Antique Metal Picks

Made with metals collected from around the world, each of these picks offers unique historic character.


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Dustin & Stephanie Headrick

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Metal Riffs

Play power chords worthy of the history books with these upcycled antique metal guitar picks. Handcrafted in Nashville by Dustin and Stephanie Headrick using metals collected from around the world, each pick offers one-of-a-kind character. Each set will include one USA WWII-era aluminum pick, one Victorian-era U.K. silverplate copper pick, and one early 20th century Middle Eastern brass pick. The set makes a distinctive gift for any avid guitar player. Handmade in the Nashville, Tennessee.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.


Made in Tennessee

Like any good idea, it was a blessed revelation. Nashville natives Stephanie and Dustin Headrick began collecting silver quarters and half-dollars as an investment, but didn't really want to watch them sit around for 50 years and collect dust. It's well known with musicians that silver coin guitar picks have been around for a hundred years, but actually getting your hands on one is a rare thing. And so, Dustin began hand-honing them into guitar & mandolin picks and immediately loved the sound they produced.

After gaining popularity at local craft fairs, they began experimenting with other materials: brass, bronze, copper, aluminum, horn, hardwood, and anything else that could be crafted into a guitar pick. To date, they've sold tens of thousands of handmade guitar picks to musicians all over the world with many customers becoming avid collectors.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
brass, copper, aluminium
1" L x 1" W
Set of 3 picks.
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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 10/17/2016.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact with any questions.

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