Unusual Guitar Gifts

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Unusual Guitar Gifts
There are many unusual gifts available for guitar players. (Guitar player #1 image by Warren Millar from Fotolia.com)

When purchasing gifts for loved ones, you may not have any idea where to begin. You can consider their interests to help you decide what you should buy them. If your loved one is a guitar player, then you are in luck, as there are a variety of unusual guitar gifts you can purchase.

Flea Guitarist Figurine

Standing approximately 3.5'' W x 5'' H x 1.5'' D, this figurine showcases a guitar-playing flea about to rock out on an electric guitar. The figurine is made out of light gauge, cold rolled steel and sits on a redwood base.

Silicone Guitar Spatula

Give the guitar player who also loves to cook a silicone guitar spatula. Shaped like a guitar, this spatula is dishwasher-safe and can withstand cooking temperatures of up to 260 degrees Celsius. Due to its small size, this spatula is designed to be used when cooking smaller foods, such as eggs, pancakes, hash browns, sausage, bacon and other breakfast items.

Guitar Pick Earrings

For the guitarist who wears earrings, the PICKessence guitar pick aarrings make for an unusual gift. The earrings are made from hypoallergenic niobium French hook earwires, gold-coloured aluminium rings, pearlised celluloid guitar picks and matching glass beads. The picks are available in a variety of colours, including red, green, purple and pink.

Guitar-Themed Pillowcase Set

It is no secret most people can never have enough pillowcases. Unfortunately, pillowcases are typically a fairly unimpressive gift. However, this does not apply to the guitar and amp pillowcase set. Displaying a large guitar on one pillowcase and a large amp on the other, this gift lets your guitarist rest his head on his passion every night.

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