when you discover that you can't find any plectrums lying about. I have resorted to trying coins and tiddly winks but they just don't work (they're the wrong shape and feel odd). This led me to discover the Pickmaster. This crazy gadget is simply a hole punch. You use old credit, debit or phone cards and use the Pickmaster to cut out a plectrum. With plectrums costing around 50p - £1 you soon make you money back on the device. I bought it from Firebox.com for £20 which I thought was a lot. But after owning for over a year I have certainly made my money back and made great use out of my ... Read the complete review
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