Dunlop 5005 Pick Holder

Dunlop

Item No. 350625
Alt. Part # 5005
UPC Code 710137003231
Nothing is worse for a guitar player than losing your picks. The Dunlop 5005 Pickholder can help with that! Featuring a durable plastic body with included adhesive on the back for mounting, this pickholder can comfortably hold 6-12 picks* for use at any time. Spring-loaded design helps bring the
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Description
Nothing is worse for a guitar player than losing your picks. The Dunlop 5005 Pickholder can help with that! Featuring a durable plastic body with included adhesive on the back for mounting, this pickholder can comfortably hold 6-12 picks* for use at any time. Spring-loaded design helps bring the next pick up and accessible in no time. Picks not included. FIts standard size picks.

*Note: The number of picks this can hold varies on the gauge of the picks. Thinner gauge picks can yield more in the holder, while thicker picks will limit it.
Reviews (2)
  • What a handy little tool!
    I am seriously prone to dropping my picks and/or them falling into the guitar. What do I do when that happens during one of my music therapy sessions? This little thing comes in handy at all the right times. There's also a sticky pad behind it to let you attach it to your guitar. I attached it to the heel of my guitar's neck, and that's a great location.<br /><br />4 stars because it's a little too large for standard size picks, so you might accidentally take out more than one at a time, and it doesn't stick incredibly well to the guitar. I'll probably replace it with a 3M command strip soon.
  • What a handy little tool!
    I am seriously prone to dropping my picks and/or them falling into the guitar. What do I do when that happens during one of my music therapy sessions? This little thing comes in handy at all the right times. There's also a sticky pad behind it to let you attach it to your guitar. I attached it to the heel of my guitar's neck, and that's a great location.<br /><br />4 stars because it's a little too large for standard size picks, so you might accidentally take out more than one at a time, and it doesn't stick incredibly well to the guitar. I'll probably replace it with a 3M command strip soon.
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