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15 Gift Ideas for Musicians

Posted on Nov 23, 2018

Know someone who is obsessed with music? Whether they are a musician themselves and can call a note the moment they hear it, or if they just have a good 'ole appreciation for music and can be found at all the local concerts, we’ve got the perfect gift for them. Check out these 15 gift ideas for music-lovers, young or old.

 

Hazlo 

 

Play the moments, pause the memories, stop the pain, rewind the happiness.

 

Mellifluous

 

Mellifluous is a voice or word that sounds sweet or musical.

 

 

Frigg and Roll 

 

“Rock and obviously ding it up ding dong” - @curtmontgomery. Part of our exclusive Curt Montgomery Collection.

 

 

Fender

 

The design is inspired by the Squier Classic Vibe. With it’s 1950’s look, it sports all the modern amenities a bassist needs. With a warm, earthy tone, due to the wider string spacing and larger neck, this guitar delivers that classic 50’s feel.

 

Lull

 

Lull means to be calm or send someone to sleep, typically through soothing sounds.

 

 

Sugar Sugar 

 

Some say that listening to vinyl provides a far superior sound compared to digital or CDs, do you agree? Part of our exclusive Betty and Veronica Collection in collaboration with @bettyandveronica.

 

 

Mozart

 

Life is kind of like a piano, what you get out of it depends on how you play it. “The music is not in the notes, but in the silence between” a quote from Wolfgang Amedeus Mozart, an influential composer of the classical era.

 

 

Qitara

 

The word Qitara comes from Andalusian Arabic and can be translated to the modern word “Guitar”.

 

 

Beats

 

When you listen to music, you can discover a part of yourself that you never knew existed.

 

 

Analog

 

One for the old souls, the music lovers, curators, and the neophiliacs. Nothing will compare to the feeling of a crush handing you a mixtape that was made especially for you.

 

 

Dizzy

 

John Birks Gillespie, known as “Dizzy”, was an American jazz trumpeter, composer, and singer. Gillespie is considered one of the first musicians to infuse Afro-Cuban, Caribbean and Brazilian rhythms with jazz.

 

 

Fermata

 

Because music is what feelings sound like.

 

 

Aceg

 

In the bass clef, the names of the four spaces bottom to top, are A, C, E, and G.

 

 

Rhythm 

 

Where words fail, music will always speak.

 

 

Mandolin

 

The purpose of sound holes is to help acoustic instruments project their sound powerfully. Instruments from the violin family, archtop mandolins and archtop guitars use the f-hole style of sound holes.

 

 

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