2016 Christmas gifts for singers

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a singer in a rock band. If you know someone, who loves to sing professionally or for fun here are some Christmas gifts for singers.

Tiger Pop Screen with Flexible Gooseneck and Large Pop Filter from Tesco for £6.96

I have been looking at the Rode NTA-1  on Amazon for a few years now because it would make life a lot easier when recording music. I started singing with the guitar a few years ago, and it’s a lot harder to sing and play at the same time.

Why would you need a pop shield?

I’ve been asking myself why I would need a pop shield? The answer is that when you record an instrument or your voice you can often hear loud banging noises or feedback from the microphone in the background which can affect the quality of the recording.

If you have a family member or a friend who loves singing and is interested in recording their voice, You can buy them a pop shield from just £6.96 in Tesco.


Sterling Silver Treble Clef Drop Earrings from £5.79 on Colcort Jewellery

I was browsing through the gifts section for musicians and singers, and I came across lovely pairs of silver treble clef drop earrings from £5.79. Not only do these earrings make a great stocking filler and me for one would love to receive these for Christmas because it signals individuality and they aren’t  something that every lady would wear.

Innox IVA02 microphone stand black at £7.90 reduced from £20.00

I have been looking on Amazon for a microphone stand for a few years. I currently have one saved on my Amazon Wish List, and it’s around £17.00. I was surprised to see this one reduced down to £7.90. This microphone stand would make a great Christmas gift for a singer who has just started out and sings for a hobby, and it’s now reduced from £20.



Behringer C-1 Studio Condenser Microphone

I have been looking for deals on studio microphones, and I found this Behringer C-1 studio condenser microphone priced at £28 from Baxshop.co.uk. It even has a 4.5-star review with some excellent write ups which claim that the microphone is easy to use, is light to carry around and has a clear sound. However, you get what you pay for, so the sound isn’t as good as the Rode NT1A, but it’s a good choice for beginners of those of you who are short on cash.

I will be recommending this for my brother-in-law as he’s a singer in a band and likes to record vocals.

Black Microphone Cufflinks in Gift Box from Amazon for £10.99

Black microphone cufflinks make an excellent Christmas gifts for singers and musicians. My brother-in-law would probably wear these when dressed in a smart shirt and teaching the piano. These cufflinks are unique and made for musicians and singers to wear.

I’m looking for bands and individual artists to feature on Digital Classic in the New Year.

If you sing or play in a band and would like to feature on Digital Classic, please let us know. Tell us about a gift you have received or purchased? Comment down below, email admin@digitalclassic.co.uk  or send a tweet to @DigitalClassic.

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