Antique British Nickelsilver Guitar Pick - 1880's-1920's Era - Sheffield, England - One of a Kind - Free Shipping - 041422-24

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Handcrafted in Nashville by Master Artisan Guitar Picks (Nashville Picks).
This one-of-a-kind pick was wrought from silver plated nickel originating in
Sheffield, England during the late 1800's-1920's era of Sheffield
silverplating. The pick features a deep embossed flora-deco face, smooth
mirrored reverse, and liquid smooth beveled edges all the way around! The pick
arrives securely packaged in a nice black velvet gift bag with glossy Master
Artisan Guitar Picks card - perfect for gifting!

Also included is a handcrafted leather pick pouch (wallet) - durable American
leather with steel hardware.

During the late 1800's, classically trained musicians began playing a lively
new music known as “band” focused primarily on improvisation in intimate
settings. Acoustic guitarists utilized plectrums to increase the speed and
volume of their performance; buttons and coin were readily available and
initially used as the forerunner to the “picks” we know today. Many
contemporary musicians such as Brian May (Queen), Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), Paul
McCartney (Beatles) and Eddie Van Halen are widely recognized for their use of
coin and/or metal guitar picks.

Most professional guitar & mandolin players have several handcrafted metal
picks in their collection that they use for recording and live performance
because of the unique tones metal picks produce. If you've never tried one of
our silky smooth metal guitar picks, I would suggest one of the beauties from
our antique guitar pick collection. They are approximately the size and
thickness of a standard guitar pick, but produce a different sound entirely -
increases volume and gives a bright pristine tonal palette on any acoustic
instrument - and can change the tone of your electric guitar entirely -
absolutely amazing.

A standard size heavy 351 style guitar pick: 32mm x 25mm x .88mm

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