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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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Amber (The Jurassic Pick!) Traditional Style Guitar Pick
Amber (The Jurassic Pick!) Traditional Style Guitar Pick

Click "Enlarge" for Magnified Images of Insect Fossils!
  • Approx. 29mm x 25mm x 9mm
  • Stone Density: 2.5 Mohs (equal to tortoise shell and finger nail)
  • Transparent and Translucent
  • Bevel: Medium= Thick in the center, tapering down to a slightly narrowed edge, but rounded soft at edge.
  • This Traditional style guitar pick is great for all uses: Open Chords, Bar Chords, Leads and Solos.
  • Amber is perhaps the ultimate substitute for the banned tortoise shell guitar picks famed for their rich warm tone.
  • Chiapan Amber was once the Resin of the Hymenaea tree 22-26 million years old from the Miocene to Oligocene Epochs.
  • A quality unique to Amber from the region of Chiapas Mexico, is the rich green and blue green hues. This phenomena is best viewed with the light source behind the viewer, and/or with a dark background.
  • This Multiple Insect Fossil Pick Features: 3 Very Large Termite Fossils, at least 2 Spider Fossils, and A Large Mosquito-like Insect with one Looped Antenna. It also features several other unidentified insects and natural fibers.
  • This truly one of a kind specimen is a museum at your finger tips. It is quite possibly the rarest and most valuable Guitar Pick on Earth! You can donate this Pick to a museum, or just make it the Prized Center Piece of your Personal Collection.
  • This Pick Comes with A FREE Brasilian Agate Classic (3 Pick) Sampler Pack!

Price: $1200.00

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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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