Music Related Gifts For Your Loved One

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Looking for a musical gift? Don’t just settle for a CD from
Walmart. Here are few music related gifts that are sure to strike a chord with
your loved one.
Improve their listening experience
Speakers and headphones are a great gift to boost people’s
listening experience. If you have a friend or family member who still has to
resort to cheap earphones, consider buying them a pair of quality headphones.
Meanwhile, there are plenty of speakers out there that are ideal for streaming
music on whilst doing housework or during a party. Headphones and speakers can
be expensive so look out for promotions. Coupon sites may be able to get you a
discount, whilst special periods throughout the year such as Cyber Monday are
brilliant for getting deals too. Use comparison and review sites such as Reevoo
to get an idea of the best quality for your money.
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Help them learn an instrument
Knowing how to play an instrument can be a great skill. If
you’re buying someone their first instrument, avoid top end models. A
beginner’s Yamaha keyboard or a basic Squire guitar are both cheap and reliable
instruments – you don’t want to be splashing out on an expensive instrument
that they may not take to. For those already learning, consider accessories
such as tuners and microphones. Gear4Music has a huge selection to choose from
to give you ideas.
Kick off their music career 
If someone you know has dreams of getting into the music
industry, why not get the ball rolling with a special gift. Services such as
Nationwide Disc replication can help you produce your own CDs complete with
artwork. You may also be able to buy some recording studio time to help them
produce their own single. You may even be able to help by buying certain
equipment for a live setting such as guitar straps or microphones.
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Buy tickets to a concert 
Concert tickets can be a great experience gift for music
lovers. The cost to see big names can be huge and tickets are becoming harder
to get hold of, with some selling out in minutes. However, you may be able to
find discounted tickets last minute online at sites such as Get Me In. Remember
to look out for festivals and local gigs too where big names may be playing.
Go aesthetic
The visual side of music can be a great place to find small
gifts. All musicians will have merch to sell that could include posters or band
tees. These are great gifts for music-loving teens. You also be able to find
other quirky merch such as phone cases, mugs or key rings. Bobbleheads of musicians are a fun gift that can be sat on a shelf or put in a car. Meanwhile,
there are lots of creative recycled vinyl products such as vinyl clocks and
vinyl ashtrays.

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