#1
When playing a song that uses both fingerpicking and strumming, what do you do with your pick when you don't need it?

I put mine in the space just underneath my eye.
#2
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I put mine in the space just underneath my eye.

What the hell?

I keep mine in my mouth or put it at close reach.
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#3
mike stand pick holder if applicable
on my leg if sitting
corner of mouth if standing and not singing
somewhere nearby if standing and singing... or in mouth if i have to

and i can't decide if i should ask for a picture of the pick in your eye or if that's some sort of liability.
#4
You do what with it? Put it up your nose? Put it in your mouth??? What about a pick holder on the mic stand or just hold it between knuckles...
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#6
^--- for me it's because the only one i have is really thick and pointy... cause it's actually a dobro pick it's great for picking out bass lines and such while finger picking, but it sucks for strumming.
#7
Yeah, I hold it between my knuckles...this frequently caused it to fall into the soundhole until I perfected my technique. Although quite frankly I rarely use picks.
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#8
i keep it in my mouth, haha. kinda gross, but whatever. im mainly a strummer.

seriously, how do you put it under your eye?
#10
well you can either upload the picture somewhere else and link us to it.... or you can attach it to a post here. you can only attach pretty small pictures to posts though. it'd be better if you could upload it to http://www.flickr.com