Standing just 3-inches tall and handcrafted from genuine zebra wood, the LSTN Satellite Portable Bluetooth Speaker produces a clean, high quality sound for its small size and vintage look. The mini wireless speaker boasts an impressive 10-hour battery life and has a built-in mic that allows you to skip songs or make hands-free phone calls with ease. It’s charged using a USB connection and has an AUX input for non-Bluetooth devices. The speaker was crowdfunded by an Indiegogo campaign that managed to raise over $50,000 USD with all profits donated to the hearing-impaired of third world countries. If you’re looking for a stylish premium speaker that will blend right into your work space, LSTN’s Satellite is your guy.
If the thought of listening to music through bright, glowing earphones excites you, then these LED earphones are for you! Not only do they light up, but they light up in synch with whatever song you’re listening to. Wear these bad boys to a silent rave and you’ll be the light of the party. There’s an on and off switch so that you can turn the lights off when the lighting situation isn’t optimal, because of course there would be no other reason to turn those lights off.
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.
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.
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.