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.
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.
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.
Padding up the walls of your bedroom or renting out a recording studio is beyond the means and budget of most amateur, millennial musicians. Studio-grade sound recording doesn’t have to cost a fortune with the SnapRecorder portable recording studio. To make things even more feasible, you can record crispy clean audio from the comfort of your own home. Its design incorporates three layers of soundproofing technology to ensure that unwanted noises and echoes aren’t picked up.
To cater to this generation’s tech-savvy musician, the recording booth comes with a smartphone dock to facilitate reading lyrics or digital sheet music while recording. With a USB connection, sounds are directly recorded onto your laptop and ready for editing.
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.