Master Artisan Guitar Picks

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Brass guitar pick handcrafted by artisan picksmith Dustin Michael Headrick of Master Artisan Guitar Picks and Nashville Picks.

Master Artisan Guitar Picks, also known as Nashville Picks[1] is a brand of guitar picks created by Nashville, Tennessee musician, producer, artist and picksmith[2] Dustin Michael Headrick.[3] These guitar picks are handcrafted from a variety of materials including antique metals, cymbals, coins, wood, glass, bone, animal horn, natural stone, clay, vinyl records, Acrylic and Formica (plastic).[4] The guitar picks are recognized as being extremely aesthetic, having liquid smooth beveled edges that glide across the guitar strings without causing string wear, create a unique tonal palette, and improve the sound of the electric guitar and acoustic guitar.[5]

Reviews & Press[edit]

Master Artisan Guitar Picks have been extensively reviewed by guitarists,[6] especially the artisan coin guitar picks,[7] with many popular sources publishing public reviews such as Guitar Player Magazine,[8] Uncrate,[9] The Awesomer,[10] Jared Leto,[11] Metal Injection,[12] OhGizmo!,[13] Cool Material,[14] HiConsumptionm,[15] Technabob,[16] NotCot,[17] NeatORama,[18] StupidDOPE,[19] AxeJunction,[20] Muted,[21] Egotastic,[22] BoingBoing,[23] So Freaking Cool,[24] DudeIWantThat,[25] Werd,[26] LaughingSquid,[27] GuySpeed,[28] BookOfJoe,[29] SiloDrome,[30] Complex,[31] Like Cool,[32] and The Strut.[33]

In 2014, ABC affiliate WKRN-TV in Nashville, Tennessee broadcast and syndicated a story featuring Master Artisan Guitar Picks, featured George Gruhn of Gruhn Guitars and Stephen Flatt (great nephew of bluegrass legend Lester Flatt).[34]

In 2018, The Tennessean published an extensive story featuring Master Artisan Guitar Picks, Nashville Picks and Dustin Michael Headrick regarding the artist's past, present and future, and cites prominent customers such as UncommonGoods, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Carter Vintage Guitars.[35]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NashvillePicks".
  2. ^ "PickSmiths".
  3. ^ "Dustin Michael Headrick Bio".
  4. ^ "Guitar Pick Collection".
  5. ^ "Guitar Player Magazine". GuitarPlayer. Retrieved 13 June 2014.
  6. ^ "Guitar Pick Reviews".
  7. ^ "Coin Guitar Picks".
  8. ^ "Guitar Player Magazine".
  9. ^ "Uncrate".
  10. ^ "The Awesomer".
  11. ^ "Jared Leto".
  12. ^ "Metal Injection".
  13. ^ "OhGizmo!".
  14. ^ "Cool Material".
  15. ^ "HiConsumptionm".
  16. ^ "Technabob".
  17. ^ "NotCot".
  18. ^ "NeatORama".
  19. ^ "StupidDOPE".
  20. ^ "AxeJunction".
  21. ^ "Muted".
  22. ^ "Egotastic".
  23. ^ "BoingBoing".
  24. ^ "So Freaking Cool".
  25. ^ "DudeIWantThat".
  26. ^ "Werd".
  27. ^ "LaughingSquid".
  28. ^ "GuySpeed".
  29. ^ "BookOfJoe".
  30. ^ "SiloDrome".
  31. ^ "Complex".
  32. ^ "Like Cool".
  33. ^ "The Strut".
  34. ^ "WKRN".
  35. ^ "The Tennessean".