Important Instructions For Removing a Pick From Your Guitar's Sound Hole

in #guitar2 years ago

Step 1: Find your closest "ball in a cup" dealer.
Step 2: Master your"ball in a cup" technique until you feel like a ninja.
Step 3: Pick up your guitar with that ninja confidence with the sound hole facing down. (Gravity is your friend today, young Padawan.)
Step 4: Locate your pick with a quick upward shake and note its' location.
Step 5: With your ninja "ball in a cup" skills, hop that pick straight through the sound hole with a quick hop, keeping the guitar level and watch out for the glancing blow of the guitar pick flying out through the strings. Innocent bystanders may be endangered by carelessness.
Step 6:
If you have not succeeded, repeat your ball in a cup training. You have much to learn.
If you have succeeded, shred on and put your new found ninja like skills to work on the fret board.
Step 7: This step should not be taken lightly. If you find yourself unable to master "ball in a cup" or getting the pick out of the sound hole, it is time to accept your strengths. Set aside a budget for picks, for it seems that there is a black hole in your guitar that will eat picks until the sound hole fills to the brim. Don't let it get you down. You now own a maraca guitar and you'll have a lifetime supply of picks by the time it gets full enough that you have to replace the guitar.
Step 8: Shred on and don't sweat the small stuff! 🤘🏻

Much love. Hope this helps at least one person out there.

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