It may be tempting to buy an iTunes gift card for the music lover in your life, but we know you can do better than that. Whether you're shopping for a future Adele, a music snob with obscure tastes (also see our hipster gift guide), or your little brother who loves to sing (badly) in the shower, our gift guide has you covered. Click through the slideshow below for headphones that will never tangle, DIY guitar picks, music-inspired jewelry and more.

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  • Zipbuds

    The cords on these innovative earbuds zip together, so they'll never get tangled. Can you say time saver? Choose from four colors. <a href="">($19.99, Zipbuds)</a>

  • Sweet Beats Necklace

    Music and fashion go hand in hand. This vintage radio pendant is the perfect accessory for a musician's first gig! <a href="">($18.99, ModCloth)</a>

  • An Upgraded Spotify Account

    Upgrade their listening experience with a paid Spotify account. For $4.99/month, Spotify Unlimited gets rid of ads and time limits. For $9.99/month, Spotify Premium does that plus offline listening, exclusive content, mobile access, and increased sound quality. <a href="">($4.99 - $9.99/month, Spotify)</a>

  • Sheet Music

    Give the gift of sheet music... then enjoy the performance! The sheet music for Adele's <em>21</em> is a best-seller at Sheet Music Plus and is the perfect choice for an aspiring singer-songwriter. <a href="">($14.99, Sheet Music Plus)</a>

  • iPod Shuffle

    For music on the go, the iPod Shuffle is the cutest option on the market. With room for hundreds of songs, 15 hours of battery life, eight bright colors, and a wearable clip, the Shuffle is a no-brainer. <a href="">($49, Apple)</a>

  • Concert DVD

    If concert tickets are too pricey, recreate the experience -- maybe even in 3D! -- with a concert DVD, like One Direction's <em>Up All Night -- The Live Tour</em>. <a href="">($14.99, Amazon)</a>

  • UrbanEars

    We don't blame you for hesitating to fork over major bucks for headphones, but with their bright style and impressive sound quality, UrbanEars are worth the extra cost. Choose from <a href="">13 colors</a>. <a href="">($59, Urban Outfitters)</a>

  • Harmonica

    Some instruments take years of practice to learn, but the harmonica isn't one of them. This version's retro case and cleaning cloth make a sweet stocking stuffer. <a href="">($10, Fred Flare)</a>

  • Pick Punch

    Lost pick? No problem. DIY a new pick from expired credit cards or plastic packaging with a Pick Punch and keep on strumming. <a href="">($24.99, ThinkGeek)</a>

  • Record Player

    For your friend who filters every Instagram photo to look like it was taken in 1970 and dresses exclusively in vintage, give them the ultimate retro gift: a record player. Their vinyl collection will thank you. <a href="">($64.99, Fred Flare)</a>

  • Concert Tickets

    2013 is packed with incredible world tours, including Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepsen, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran, and Rihanna. Search for tickets now before the prices go up!