In this day and age, there's no end in sight to the ways you can show off your love for playing and listening to music. For proof, all you have to do is browse these pages of jewelry and watches. You'll discover everything from guitar pick wristbands and harmonica necklaces to cymbal-shaped pins, music clef earrings and even watches that display the logos of respected instrument brands. As every musician knows, playing music isn't a hobby so much as it is a way of life, and the jewelry and watches in this catalog are just another way to showcase your greatest passion.
For a perfect idea of what awaits you in this section, we'll suggest beginning your search with the top sellers, and you'll certainly find plenty of those. In fact, guitarists of all tastes and styles should check out the pick-holding pendants and wristbands from Pickbandz. Every strummer, plucker and shredder knows how easy it is to lose picks; no matter how many you own, they always seem to be hiding! Well, you can wave goodbye to those days with the Pickbandz Pick-Holding Pendant/Necklace or WristBand - two essential ways to keep your picks close at hand wherever you go.
Of course, not every accessory you wear needs to be useful from a practical standpoint. For those who just want to flaunt their dedication to a certain band or brand, there are many choices here as well. For one, there's the Fender King Baby Cassette Necklace: it's edgy, stylish and crafted from a durable antique silver alloy metal. Now for all you Rush fanatics, the C&D Visionary Rush Button Set is a must-have. Each button in this pack displays a famous Rush image or album cover, including notable favorites like the iconic self-titled debut and their influential breakthrough long-player "2112".
Whether you're a classical rock head case, a blues enthusiast or a DJ turntablist, this selection has something for everyone. Music-themed jewelry and watches not only make excellent conversation starters, but they're a great way to remind yourself that wherever life takes you, it'll only be a matter of time before you're back in the jam room or on stage doing what you love most.