Experience the future of sound with this levitating Bluetooth speaker. Control your music from several feet away while your speaker gloriously spins on its invisible axis. For your uttermost convenience, it’s base comes equipped with a USB port for charging your designated source of music.
The Elegiant bluetooth LED Cube Portable Speaker offers pretty decent quality sound for its price and size. It’s stylish, lights up as you jam and even talks to you. If you want a quality wireless sound experience at under $25, this magical little cube is for you.
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.
For an active and outdoorsy music lover, this is probably the handiest (and smallest) portable speaker on the planet. Mengo’s AquaCube waterproof Bluetooth speaker lets you jam out to your favorite tunes at times where your headphone’s safety might be jeopardized by water damage (in the shower, on a shaky boat, at the pool, etc.). The AquaCube emits surprisingly powerful sound from its 3 watt speaker, despite its small size and the fact that it weighs practically nothing.
When learning different songs on the guitar, tuning and re-tuning your instrument can quickly become a frustrating task for an amateur guitarist. The Roadie automatic guitar tuner is an awesome tool for perfectly tuning your guitar, banjo, or ukulele in just a few seconds. Not only does Roadie function in loud environments, it’ll also tell you when your strings need to be changed. The Roadie tuner is definitely a lazy guitar hack, but it claims to be much more accurate than the human ear and is nonetheless a very useful guitar accessory for an amateur or intermediate player.