This highly intelligent thinking music player is your best bud when you don’t have time to throw a playlist together. It gets to know your music-listening habits incrementally in a borderline creepy (but awesome) way in order to keep your ears beyond satisfied. With unlimited access to Rdio’s millions of songs, Cone will supply you with an eternal soundtrack to your life.
Crowdfunded on Indiegogo, the ONE Light Smart Keyboard is a lightweight and mini smart piano that’ll take you from beginner to intermediate with nothing more than your own smartphone or tablet as a learning resource. An app with interactive piano lessons coupled with flashing LED lights on all keys will guide you through the learning process in a simplified manner at your own desired pace. This is a fun and easy way to learn how to play piano without skipping the fundamental steps.
Paint and build your own ukulele with this original ukulele DIY kit! Simply assemble the pieces and use your creative mind to paint it and give it a unique look. Aspiring ukulele players, this is for you.
Marshall’s Kilburn portable Bluetooth speaker is the perfect medley between vintage and modern. It might look vintage but it offers a crisper sound than a modern Bose. It features a classic Marshall look and lets you easily adjust the bass and treble of your music with a knob. Asides from its crystal clear sound and its sturdy, compact build, the Marshall Kilburn is renowned for its 20-hour battery life.
I don’t know what it is, but guitar picks literally just disappear in thin air. It’s like there’s a guitar pick fairy desperately waiting to snatch them when you’re not looking. The Pick-a-palooza DIY guitar pick maker will ensure that you always have a guitar pick handy. The puncher comes with a few pieces of plastic to get you started, but you can actually use ANY plastic card — a great way to recycle your expired driver’s licenses or best of all, hotel cards. Punching the guitar picks is so much fun that you’ll find yourself obsessing over finding the perfect plastic to use next.