The display sits directly on the counter top and features the original tin with each of the 5 picks (10 total) along with peg hooks holding refill bags of individual picks.
“Stash Picks are growing in popularity and the demand for refill kits has come,” states David Rosenfeld, President of Stash Picks, Inc. “Not only are we increasing our sales in the US, our picks are gaining popularity worldwide including Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and South America.” For those guitarists and bassists unfamiliar with the product, the original assortment tin with each of the 5 picks (10 total) is still available within the display. As an opening offer the refill bags of picks will contain 10 of the same pick plus a bonus stash of 4 extra picks (1 of each of the other styles) for a total of 14 picks.
Each pick is uniquely designed with multiple playing surfaces and molded from the highest quality nylon which is extremely durable yet flexible. Musicians can now create new sounds and complex tones without changing picks or mixing pick styles. Additionally, guitar and bass players will no longer need to cut, bend, or contort their picks to make the sounds they want.
Stash Picks are available at all Sam Ash Music and Guitar Center stores nationwide, as well as other fine musical instrument dealers and distributors. The suggested retail price for the tin with 10 picks (2 each of the 5 styles) is $11.95 US. The suggested retail price for the refill kits or individual bags is $8.99 per bag of 14 picks. Stash Picks are proudly made in the USA.
“Definitely the most innovative advance in pick design ever.” -Charlie Colin, guitarist for “Train”.
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