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Guitaress 02-10-2007 10:02 AM

HELP!
 
I accidently lost my pick in my guitar, and I think it's stuck, cause I can't hear it!:o I think I heard it last night, but I've tried everything to get it out, from banging to bottom on the floor, to gettin another pick and playing, to see if I can loosen it, no luck.:nope:

And when I pick the third string from the top, it makes a wierd, jacked up noises. So I'm thinkin, I dunno, it make be stck under the neck, but I dunno.:-/

snizzle 02-10-2007 10:06 AM

Umm...what? Is it an electric or accoustic?

DEFINATELY DON'T BANG THE BOTTOM ON THE FLOOR!!

If it's stuck in the soundhole of an accoustic just shake it around until the pick is right in the center under the sound hole and then flip it over real quick. Or just turn it upside down (where the sound hole is facing the ground) and shake till it comes out.

If it's an electric....congratulations I think you're the first person that's lost a pick on an electric guitar.


The other option, of course, would be to loosen the strings and reach in there and dig around for it.
-shane

Andymatic14 02-10-2007 10:16 AM

yeah, the best thign to do is just flip it over and shake until it comes out.

irtrogdor 02-10-2007 10:30 AM

eh, hem...

Quote:

Originally Posted by Guitaress (Post 2799465)
I think it's stuck, cause I can't hear it!

i would get a flashlight and shine it in there to see if i could see it.

Guitaress 02-10-2007 11:58 AM

Y'all are askin me if it's an electric?:rolleyes: Pfftt..

Well, I'm gonna bring it to church with me tomorrow, and see if my youth pastor can't get it out.:-/

ieatdirt 02-10-2007 12:17 PM

You could just leave it in there.

guitarman531 02-10-2007 12:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Guitaress (Post 2799585)
Y'all are askin me if it's an electric?:rolleyes: Pfftt..

Ahem...Attached are some pics of electrics in which a pick could easily get stuck in:

Soap 02-10-2007 12:25 PM

It would take one heck of an accident to have a pick land in an F-hole. To whomever has witness that: I congratulate you.

Guitaress 02-10-2007 12:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ieatdirt (Post 2799600)
You could just leave it in there.

No, I cant, cause it makes the strings make a funny sound:dead:

Guitaress 02-10-2007 12:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SoapbarII (Post 2799612)
It would take one heck of an accident to have a pick land in an F-hole. To whomever has witness that: I congratulate you.

It dropped in the sound hole idiot:p :p

ieatdirt 02-10-2007 12:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Guitaress (Post 2799633)
No, I cant, cause it makes the strings make a funny sound:dead:

Maybe that has something to do with banging it.

gtrdave 02-10-2007 01:56 PM

Loosen all of the strings enough to move them out of the way and stick your hand in there to try and remove the pick.

This is not brain surgery we're talking about here. :goodnope:

Soap 02-10-2007 03:53 PM

I never said you didnt drop it in the sound hole. :/

Rainer. 02-10-2007 07:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SoapbarII (Post 2799612)
It would take one heck of an accident to have a pick land in an F-hole. To whomever has witness that: I congratulate you.

That almost happened to me. Key word: Almost. 'Twould have sucked massively to have actually dropped it in.

guitarman531 02-10-2007 07:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SoapbarII (Post 2799612)
It would take one heck of an accident to have a pick land in an F-hole. To whomever has witness that: I congratulate you.

Not really. It didn''t necessarily happen while she was playing, right? Is it that hard to imagine a guitar sitting in it's case (face up), and you drop a pick in?

From my post, I wasn't trying to say that it happened while a person was playing.


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