Guitar Gift Ideas

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Gift Ideas for Guitar Players

Here is a short guide to aid you when buying Gifts for Guitar Players.

1. Gift Guide
When looking to buy Gifts for Guitarists make sure you first know what sort of Guitar they use, Electric, Acoustic, Classical or Bass guitar. Once you know this then looking for appropriate Gifts will be much easier.

Dunlop 65 Polish
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2. Guitar Polish

Guitar Polish and Cleaner
Guitar players like to keep their pride and joy clean, there are a  range of products that are an ideal to look after the Guitar body, there are spray cleaners, creams and wax polishes to keep the instrument in tip top condition.
Lemon Oil is also used on the fingerboard  of the Guitar, which is applied to rejuvenate dry Rosewood or Ebony fingerboards.
D'addario Electric Guitar Strings
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3. Guitar Strings

 Guitar Strings is always a popular option for Gifts.       (See tip no.1)
Guitar players will generally have a preference of Guitar String they normally use.
Be it Brand or String Gauge, as a general rule of thumb, Fender Style  Guitars generally use nickel wound 9-42 or 9-46 gauge strings.
Gibson style electric Guitars  use 10-46 strings or thicker depending on preference.
Acoustic Guitars are generally strung with Bronze 12-53 Strings, though beginners might want something easier on the fingers like 10's or 11 gauge strings.
Classical Guitars will be fitted with Nylon Strings.
GHS Fast Fret
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GHS Fast Fret

4.String Cleaner

Fast Fret is used by countless Guitar Players, it is used to lubricate  and clean the Guitar Strings to keep the strings playing nicely, only used on steel or metal strings.
Dunlop Pick Holder
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Dunlop Pick Holder

5. Guitar Picks


Guitar Picks are a great idea for Gifts, every player uses them and every player seems to loose them too, Picks are inexpensive so maybe a range of picks in different thicknesses or materials.
Also useful would be a Pick Holder, these are a handy unit that sticks to the back of the Guitar head stock.
Snark Clip on Tuner
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Snark Clip on Tuner

6.Guitar Tuners

Definitely an essential, all players need to be in tune, modern Clip on tuners are a great easy option, they are small easy to use, just clip them on to the head stock, great for Acoustic and Electric Guitars and Ukulele's. Is your Guitar player in a band or playing on stage?, then maybe a Floor or Pedal Tuner the Boss TU-3 Tuner is highly recommended.
Dunlop Capo
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Dunlop Capo

7. Guitar Capo

Great gift idea and very useful too, some makes of Capo will be specific to a certain style of Guitar.
Electric , Acoustic or Classical Guitars have different neck sizes, so make sure you have got the correct fitment.
Planet Waves Strap
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Planet Waves Strap

8.Guitar Straps


There are many styles of Guitar strap on the market, and as a general rule most straps will fit any Guitar, as long as the Guitar has strap buttons which are the small metal or plastic mounts on the end of the Guitar body.
Some Classical Guitars do not have strap buttons.
Make sure you check before purchase, if the Guitar does not strap buttons they could be fitted at your local Guitar Shop.
CruztoolsTool kit
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9.Guitar Tools

Great little Gift idea, Guitar's do need adjustment from time to time so a handy tool set used for string changes and bridge or pickup adjustment would be very useful for the majority of Electric and Bass Guitars
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