Sure, your loved ones may be giddy to open a package and find, say, a new iPod, a Miley Cyrus poster, or maybe even some curtains decorated with musical notes. But for those who want something a bit more unusual, we've compiled a batch of music-related gifts...ranging from essential to downright quirky!
It only took 30-odd years for everyone to realize that well-cared for records sound far better than CDs or MP3s. With the vinyl revolution raging once again (at least as a hipster trend), don’t be left in the lurch. For those who want a stylish, affordable device but don’t want to give up CDs, MP3s, and even radio, the Crosley CR66 Rochester offers a belt-driven turntable with a diamond stylus needle; along with a programmable CD player, an AM/FM radio, an auxiliary input for MP3 players, and even a side-mounted cassette deck. The entertainment center is housed in a wood cabinet that looks like a radio from the 1930s. And there are auxiliary outputs in the rear portion of