The Zac Brown Band are adding something different (and rather unexpected) to their resume. The group have collaborated to create a very unique collection of guitar pick pendants.

Your first thought when you think of country fashion may not be the ZBB, but they're changing that in a pretty cool way. The band collaborated with William Henry, a collection of men's jewelry and pocket knives, to create a very unique piece of jewelry for men who also love music. The best part may not be the cool jewels, but instead the charity that the proceeds benefit.

Interested patrons can purchase one of three hand-engraved pendants, and the money goes to help Brown's own charity, Camp Southern Ground. The pendants aren't just cool looking — they're also useful! They each hold up to three guitar picks.

This isn't the first time the jewelry line's designer has collaborated with Brown. They previously made guitar-inspired pocket knives. This time around, they're making something a little more fashionable. The photo above shows the three different options — on the left is the sterling silver pendant with gold inlay on a sterling and onyx accented chain ($1499), the middle is the engraved pendant rendered in bronze on a double layered deerskin cord ($199), and on the right is a silver pendant on an antiqued sterling silver chain ($299).

The line launches on Tuesday (May 5) and comes just after the release of the group's newest album, Jekyll and Hyde. The album's title is engraved at the bottom of each pendant. All three of the pendants are available on the William Henry website.

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