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Unique Gift Ideas for Music Lovers in Berkeley

No. 1
Warthog Ocarina
4 holes, made of high quality ceramic, beautifully glazed, 3-5" in circumference. Includes lanyard for easy portability. Makes a great gift!
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No. 2
4 Tone Train Whistle
Sounds surprisingly real (just not as loud)! Crafted of safe, natural pine, designed for ages 3 and up. Approximately 8 inches long, with four distinct sounding notes. Look out Thomas the Train!
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No. 3
Superior Soprano Uke
Superior Soprano Uke. All Hand Made in Berkeley, CA. Solid Koa Top, Back and Sides. Mahogany Neck. Rosewood Fingerboard. Bone Nut and Saddle.
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No. 4
Gold Tone Little Gem Banjo Ukulele
Combining everything that players love about the ukulele with the crisp sound of a banjo, the Recording King banjo ukulele (or Banjolele) is a unique instrument that you'll love. The maple neck and maple rim give it a bright tone with great projection, and the coordinator rod and 10 brackets are a nod to classic banjo-style construction. With nickel hardware, nylon strings, a 6-1/4" frosted banjo head and comely satin finish, you'll appreciate the attention to detail on this uncommon instrument. For players looking for something unique, the Madison Banjo Ukulele offers the size and playability of a traditional ukulele with classic banjo design elements. With bright tone and great projection, this instrument is every bit as fun as it looks.
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No. 5
MAGNETIC POETRY MUSIC LOVER
Dave Kapell, founder of Magnetic Poetry, was suffering from writer's block while trying to compose song lyrics. To overcome this problem, he wrote down interesting words on pieces of paper and rearranged them, looking for inspiration. What he hadn't figured into this experiment was his allergies. One good sneeze and any progress was sent flying across the room. Dave decided to glue the words to pieces of magnets and stick them to a pizza tin. Then he got hungry and the now magnetized words made their way to the refrigerator door. Before too long, Dave wasn't the only one rearranging his would-be song lyrics. When friends came over, Dave noticed they started to move the magnets around, amusing themselves by writing the first magnetic poems. From these beginnings, Magnetic Poetry® has now sold over three million word kits, over one billion word tiles--growing from the Original Kit to a kid's line of kits, to foreign language kits, to over 100 Themed kits.
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