Holiday Gift Guide 2022

 Music making and gift giving are about finding inspiration, sharing what we love, and sparking joy in others. And while many musicians may have visions of Martin Guitars, Deering Banjos, or an Electric Guitar dancing in their head, we’ve put together this gift guide to help you find a gift that is thoughtful and a quality product no matter your budget. 


Gifts Under $100

Korg KDM3 Digital Pyramid Metronome, Black

Improve your musical timing in style. Many musicians neglect the metronome, and the Korg KDM3 is here to help you stay in time. A great gift for any musician, from beginner to expert.

Cooperstand Pro-G Professional Folding Portable Wooden Instrument Stand

This ultra-portable stand fits acoustic and electric guitars, mandolins, banjos and more. Weighing less than a pound and measuring just 4" x 9" x 1.5" folded, this sweet stand fits in a hardshell case behind the headstock of most acoustic guitars.

Shure SM57 and SM58 Microphones

Considered by many to be the standard by which all others are compared, you can’t go wrong with a SM57 or SM58. Whether you’re shopping for a studio whiz or a stage performer, having a quality microphone is an absolute game changer.

Gifts - Under $25

D'Addario Planet Waves Micro Soundhole Tuner

Designed specifically for acoustic guitar, ukulele, and other acoustic instruments, the chromatic Micro Soundhole Tuner remains perfectly concealed within the instrument's soundhole for discreet tuning. The non-marring universal mounting clip allows stress-free installation, while the highly sensitive piezo transducer senses vibrations directly from the soundboard for fast and accurate tuning response

Elderly Instruments Pick Box

Perfect for keeping flat picks or other small items separated from your loose change. Works great in an instrument case, too. This is a nice little cherry wood box with the Elderly Instruments Logo lasered into the slide top. 

Hohner Mini-Harmonica Necklace

A tiny Hohner 4-hole harp in C (it really plays!) embellished with a few beads (color may vary) where it attaches to a leather neck-cord. James Brown asked what is hip? This is hip. 

Not sure what kind of strings? Grab a
Gift Card and let them choose.

Gifts for the Serious Musician

Paige Pro Acoustic Guitar Capo

Impressive, innovative design from Paige brings better tone to capoed strings. The Paige Pro Acoustic Guitar Capo is a seriously professional tool for players serious about high-quality performance. 


Ear Trumpet Labs Myrtle Condenser Microphone

Designed for acoustic solo performers, small bluegrass bands, or vocal ensembles, Myrtle delivers warm, detailed sound and astonishing feedback rejection. Ear Trumpet Labs mics have become a go-to favorite among artists for livestreaming and home recording, too.

Tascam Mixcast 4 Podcast Station / Recorder / USB Audio Interface

Tascam's Mixcast 4 makes professional content creation easy. For Podcast creation, live streaming, event production, or voice over, the Mixcast 4 will mix and record mic inputs, internal sounds and music via the trigger pads, and external audio input from your phone or PC. Together with the TASCAM Podcast Editor software, a complete solution - including both waveform editing and sound pad control - is provided from pre-production to completion.


Gifts for Kids

Ohana SK-10 Soprano Ukulele Starter Pack

The perfect way for the beginner to get everything they need to start playing. Includes a gigbag, clip-on tuner, strap, and basic instructional materials. Buy the bundle and save!

Elderly Custom Kazoo

The finest plastic submarine-style kazoo with our logo on the barrel. Created for us by Kazoobie, Inc., fabricated by cheerful Kazoobians. Various bright colors, no choice.


Deering Goodtime Junior, Seawater Teal

A smaller banjo for smaller hands, and still tunes to standard G tuning. The Goodtime Junior is an updated version of Deering's popular Parlor Goodtime.

Can’t decide? Every musician loves a gift certificate!

Did she say she wanted a ukulele or a banjo? Did Dad say he needed a guitar stand or guitar strings? Take the risk out of guessing and sponsor their next trip to, so they can decide whether to go big on a new mandolin or stock up on guitar picks for the next 50 years. 


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