Ukulele Player Gifts
Ukuleles are enjoying popularity in big numbers as more and more people embrace the tiny stringed instrument. We have several ideas for ukulele player gifts, perfect for anyone who plays or enjoys the traditional sound of the Hawaiian Islands. Choose from dashboard hula dolls, T-shirts, colorful buttons, professional business cards, throw pillows, and more unique ukulele gifts.
Blue Hawaii (1961)
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Dashboard Hula Dolls
Ukulele gifts don’t get more fun than the traditional hula girl dashboard doll. Each doll measures 7 inches tall and is made of durable polyresin. No matter which color skirt you choose, your hula girl makes a great driving companion and conversation starter. Sticky adhesive on the bottom of the base keeps the doll in place.
T-shirts are always a favorite with musicians. Choose from ukulele themed shirts in dozens of color and style options for the entire family. Click on any design to see what’s available.
Ukulele Business Cards
High quality professionally printed business cards are available in sets of 100 on your choice of eight types of premium card stock. The printed information can be easily customized for any ukulele player or instructor. Classic business cards measure 2 by 3.5 inches. Skinny and chubby profile cards are also available for some styles. Click on any design to see more options.
Ukulele Throw Pillows
Colorful ukulele throw pillows are available in several style and size options. These 100% polyester pillows are soft and wrinkle free, for years of use and enjoyment in the home or music studio. They’re machine washable and Made in the USA.
Here’s an inexpensive idea for ukulele player gifts. Colorful buttons are printed on 100% recycled paper and covered with scratch and UV-resistant Mylar. Both round and square options are available for most buttons. Click on any design to see the choices. With some designs you can also change the background color for a customized button gift.
What is a Ukulele?
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Performed by Jake Shimabukuro
Honolulu-born Jake Shimabukuro has been playing the ukulele since he was four years old. This song was written by George Harrison, and first recorded by the Beatles in 1968.
Bill Gates recently picked up the ukulele. And Warren Buffett is a huge ukulele fan. I even got to strum a few chords with Francis Ford Coppola. It blows my mind that these people, who have everything in the world they could want, have picked up the ukulele and found a little bit of joy.