What better way is there to spread good cheer, then by buying gifts for the ones you love. And the best gifts are those that you’ve put careful thought into, hoping to get that rockin' gift that will bring joy for years to come. Therefore, fret no more as we have compiled a list of some of our favorite gift ideas. Hopefully, some of these suggestions will inspire you to get that favorite musician in your life that something special.
65 Amps amplifier. A great amp helps good music sound even better. Brighten up Christmas morning for the guitar player in your life with a handmade amp from 65 Amps. Learn more about the company and its history in our blog from earlier this year.
Guitar Case. Keep that investment protected when on the road to the studio or gigs with the World Tour Deluxe guitar case from American Musical. High density padding helps make this a good purchase for the musician on the go.
Guitar Pick Cutter. Never run out of picks with this nifty little tool from Muzjig. You can make your own picks from the plastic provided or use old debit and credit cards for a more artistic approach.
Prince and David Bowie. Pay homage to two of the great musicians who passed away this year by getting their music collections on vinyl for your own music lover. There are many places to purchase their albums. For starters you can find Purple Rain and David Bowie (his self-titled first LP) at Barnes & Noble.
MagicScore Maestro. Ranked as one of the best composition software options by Top 10 Reviews, this program helps turn compositions into clean, easy-to- read notation. Its features include the ability to listen as you write and to work in piano or guitar notation.
Personalized Record Doormat. Jazz up your entrance with one of these doormats, perfect for the up and coming musician! (Mix tape doormats are available as well.)
Major Scale Wine Glasses. Impress your guests by playing a melody on perfectly tuned wine glasses. As you can see, the opportunities are endless when it comes to gifts for the musician.
A Charlie Brown Christmas Piano Music. One of the reasons the Christmas story told by Charles Schultz’s gang of characters has remained a favorite year after year is the wonderful jazz soundtrack that plays almost constantly through the television special. Vince Guaraldi’s talentin composing helped generations of children gain an appreciation for jazz. Anyone who loves the show will love this book of music. While you’re at it, check out the Switched on Pop podcast about “Linus and Lucy” from 2015.
Let your creativity run wild, they will appreciate it.