Skull and cross bones guitar pick
by WillandMrData2, published
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jolley roger guitar pick fairly sharp,
generally rock style pick but hay its art play, jam, create, entertain, enjoy.
New stl file added "skull pick 13" improved back, its a slightly thicker pick.
Click download ALL,,,,
else if you try to download the idervidual pick it shows a page of lots of numbers which i'm not sure why,,,,once you've downloaded all you can extract all and bingo,,,,theres the pick.
be sure to click "rotate, lay flat" to get it flat on build plate.
Then click "move, place on build plate",,,,,,to be sure its on there.
Was ment to be aprox .88 mm pick but it was a while ago i made this.
I've printed and used it and it works well for me,,just the right thickness and angle on point i like.
The skull shape is just orsome "great" to hold with thumb while playing.
Rock on, rock out, ROCK IT UP.
remix file if you want, make sell, throw to the crowd,
play fast, play slow, play a balard during the show,
play a song, play a score, play till the crowd screams for more,
And just when enough, play off the cuff,
Play A feeling, play of healing, let the sound rise above,
Play for all, play till dawn, play play play for one love.
Bye for now and be well from Will and Mr Data :) :]
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