This mini Marshall amp is pretty much a keychain amplifier. You can actually clip it on to your belt. It’s tiny, it’s portable, and it weighs less than a pound, making it an excessively handy accessory for a musician who travels frequently. Despite it’s small size, this micro amp offers surprisingly good sound.
Express your undivided love for music in the kitchen with these awesome retro record placemats. They’re a creative alternative to traditional LP wall decor, and since they’re made of silicone instead of vinyl, you can even throw ‘em in the dishwasher after a messy meal.
Stand out from the crowd with Robert’s 50’s inspired AM/FM Revival Radio. Despite its vintage look, it boasts up to 120 hours of battery life and has an LCD display and auxiliary port for when you feel like jamming out to your own music. The Union Jack edition is probably our favorite in terms of retro swag, but it also comes in black and few shades of pastel.
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.
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.