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Made with a mix of domestic & exotic hardwoods, Amboyna Burl, Gabon Ebony, & Black Walnut, three very beautiful, dense & durable exotic & domestic hardwoods. No stock photos here...the pick shown is the actual pick you will receive.
This premium handcrafted guitar pick was shaped & sanded independently, it features the batman logo precision laser engraved on each side of the pick, the design also aids in the grip factor of the pick. This pick measures approx. 1-1/4” or 31 mm long X just over 1" or 26 mm wide, it is about 2.3 mm thick at the thickest part of the pick, the pick tapers down to a thickness of about 1 mm at the tip, this pick is treated with a special oil blend, for lasting protection I let the pick soak in the oil to ensure that the pick is deeply penetrated, after the wood is treated, the laser engraving is then applied. After the engraving is complete, the entire pick is re-oiled to further protect the wood. It may take a while to get used to playing with a wooden pick, but every guitar player that I know, simply can't live without their hardwood guitar picks. Take your playing to the extreme, with the unmatched performance & the true tones that my handmade artisan wood picks employ. They also make excellent gifts! Thanks for looking!

GABON EBONY - Diospyros Crassiflora
The tree is native to Gabon and grows throughout Southern Nigeria, Cameroon, and Zaire .
Gabon Ebony is said to be "the blackest wood in the world," although it does sometimes contain brown highlights. The wood is quite hard, heavy, and dense, the combination of jet-black appearance and hardness makes it a particular favorite among musical instrument makers , the wood is widely used to make keys for pianos and harpsichords, as well as fingerboards for guitars, violins, cellos, and oboes. Ebony wood has been coveted by wood artisans for literally thousands of years; in fact, some carved pieces have been discovered in Ancient Egyptian tombs. The wood's distinct coloring and ability to polish beautifully have kept it highly sought after through the ages.

AMBOYNA BURL - Pterocarpus Indicus
The tree is native to Southeast Asia
Amboyna is a marvelously luxurious burl from the tree that is commonly known as Narra. One of the most Exotic burls of the world, used widely for very high –end veneers. A rare, exotic hardwood that grows in Southeast Asia that has a fragrant aroma. It can vary in color from yellow to golden brown to red, and is generally considered excellent for both turning and finishing.
The more red the Amboyna wood, the heavier it is, it is a very durable and highly decorative wood. Once prized By Emperors in China, the wood was forbidden to be owned by commoners.

AMERICAN BLACK WALNUT
The tree is Native to, primarily the Eastern United States.
The sapwood is creamy white and may be three inches wide. Heartwood is a rich chocolate brown or purplish brown in color, with a dull sheen. Black walnut is normally straight grained and is noted for its beautiful grain character, producing a beautiful figure variation. Over the years the wood develops a lustrous patina. It is one of the only true dark brown domestic species, so it has a large following of devoted woodworkers that enjoy its rich color, and ease of use.

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Tribute to Batman - Handmade Exotic Woods Premium Laser Engraved Guitar Pick

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: exotic wood, bees wax, special oil blend, titebond 3 waterproof wood glue, danish oil, teak oil, mineral oil, Amboyna burl, Black walnut, Gabon ebony, true ebony
  • Feedback: 686 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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