Sampler Packs Don't know which Pick to choose? Our variety packs have something for everyone!
"Picks and stones offered me the solution I was looking for but couldn't find anywere! The picks are absolutely high quality, and there's a solution for everyone's need. The customer service is perfect!"
"The combo pick immediatly grabbed my focus.. it took me about a minute of testing to realize that this is the best pick I`ve ever had, through over 30 years of playing. A little twist and you totally change the attack and sound. Love it!"
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Though they are rock hard, our picks are gentle on your strings and have a smoother attack and crisper tone than any nylon or plastic pick. The edges are rounded, and the entire pick is polished to a smooth glossy finish that stays in your fingers. Each pick is handmade and rigorously tested for quality, durability, and playability. We use only the highest quality gemstone to ensure that our guitar picks not only look like a gem but sound like one too! Our stone picks range in thickness from 1mm to 5mm. They are crafted from primarily Brasilian Agate and now Amber, with a few more limited stones featured in our Rare Picks page. We offer a wide variety of shapes and styles: choose from the familiar Traditional, Teardrop, Jazz or Tripoint styles; or try our Combo Picks: picks whose asymetrical designs combine three different striking surfaces in one convenient pick. We also specialize in Grip Picks: stone picks with specially designed grooves to enhance your grip.
Want to Know More?
Why Stone Picks? Learn why stone picks are prefered over plastic by professional and beginning players around the world.
Choosing a Pick- Having trouble picking out a pick? Read about how stone density, thickness, and shape affect the sound of the pick you choose.
Reviews- We absolutely love our guitar picks, but you don't have to take our word for it. Read Picks and Stones customer's reviews. Help us add to this page and spread the good word!
FAQ- How do they sound? Do they really work? Will they break my strings? Everybody has a question about stone guitar picks. Contact us with any other question you have and we'll be glad to answer it for you.
"I play guitar with The Black Crowes. We’re recording and filming our new double live album and movie at Levon Helm’s barn. I gave your picks to the guys and we’re all using them! We love them! They sound so good. There is no comparison to plastic, it's amazing. The stone picks appeal to the aesthetic that I apply to my music and live my life according to. The sound of the stone pick's attack is amazing on electric and acoustic instruments. They are superior to plastic plectrums in every way. I'm hooked."
Suke Cerulo is a professional guitarist/musician living in New York City and has been playing for 25 years. Suke is a founding member of the band "Schleigho" touring nationally for over 10 years averaging over 200 shows a year and released 5 CD's of which 2 were on a "Flying Frog Records" owned and managed by member of the Allman Brothers Band. Currently Suke tours with "Lynch" which features members of the band "Conehead Buddha" and "moe." When not touring Suke teaches over 60 guitar students a week. Suke uses a Brasilian Agate 2mm Jazz Style Grip Pick w/Right Side Sharp Bevel.
"With these beautiful polished stone picks, the ease of playability, the quality of service, and, most importantly, the control over tone you have as a player; Why anyone chooses to stick with crappy plastic picks is beyond me. Thank you, Picks and Stones!"
"The best $25 dollars I have ever spent on anything period!"
"I've owned stone guitar picks for over 15 years, but these are by far the best I've ever seen. The quality is excellent and the finish is perfect.
I highly recommend these picks."
Wow. My tone is changed completely. As soon as I got used to the pick (about 2 days)
I was acheiving the tone I had been stiving for for years. Worth every penny.
I've used stone for 20 plus years, but none have had the bevel just right...till now! Thank you.
I didn't know what to expect from a stone pick, and spending this much on a pick was either going to be a great decision or a really bad one. Now that I've played with it a few hours, I'm delighted with the brilliant tone and wonderful resonance. It will take some getting used to, but I'm looking forward to rediscovering my guitar - this is how it's supposed to sound!
The attack is not as agressive as plastic, very smooth. Triplets are effortless. I seem to get from string to string quicker, but who knows. I was a little wary of spending twenty bucks on a pick, but there is no wear at all and after a year I still have it.