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At my house, we are huge fans of music. We are that family that sings along in the car and plays music together for fun. These gift ideas for musicians will be sure to get everyone on your list singing for joy!
We all play an instrument or have played an instrument or are currently learning to play. This gift guide for your musician will help you with some ideas for gifts they will really appreciate.
Since everyone in my family loves music, this article was inspired by my musicians. I kept thinking about things they would really appreciate and actually use.
The following list of gifts for musicians most of the links are to Amazon.
For music lovers:
Record players are making a comeback and who doesn’t want to listen to music that is spinning on the turntable?! We recently picked one up for my son and it has been fun buying vinyl records with my tween. We love the vintage one below.
This record player is the one we purchased for my son. Actually, he bought it with his own money. Which is a proud Mom moment for me!
Don’t forget to pick up some records to play on the record player! Here are a few to help give you some ideas for music preference. You can check the price at Amazon!
Obviously, I love classic rock, but there are so many more genres of music you can get on vinyl.
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Record cleaner kit- Now that you have your new record player and your loving listening to records in the evening; eventually you will need to clean your record player, so grab this one below. It has everything you need to clean your player!
Electronic Gift ideas for musicians
Every music lover needs a set of wireless headphones! My guy has the Apple AirPod Pro’s but my kid would like the over the head Bose for working on digital music.
You can never have enough bluetooth speakers! These are our favorites, especially Alexa!
Who else wants a speaker in the shower? Every musician needs a bluetooth speaker in the shower so they can sing along.
For the vocalist of the family, you should get them a karaoke machine! The bonus of the gift is that everyone can use it! Game night just became America’s Got Talent in your own home!!!
I have noticed that when we shop for clothes, we gravitate toward music-based t-shirts. It doesn’t matter what store we are shopping at if they have vintage t’s we are buying one. Does anyone else have this problem?
Gift Ideas for musicians
The next couple of gift ideas are for musicians who play an instrument or sing. They are practical gift ideas for musicians like a new microphone, or cables.
So maybe your musician needs a new mic so he can record right off his iPhone or iPad?!
While you are looking at Mics, you may want to look at the Amps too. Does your musician need a new Amp?
Don’t forget the cords and cables that every musician needs! Some other ideas are strings, pics and maybe new reeds.
Personalized gift ideas for musicians
While researching for this article, I found this awesome canvas company. They have canvas of sheets of music and lyrics with music notes. Knowing my husband would love it, I ordered one of their canvas’ for our anniversary. My husband LOVED it! They were easy to work with and shipping was really fast despite all the shipping delays with the virus. I highly recommend them!Add a beautiful personalized canvas to your home decor. Find out more at Canvas Vows.
Personalized or handmade gifts
You can also find some handmade gifts on Amazon or Etsy. When I searched Amazon, I found the following that I thought would inspire you.
I hope you found this article helpful and I truly hope you found a gift idea for your musician!
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Stephanie has been blogging at Sticky Note Mom for 4 years. Before starting her blog she worked in the finance industry working on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade to working for major financial institutions with personal financial planning and the mortgage industry. Now she shares all she has learned about frugal living to help others learn how to stop spending and start saving more.