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Guitar Pick Necklace


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This Guitar Pick Necklace is made in Sterling Silver.
It is beautifully crafted for that special person in your life…even if it’s YOU!
Weight: 2.30 Grams Grams including 18″ Chain
Guitar Pick Necklace
Sterling Silver
Weight: 2.30 Grams Grams including 18″ Chain
This pendant was delicately handcrafted to perfection by our specialist jewelers with more than 35 years of experience. A unique design made with a pure silver, then topped off with a glossy polish finish. Made with an elegant heart with engraved guitar design which forms together to a cutting edge, designer piece. A perfect jewelry especially for music lovers. Add this piece to your own unique collection today!


  • Comes with a matching 0.5mm rolo chain
  • High polish finish and sparkle-cut for lasting shine.
  • Bail Fits up to a 3.5 mm chain, a very versatile size that can fit most of your chains.
  • Hallmarked for authenticity (925 Sterling Silver).
  • W: 1.13″   H: 0.95″   D: 0.07″
  • Comes in a gift box ready to be gifted.
  • Proudly Handcrafted and Manufactured in the USA.


FUN Google facts on the History of the Guitar.


Above all, You can Rock this stylish Sterling Silver electric guitar necklace pendant on your necklace. Complete with strings and control knob details. This stunning Sterling Silver pendant is the perfect accessory to finish your rock n’roll look.  So this is the perfect musical instrument necklace charm pendant for all music lovers.
  • Handcrafted in 925 Sterling Silver.
  • Rhodium plated for a whiter and brighter look.
  • High polish finish for a mirror-like shine.
  • Hollow back.
  • Accommodates chains up to 3.5mm a very versatile size that can fit most of your chains.
  • Make it a necklace by adding a matching Rolo chain.
  • Hallmarked for authenticity.
  • Comes in a gift box.
  • Shipped straight from the factory to your doorstep.

Firstly, Fun Google Facts.  Secondly, Because there are different views and accounts, Thirdly, YOU decide what is true.

The first electric guitar?
It was around 1936 when a jazz guitarist named Charlie Christian (1916-1942) began using an acoustic guitar with a pickup attached to the body. He did this with the intention of playing guitar solos in his band. This is said to be the birth of the electric guitar.
However, On August 10, 1937, the Electro String Corporation was awarded the first-ever electric guitar patent. Invented by G.D. Beauchamp, and the instrument was known as the Rickenbacker Frying Pan.
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Moreover, Les Paul introduced the world to the solid-body electric guitar, and a pioneering instrument that transformed popular music.
In Conclusion, There you go!
The guitar grew in popularity during the 17th century as the lute and vihuela declined. It remained an amateur’s instrument from the 17th to early 19th century. A few virtuoso guitarists, however, became known in Europe, among them Gaspar Sanz (flourished 1674), Robert de Visée (c.
Guitar Pick Necklace Sterling Silver


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Weight .4 lbs
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