You have your guitar and you’re ready to get all of the accessories that you’ll need to learn. Here are some of the guitar accessories that I like.
First of all, a good solid case is definitely a must have for anyone who plans on taking their guitar on any adventures. Something like the would be great. Or, perhaps, the if you prefer a soft case (in addition, it comes with a pick!).
Guitars and technology. As you consider what kind of gift you want to give to your tech-savvy friend or loved one who also happens to play guitar, why not just combine the two passions with an awesome guitar gadget? Honestly, it’s hard to go wrong here.
Perhaps you’ve already combed through a few good lists of serious gifts for guitar players but nothing seems to fit. You need something unique that you know will be put to good use…an awesome guitar gadget he didn’t know he wanted.
Father’s Day is just around the corner and everybody is scrambling to find something other than a new tie to give dad. As a dad myself, I want to say thank you on behalf of your father for searching out a more creative gift!
If you’re reading this, that means that your dad (or your husband/step-dad, etc) is a musician. Whether he plays the guitar, bass, mandolin or other stringed instrument…it doesn’t really matter.
What matters is that you can capitalize on his passion for music by buying a gift that he’ll actually love and use. It’s the least you can do, right?
Christmas stockings are a tradition in my family. Every Christmas morning we wake up to see what “Santa” put in our stockings, usually an assortment of food, small gifts and maybe a gift card.
As the years go by, I find it harder and harder to think of things to put in the stockings – or better yet I’m not quite sure what to tell my wife to put in my stocking. As a guitarist, it really shouldn’t be difficult to think of a good Christmas stocking gift and yet every year I end up getting something I didn’t really care for.