Monday, March 16, 2015

Music Monday: Rock On With These Guitar Accessories (Giveaway)






Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received these products, free of charge,via Tomoson, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about them.


As the kids get older, you still want to keep the traditional Easter baskets, but now you get met with groans- too much candy, I'm not a baby, you know the drill.

If you have a kid that is musically inclined, I have a couple of suggestions for this year's baskets!



                                     A Cotton Guitar Strap 

Get it embroidered with their name, and you have a personalized gift that will keep on giving!

Why get a cotton guitar strap? Because cotton is thicker, tougher, stronger and softer, than the common thin nylon or polypropylene guitar straps. Those straps are are prone to slip and fall off your shoulder,s and cut into your body due to their thinner material, and that means a big problem for kids, and those learning to play,due to the shoulder fatigue those straps can cause! With this strap you can sit or stand to play with ease!  

This strap literally fits everyone, with it's basic color! Plus it can be cinched down to 33.5" for young kids and teenagers, and then lengthen again as they grown into bigger guitars and get taller (it goes to 56").. And as you can see, it fits on smaller kids guitars with no problem! You can also see the higher quality, next to a nylon one!

I plan on getting this strapped embroidered in Miss Grace's school colors,  to add to the fun factor of having a strap with her name on it! Plus that will help us locate her guitar quicker as well!






A Flower Bloom of Guitar Picks

Not all guitar picks are created equal ! These high-quality, genuine celluloid guitar picks have been designed with the serious musician’s needs In mind


Whether you’re still a beginner or a seasoned pro, this awesome guitar pick pack has everything you need for practice or performance! 

This durable and attractive no-spill case comes with an assortment of 60 picks in various sizes and thicknesses (from Thin to Heavy, each pack contains picks of 0.6mm, 0.73mm0.8mm1mm and 1.14mm). And each gauge is color-coded,  so you can tell which pick you need at glance- perfect for beginners! Plus the bright colors make them easy to find when they get dropped (and trust me, that happens a LOT!). 

These are some pretty sturdy picks, and they will not easily break or tear,! They have an excellent grip, so a single set will last for years, helpful when kids go through so many! It also makes them pretty cost effective- at less than 30 cents per pick, this set is an excellent value. 

And to make things even better, they are designed to help your music convey “fat,” rich and warm tones. The picks work great for acoustic guitars, electric guitars, bass guitars, but they also produce a beautiful sound on ukuleles, and mandolins!

Miss Grace LOVES the blossom shaped organizer and that she can add the picks she already has, so she only has to carry one container with her to lessons! You can put 100 picks in the container, so you can round up all your stray picks! It does stay securely shut in her bag, but isn't heavy- a plus for kids having to carry heavy school backpacks, a guitar and music books! 



So there you have it- two excellent choices for a guitar playing child for their Easter basket!


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And lucky YOU, one BTHM reader will get to win their own pack of these great guitar picks!
Hurry though- this giveaway is only for one week!

5 comments:

  1. I usually get about the same things for our baskets, candy, dvd's, small things like bubbles, etc.

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  2. Balls, treats, books and beautiful barrettes. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. I like educational toys so how about a little basket with junior scientist gear?

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  4. I love giving fun clothes for Easter.

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  5. I like to put small items, like pencils, school supplies and little toys in Easter baskets.
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