Jingle bells, we will tell, Sam Ash has a wide array. Gear for all, large and small, to rock your musician’s holiday. Hey! It’s a swell time to get started on your holiday gift list, so why not try something different this year? Besides bells and other instruments, we have a whole slew of accessory and novelty items that any musician or music lover will be enamored with. Here are a handful of Sam Ash picks for gifts that rock:


Zildjian 13″ Cymbal Clock

Jingle bell rock around the Zildjian Cymbal Clock! This 13″ diameter clock will keep tempo (and of course time) for any drummer, percussionist, or music enthusiast. Matching the aesthetics of a real Zildjian cymbal with the Zildjian logo in large traditional font and matching black hour and minute hands, this clock will add a fun flair to any practice space, home, recording studio, or office. It runs off of two easily replaceable AA batteries so you can hang it just about anywhere.




Marshall 3.2 Medium Capacity Bar Fridge

Every musician has to take a break to drink and eat, so why not amp things up a little? Replicated with black fret cloth, white piping, control knobs, a power switch, standby switch, two instrument inputs, a brass finished face-plate, and two white Marshall logos, this stylish Marshall Fridge is designed with the outer casing look of a real Marshall amp. The fridge also features adjustable temperature, seven Arctic blue LED cluster lights, removable trays, and increased tray space in the door. Fill it with your seasonal stock of cranberry sauce, apple pie, and eggnog, or just about any food or beverage. We also carry the Marshall 4.4 High Capacity Bar Fridge for Marshall fans who prefer more space.



Taylor Guitars 24″ Brown Bar Stool

Practicing and performing guitarists can always use a comfortable seat while they play. Taylor’s Brown Bar Stool features a padded swivel seat capped by a marbled brown matte cover, Taylor logo, and vinyl finish. It’s 24 inches high, has an integrated foot ring for enhanced comfort, and is easy to assemble. Use it on stage, in the studio, or to furnish your kitchen island, basement bar, music-themed room, or restaurant. Its metallic legs and earthy tone will blend in with just about any room’s color scheme.


Gator Frameworks Combination Seat and Single Guitar Stand

If your guitarist prefers back support, the Gator Frameworks Combination Stand will bring them jollity. With the ability to handle up to 300 lbs of weight, this seat has soft support and a thickly padded cushion, as well as a removable backrest. It has a built-in guitar stand that folds up when not in use, and the entire stand neatly collapses for easy transportation and storage. Removable bright red safety rings for the rubber non-slip feet are also included to deter tripping at dark venues.


Aim Music Keyboard Scarf

It can certainly get cold this time of year! Warm the heart of your family member, friend, or music teacher with the Aim Music Keyboard Scarf. Made of heavy-duty fabric with a woven keyboard design and stylish fringes, this scarf will certainly come in handy during blustery fall winds and frigid winter storms. It even serves well as a fun, musical accent piece to wear to spring and summer indoor concerts, events, and more.

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Tiffany Williams started her musical journey at the age of 7 when she learned to play the keyboard. By the 6th grade the viola became her passion, and she played in her middle and high school string and symphonic orchestras, pit orchestra, and Chamber Ensemble. She has participated in multiple music events and festivals including Music in the Parks and NYSSMA (levels 5/6), and was inducted into the Tri-M Music Honor Society. In college she played in the string orchestra and was selected to play in the Binghamton Symphonic Orchestra. As a member of the Binghamton Explorchestra she played, conducted, and had the opportunity to showcase two of her own compositions. Pursuing her musical endeavors, she challenges herself to learning other instruments, and has composed 14 songs which are now copyrighted in the U.S. Library of Congress. She continues to play and compose and is delighted to be a part of the Sam Ash team.