It’s the time of the year again when people cram to shop for gift items. Many might have received their 13th month pay around this time and there’s just too many sale announcements that you just can’t resist.
Plan your shopping schedule ahead of time to avoid cramming. List down the items that you plan to purchase and their intended recipients. For a music lover friend or the one who plays the guitar well, you can choose guitar pickups at musicians friend for color and brand variation. You can also check how many strings on a guitar. And, never never shop when you are hungry for this might cause impulse shopping.
I don’t know of a particular group that needs second-hand musical instruments at the moment. But the old guitars, drums, or clarinet that has been sitting in the corner of your house can make a big difference to musically-inclined children. They can use those instruments to enhance their talent to perform or join future contests. You can ask the church you are affiliated to or schools in your area that may need these musical instruments. If you have extra funds to spare you can check some local music stores for discounted musical instruments. You (future donor) will definitely make a lot of children and adult happy for the gift.