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.
It’s safe to say that the less wires in your life, the better. But finding good quality wireless headphones at a low price isn’t easy. At under $100, BÖHM’s wireless Bluetooth headphones definitely offer the best quality sound for your dollar. Not only are they super stylish, they’re completely noise cancelling and will last up to 18 hours on a full charge. They’re a great choice of affordable headphones for running or working out.
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.
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.
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.