The process of making a Gemstone Guitar Pick out of a rock specimen is tedious and long. A slice of rock is cut and then tumbled many, many times to make it smooth before it’s shaped, beveled, and then polished over and over. The process takes 7 to 10 days if it’s done right. No minimum wage here, but the joy and satisfaction of producing a musical accessory is satisfying and knowing that it directly contributes beautiful tone to a stringed instrument is a very special feeling.
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The thicker the stone pick is the ‘heavier’ it is and the volume of the sound it produces.
This makes thicker picks sometimes more suitable for acoustic guitars, and the thinner picks are often used when the volume can be electrically amplified or you do a lot of pick’n on an acoustic.