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Sampler Packs Don't know which Pick to choose? Our variety packs have something for everyone!

Customer Reviews

"Picks and stones offered me the solution I was looking for but couldn't find anywere! The picks are absolutely high quality, and there's a solution for everyone's need. The customer service is perfect!"

"The combo pick immediatly grabbed my focus.. it took me about a minute of testing to realize that this is the best pick I`ve ever had, through over 30 years of playing. A little twist and you totally change the attack and sound. Love it!"

"Thank you for my order. One word to cover
everything... Brilliant!"

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Quartz Picks

Synthetic Quartz is real Quartz grown in a controlled and highly pressurized environment producing the same flawless materiel used in laser telescopes. In this case Synthetic Quartz gives you flawless tone quality with crystal clarity.

Black Brasilian Agate

Black Brasilian agate (or Brazilian Agate) is a superb material with colors ranging from bright oranges to black in amazing banded and orbicular patterns and excellent tone quality.

Bloodstone Picks

Bloodstone is a beautiful deep green stone with splashes of dark red. We select only the densest and most consistent Bloodstone specimens for making Guitar Picks.

Dyed Brasilian Agate Picks

Dyed Brazilian Agate is virtually the same as our usual Brazilian Agate in every way, opening up larger portions of the color spectrum.

Black Skin Agate Picks

Black Skin Agate is a beautiful Agate with a wide range of Earth Tones in a milky white and transparent background, and the same high quality tones as Brazilian Agate.

Exceptional Aesthetic Specimens

Some Brasilian Agates are Truly Exceptional Aesthetic Specimens rising to the level of a Rare materiel worthy of the spot light.

Montana Agate Picks

Montana (Moss) Agate is a superb material with colors ranging from bright oranges to dark brown and sometimes white in amazing banded and orbicular patterns, and sometimes black "snowballs" in white or transparent background giving a "dalmatian" effect.

Petrified Wood Picks

Petrified Wood (Also called "Agatized Wood") is actually an Agate. Though the wood left behind a blueprint the petrification process replaces all of the wood molecules with Agate over tens of thousands of Years. We feature Arizona Petrified Wood with rich Reds, Yellows, and sometimes Blueish Grey colors.

Extremely Rare Picks

Some Picks are literally one of a kind, or so few in number that they don't constitute a complete category. This is where you'll find Psilomelane, Imperial Jasper, or even Parrel Agate when we have it.



The Ultimate substitute for the forbidden fruit of Tortoise Shell Picks.

"With these beautiful polished stone picks, the ease of playability, the quality of service, and, most importantly, the control over tone you have as a player; Why anyone chooses to stick with crappy plastic picks is beyond me. Thank you, Picks and Stones!"

"The best $25 dollars I have ever spent on anything period!"

"I've owned stone guitar picks for over 15 years, but these are by far the best I've ever seen. The quality is excellent and the finish is perfect. I highly recommend these picks."

Wow. My tone is changed completely. As soon as I got used to the pick (about 2 days)
I was acheiving the tone I had been stiving for for years.
Worth every penny.

I've used stone for 20 plus years, but none have had the bevel just right...till now! Thank you.

I didn't know what to expect from a stone pick, and spending this much on a pick was either going to be a great decision or a really bad one. Now that I've played with it a few hours, I'm delighted with the brilliant tone and wonderful resonance. It will take some getting used to, but I'm looking forward to rediscovering my guitar - this is how it's supposed to sound!

The attack is not as agressive as plastic, very smooth. Triplets are effortless. I seem to get from string to string quicker, but who knows. I was a little wary of spending twenty bucks on a pick, but there is no wear at all and after a year I still have it.

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