Hark! Musical Must-Haves!

Published Wednesday, December 4, 2019
A Veritable Rainbow of Sounds!

Strike a Bright Note with These Items!

Music is magical. It builds bridges and fills in the gaps. It can command your attention or soothe a baby to sleep. It gets your toes tapping and lifts your spirits. Everyone loves music.

Whether you're wanting to encourage young talent or gather the family to sing a silly song, we've got ideas for you! Instruments and karaoke items top the list. But for those of you who just want to listen, we've got some unique speakers to stream your favorite playlist. Or podcast. Or audiobook. Or all of the above!

Play It!

A note about our selection of instruments:

Here at Happy Up, we know several ... ummm ... opinionated musicians. So our selection of musical items is extremely carefully curated.

In other words, Instrument Snob Approved.

Rock & Roll It Xylophone

Rock and Roll It Rainbow Xylophone

New for 2019: a rainbow of xylophone tones in a flexible, portable, format. And there's a set of bongo drums, too!

Rock & Roll It Instruments

Loog Guitars

Loog Guitars

Learn to play with these acoustic or electric guitars. They're specifically designed for little hands.

Amahi Ukuleles

Amahi Ukuleles

Our favorite beginner instrument!

Amahi Ukuleles

Sing Out!

Carpool Karaoke, The Mic

Carpool Karaoke, The Mic

Using an empty FM station on a digital radio, this mic makes karaoke craziness road trip ready!

Sing-Along Karaoke Mics

Sing Along Karaoke Mics

Pair via bluetooth to a device with a karaoke app for the full experience. Or use it by itself to fill the room with your voice!

Listen Up!

My Audio Pet

My Audio Pets Bluetooth Speakers

Meet the cutest little bluetooth speakers. That sound even better than they look!

Boom Box Couture

Boom Box Couture

Fashion forward boom boxes for a modern age!
(and it has a digital FM radio... So Carpool Karaoke, The Mic can rock the living room, too)

Boom Brick 2.0

Boom Brick 2.0

The easiest speaker for your devices! No cables, no bluetooth, no rigamarole, just amplified sound.