It is your love one’s birthday, and you want to show your gratitude by giving them the perfect gift. But you realize it is not as easy as it seems. The first thing to think about is: “What are their interests?” It could be sports. It could be art. Then you realized that they love music and they are interested in guitars. You now have the perfect gift to give. But the next question would be: “What kind of guitar will I give them? How do I look for one?”
It will certainly be hard. There are a variety of choices when it comes to picking guitars. They come in different shapes and sizes. What will be the perfect one that they will certainly love? Here some things to consider.
1. Do they prefer a genre?
There are two kinds of guitars for the most part – acoustic and electric. And yes, the genre and style they play is a factor. Acoustic guitars are great for a variety of musical styles like folk, rock, country, etc. If they are into unplugged styles of music, this will be the perfect choice for them. But they could also be into riffs and solos. They could like to experiment and be more versatile. They also may like to study and mimic their favorite guitarists. If that is the case, then the electric guitar will likely be your best choice.
2. Do they prefer a brand?
Most musicians do have their preferred brands. It could be because they are tried and tested and they’ve decided to stick with them. Their favorite guitarist has a great influence on their music preferences too. There are also cases where they are just loyal to a particular brand. Whatever it may be, keep this mind and it will be a lot easier to narrow down what you are looking for. But if there are some cases where they do not have a favorite brand or they are just simply an experimental person, try to ask around and look for recommendations and reviews.
3. Do they need accessories?
While looking for the perfect guitar why not add some accessories to it? Some are not that expensive to add on. Examples of this are the picks and a strap. Picks
Keep in mind that it’s the thought that counts. It is not just about spending a certain amount of money for their gift, but also giving them something simply because it is what your heart desires.