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 45 reviews
Peter Littler

Just one measurement somewhere would have been helpful. 20"x20"" blank doesn't cut it. Final size depends entirely on the size paper used for printing.

Morris Wall
Learning Process

A reference to the YouTube video would be helpful, the one that shows how to make the template to cut the maloof joint.

David A Riggs
Guitar pick stool

Very nice design and fun to make
You may want to have more complete instructions so that a beginning woodworker would be more likely to tackle this project.

Jack Schaufele
Stool Template

It's was as advertised - there's not much to it - What I will say is I have watched your video several times and can not make the joint as well as you - I am using a fluted bit for my cut out -

gene martin
Bare minimum

I'm glad I've made numerous Maloof inspired chairs as these plans would not have been sufficient. A link to your making one on youtube would be helpful for others. 22" square blank for an 18" stool is a waste of wood, the 31.6 stop on a miter saw gives the correct flat spot for two of the legs. I'll email you a picture of the stool I made out of Red Grandis and walnut

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