Guitar Pick Stool - Template

Build your own Guitar Pick Stool, with these templates you will be able to craft this beautiful, comfortable, extremely versatile, 3 legged stool! 

Skills Used 

Maloof Joinery

Power Carving

Digital - These are scanned at a 1:1 ratio, you'll receive a pdf that you can print your self or take to a print shop to get printed

Paper - We will mail you full scale paper templates, you can then glue to a substrate and create your own templates.

Plywood - We mail you a set of laser cut templates from 1/4'' thick plywood, ready to trace and create your own stool

Limited editing - We mail you a set of laser cut Bubinga veneered templates, only 10 sets available! 





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Customer Reviews

Based on 60 reviews
Rolf Alstrup
Guitar pick stool

Hi Paul. First of all - thank you for your super inspiring videos. However, I’m still trying to find a replacement for the rabbeting bit and the roundover bit, as here in europe we use the metric system. Can you help me out here? I mostly use CMT router bits with 8mm shaft.

Pierre Brule
Very disappointed

Not enough information about the construction of the project. The template is not the full size of the project. The stool looks amazing, but very disappointed with the plans. Not worth the money.

Hi, You purchased the digital version of the template, you need to print at 1:1 or 100% scale or take to a print shop and request the same. This will print the template at the correct size. We have 2 step by step build videos on our YouTube Channel -

Ian De Courcey

As good as it could get. thanks.

Awesome template

Fun project. Glad someone with your talent and knowledge is sharing so other can build.

George Sylvestre
Guitar pick stool

The digital template was excellent. I made myself a 1/2 inch grid on the blank template and then I transferred that to a 1 inch paper grid which gave me the actual size of the stool. I find the seat is a bit too big so I will downsize it to maybe 16 inches . But don’t get me wrong, I love the style of that stool, I will just make it smaller. I also love the dark contrast of the rounded corners of the Maloof joints and the seat which sticks right out . It’s a very good looking stool. I will be making one soon.

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