Agate guitar picks resonate in a way plastic cannot

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These agate guitar picks are handmade in Pennsylvania by Seth Maranuk, a jewelry designer and craftsman.  When he randomly found a tumbled stone chip that was shaped like a guitar pick, he began working to develop a “carefully shaped pick with just the right contour that allows for precision picking”.  These agate picks 1.2″ long X 1″ wide, and they “resonate in your hand in a way a plastic pick cannot, giving you a closer, smoother, and more integrated experience”.  Agate guitar picks are made by hand from natural materials, so no two are alike;  they are exclusively available for $20.00 at UncommonGoods.  They would be a great gift for the musician in your life.

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