2016 Holiday Gift Guide: For Music Lovers

(MEDIA GENERAL) — Whether you’re shopping for a musician or a passionate listener, these gifts are perfect for the audiophiles on your Holiday shopping list.


Musical Tote $18

A lightweight tote bag is a perfect gift for musicians or music teachers who need a stylish and practical way to carry sheet music back and forth to lessons.


King of Pop iPhone Case $26.25

A great gift for the Michael Jackson superfans in your life. Every time the phone rings they’ll be inspired by the King of Pop’s iconic style.

Vintage Guitar Poster Print $29.00

This infographic poster is illustrated with 64 distinctive guitars from rock history.

guitar socks

Guitar Socks $10.00

Guitar socks are how Keith Richards does business casual.

Guitar cutting board

Yummy Strumming Cutting Board $22.99

It’s a scientific fact that music sounds better when you’re in the kitchen.


Guitar Hooks (Set of 3) $12.88

A place for them to hang all their leather jackets.


Guitar Collection Pint Glasses (Set of 4) $40.99

They’re are lots of glasses on the market with guitars on them, but these were the only ones I could find that were subtle enough they would be a great gift for your 19-year-old niece or your grandfather.


Lionel Richie Teapot $39

Perfect for anyone and everyone.  It doesn’t even matter if they don’t drink tea.  This is perfect!


Wines That Rock Rainbow Pack $77.99

Who cares what the wine tastes like, these bottles are awesome and will look gorgeous on a wine rack.


Marshall Fridge $399

This seems like something that would be perfect to give to a group.  Something to keep in their studio (*cough* the garage) or office. They can fill it up with bottles of water, booze or fresh squeezed juices… if they’re an Indie-rock band from Brooklyn.


Songwriter’s Orange Lined Bound Journal $9.23

Tips, prompts and words of inspiration from some of the most world’s most talented songwriter’s will motivate the aspiring musician in your life to make their dreams come true.


Guitar Lighter $11.44

Has there ever been anything more rock and roll?