#1
I've seen Slash and, more recently, Myles Kennedy using double-sided tape to keep their picks on their headstock. But, it's like, white foam tape. And the only kind I can find is permanent mounting tape... Is that what they use?
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#2
Just get some masking tape. Rip of a strip and make a loop with it on itself. Stick it to the side of your headstock and there you have it. It won't damage the finish as the glue on the tape isn't very strong at all, but it's easily strong enough to hold the picks.
#3
its the same stuff you can use on like wooden pickguards and stuff to keep em on. It's pretty standard 2 sided tape :/
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Just get some masking tape. Rip of a strip and make a loop with it on itself. Stick it to the side of your headstock and there you have it. It won't damage the finish as the glue on the tape isn't very strong at all, but it's easily strong enough to hold the picks.


Not strong, true, but if you leave it on for an extended period of time, the glue hardens and the paper deteriorates, making it almost impossible to remove.
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#6
You can use removable double side tape. 3M are making it with the scotch tape. It's a yellow divider tape with the mension: removable written on it, you can find it in almost any Staples.
#7
I just stick my picks in the strings between the nut and tuners
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#8
Guys like Slash, ect. don't have to pay for the guitars, so they could really give a shit about the finish. Slash's guitar collection probably wouldn't fit in most houses.
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