Looking for a little inspiration for your presents this Christmas? Well look no further. If there’s one place you can trust to provide that magic touch to your gift giving, it’s the home of innovation and creativity – Abbey Road Studios.
For the musician in your life, take a trip to the Abbey Road Online Shop and pick out the perfect gift to get them rocking out and writing with our amazing line of music accessories.
Start with a notebook – the item that every musician needs but never gets around to buying for themselves. Our branded Abbey Road and Beatles stationery is the perfect stocking filler to help your musician scribble to their heart's content.
Check out our Electric Guitar First Aid Kit that includes everything your very own Clapton needs to stock up for a busy year of music making. With a stereo cable, guitar strap, tuner, capo, plectrums, a new set of strings and a selection of 25 killer riffs to learn & play (all held to our impeccable Abbey Road standards, of course) for just £20 you can make sure a lucky guitarist is never left stranded at practice again.
And for the closet percussionist who just can’t stop tapping, check out our PO 12 Rhythm Pocket Drum Machine – a miniature drum machine and sequencer that’s perfect for keeping musical hands busy. With a huge array of authentic, digital drum sounds, the PO 12 is far more than a music gadget; put in the right hands, this pocket drum machine is a serious instrument and makes a perfect gift for any producer looking to expand their studio setup.
And speaking of studios, how about our Studio 1, 2 & 3 signs? These Perspex replicas of the red lights found outside each studio at Abbey Road bear the message that everyone in the studio is familiar with and wouldn’t dare disobey – ‘Do not enter when red light is on’.
Be sure to look at our ‘Life on the Road’ bundle too! For just £45 you kit out a friend or loved with the full tour-ready package. Earplugs, Abbey Road Waveform T-shirt, Guitar Strap, Logo Wristbands and an Abbey Road Oyster Card Holder – what more could they possibly need to get gigging?