Be it classical music, funky jazz, or bass, Clarinet players are known for their expressive playing style and dedication to their craft. We’ve compiled a list of the 10 best gifts for clarinet players with ideas as unique as that special clarinet player in your life to help you find the perfect present for them this year.
The best gifts for clarinet players vary according to their taste, the type of music they prefer, and their experience levels. Here are our top 10 gift ideas sure to please even the most notoriously detail-oriented musician in your life:
A tuner, metronome, and smartwatch all in one, the Soundbrenner Core is genuinely the all-rounder when it comes to the perfect present for any musician. Not only does this feature-packed digital metronome make jamming sessions more fun, but it also helps clarinet players tune their instruments better and improve rhythm and timing for band practices.
This programable pedal offers convenience even die-hard traditionalists can’t refuse! The STOMP Bluetooth-enabled foot switcher pedal pairs with almost all types of smart devices to let your clarinet player practice uninterrupted, keeping their hands free. Especially great for clarinet players that are part of a band or orchestra.
There’s little a clarinet enthusiast will appreciate more than a chance to learn from world-renowned instructors. Artist Works offers pre-recorded lessons with features such as multiple replays and video slow-down so players can learn and practice at their own pace. Featuring renowned Clarinet instructor Ricardo Morales from The Philadelphia Orchestra.
High-quality reeds make the best gifts for clarinet players. Vandoren has over a century of experience and offers multiple reed options for clarinet players. Additional bouns-this French reed brand is endorsed by clarinet super-star Victor Goines!
Bass or jazz? Regardless of the type of music your clarinet player prefers, neck pain should not be part of the package. Gift them this padded and adjustable neck strap to make jamming sessions easy on their arms and neck muscles.
Clarinet sound can sometimes be high-pitched, especially during beginner practice sessions. The Minuendo Lossless Earplugs have a discreet, compact design, and allow a volume range from 7 to 25 dB. Thanks to its unique membrane technology, the pair is comfortable even during more extended wear.
Easiest way of showing care for a musician? Gift them something that lets them care for their instrument! This all-inclusive kit is easy on your pocket and includes everything a musician needs to maintain and clean their clarinet.
Make your clarinet lover the voguish player in the band with this Protec Protection Clarinet Case. Build to last with metallic hardware and a foam-injected velvet-lined interior, it’s just as grand on the inside as on the outside.
This multi-pack of D’Addario mouthpiece patches is easy on your pocket and the clarinet’s mouthpiece for those extra-long band jamming sessions! Pair them with some Vandoren Clarinet cork grease for the perfect present.
If they love their clarinet, they probably love books just as much. This compilation of Classical Clarinet solos features some of history’s greatest composers, including Mozart, Bach, Pachelbel, Debussy, and Stamitz. This book of hard-to-find clarinet solo sheet music is sure to be a big hit with your favourite musician!
Thanks for reading our article on the top 10 best gifts for clarinet players! We at Soundbrenner are dedicated to helping musicians stay focused on what truly matters: their music. By creating innovative devices, such as Soundbrenner Pulse and Core, our goal is to deliver the best possible practice experience for musicians. Click here to find out more.
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