Whether a beginner or expert guitar player, any strumming musicians will get a thrill out of the Jamstiks, a novel new product that works with Apple devices.
It's a portable, wireless gadget that mimics the look and feel of guitar strings and threads that connects with your computer, tablet or iPhone to record the music you play.
The Jamstik's can be purchased through Apple or their website.
Prices start at 300 dollars.
One of the most talked about items to emerge at this year consumer electronic show is Sony's revamped high-end Walkman.
At a price tag of over a thousand dollars, this'd be a gift for a true audiophile.
When it's released later this season, you get a sleek device and enough storage for 17 hundred high resolution track.
Finally any music lover will appreciate a new pair of high quality head phones.
Senior editors say the Iotechnica ACHM50X is the best you can buy under $200.
The sound is excellent, they're comfortable, and they come with three cords for versatility.
In San Francisco, I'm Kara Supoy, CNet.com, for CBS News.
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