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Are you looking to get a little something for someone musical in your life? Loved one or band member, surely they deserve something. There are lots of products out there and you might not know what to buy a guitarist for Christmas. With our list of 5 guitarist gifts, you’ll be all set this holiday season. 

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Ideally, you want to give your guitarist friend something they’ll both appreciate and use. More importantly, you don’t want to be out of pocket either. Let us advise you on what to buy a guitarist for Christmas…

Marshall Jack Rack

The perfect addition to any home or studio. This quirky gift combines your guitarist friend’s passion for music and losing their keys.

Modelled on Marshall’s iconic JCM 800 head, this is one of the coolest-looking key stores. Supplied are input key rings that plug into the head. Screws are included so you’ll be able to set this up straight away!

Marshall Jack Rack

Marshall Jack Rack

Marshall Jack Rack

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Fender Tele Sunburst Body Bookends

Secondly, we have this classy set of bookends. Does your friend’s vinyl collection need organising properly? Look no further!

Made from recycled alder wood, this gift both looks good, and does good. After all, who doesn’t love a bit of sustainability? The telecaster is finished in a classic sunburst finish and would be a welcome installment to any guitarists literature collection.

Fender Tele Sunburst Body Bookends

Fender Tele Sunburst Body Bookends

Fender Tele Sunburst Body Bookends

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Guitar Strings

Next, we have something invaluable to a guitarist. It seems obvious, and less of a gift. However, who has a spare set laying around?

Most of us guitarists have preference on guage, brand and material. Buying strings is a laborious chore for any guitarist. Regardless if they’re not the right kind, a spare set in a gig bag will always come in handy.

Check out this set of Ernie Ball 2223s! Look guitar strings up in the dictionary and you’ll find a set of these.

Ernie Ball 2223

Ernie Ball 2223

Ernie Ball 2223

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Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro 80 Ohm

A well sorted pair of studio headphones will be a great accompaniment to a guitarist’s ensemble of gear. These dynamic headphones are great value.

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With a circumaural, lightweight 284g design, these headphones will sit nicely over any mullet or buzz cut. Supplied with a 3m straight cable, you’ll be able to move around while laying down some hard riffs.

Even better, there’s a screw-on 6.3mm jack adapter. Switching seamlessly between your mobile phone or home studio.

Looking for headphones? Check out The best Budget Headphones.

beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro 80 Ohm

 

beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro 80 Ohm

beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro 80 Ohm

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Marshall Fridge 3.2

Finally, we’re going all out with this one for what to buy a guitarist for Christmas. Does your guitarist friend need somewhere to keep the beers cold during band practice?

A Marshall Halfstack refrigerator is undoubtedly cool. For guitarists anyway. With a quiet 37db compressor, this appliance won’t interfere when recording the band’s new demo tracks. The blue lighting gives the black interior a great contemporary look.

With 82-litres of capacity, you’ll be able to accommodate all of those mid-rehearsal snacks and drinks.

Marshall Fridge 3.2

Marshall Fridge 3.2

Marshall Fridge 3.2

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What do you think of our 5 guitarist gifts? Some great value items there, all having their respective use to a guitarist. Novelty fridge aside, some absolute bargain guitarist gifts.

 

 

 

 

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  • Marshall Jack Rack: Thomann
  • Fender Tele Sunburst Body Bookends: Thomann
  • Ernie Ball 2223: Thomann
  • beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro 80 Ohm: Thomann
  • Marshall Fridge 3.2 : Thomann

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One response to “What to Buy a Guitarist for Christmas – 5 Guitarist Gifts”

    Chris says:
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    Having played guitar for nearly 26 years and having to repeat this to family basically every year, I have this tip:

    Either ask them, or don’t buy them anything guitar related.

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