#1
I've had a pick stuck in my guitar for close to two days now, and no matter what I do, I just can't seem to get it out.
Anyone have any techniques?
#2
just turn it upside down and shake it... it works for me every time
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#3
Tip it over so the sound hole is facing the floor and shake it and bounce it out of there.
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Tip it over so the sound hole is facing the floor and shake it and bounce it out of there.


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#6
Try to get the pick positioned under the soundhole, and then quickly flip your guitar. Pick should fall right out.
#8
Well, I'm shaking it like I was Micheal J. Fox, but it's just not coming out.
#9
Quote by avh9911
Try to get the pick positioned under the soundhole, and then quickly flip your guitar. Pick should fall right out.


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Also try rolling up a piece of tape, sticky side out, and put the tape on the end of a pencil or short stick.

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Well, I'm shaking it like I was Micheal J. Fox, but it's just not coming out.

Keep shaking lol

That is the only way that i get mine out...Flip er over and shake like hell.
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Quote by avh9911
Try to get the pick positioned under the soundhole, and then quickly flip your guitar. Pick should fall right out.



this seems to work best for me, take the time to practice, and a quick flip will work every time.

Dont take all the strings off and get it out by hand, this may cause your neck to warp.
#14
Meditate and use your mind to levitate the pick out!
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Dont take all the strings off and get it out by hand, this may cause your neck to warp.


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#16
It's probably stuck if you can't get it out just by shaking it around.
At least you'll have a spare one whereever you go!
#17
Be sure when your shaking it you dont bash it on something accidentally and leave a massive ding. I learned by experience
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#18
You think this is difficult??? - try getting one out of a semi-acoustic body with "F" holes ;-)

Keep shaking man or goto MF - 10 good picks for $5! and leave the stuck one for the next owner to find - be just like finding a silver dollar down the back of an old sofa for him!


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i dont believ it is, im sure it doesnt happen all the time, but putting 100s of pounds worth of tension on something and then releasing it, and then adding it again, cant be good for anything. it might not happen if you do it once, but i can see how repititions could do harm.
I dont know for sure if it will warp, but i think this is what happened on my first acoustic.

edit: not 100's, i think 100 pounds of tension is about average.
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#20
get a pencil and wrap tape around its tip and then make the pick go near the sound hole and take it out. Works 100% for me.