Rock Paper Photo
Bob Marley
© Ian Dickson
There’s something magical about a photograph of a rock star caught in the moment of what they do best — like Bob Marley’s legendary energetic shows. There’s also something about candid rocker photos. Rock Paper Photo likely has the most comprehensive online collection of both. Images for sale include family photos of John Lennon taken by his former assistant and girlfriend, May Pang; images of the Beatles at The Ed Sullivan Show from the AP Collection; shots of Jimi Hendrix playing the guitar with his mouth by revered Henry Grossman; and images from Nirvana’s Nevermind album cover shoot by Kirk Weddie. Now you can own a hand-signed shot by some of the best in the business, photogs whose images are just as iconic as the subjects themselves.

Fretlight Guitars
The Fretlight Guitar lets you play like your favorite guitar hero thanks to a fretboard that lights up in sync with a video showing where to put your fingers. Choose from several colors and styles based on Fender model guitars.

Eco Terra Boombox
Having a portable stereo system is key for enjoying the summer, and having one that’s water friendly when you’re poolside or hitting the beach is extra important. That’s where the Eco Terra Boombox comes into play. In addition to being 100 percent waterproof, the sound system works with smartphones and MP3 players to create a wave of sound perfect for fun in the sun. Plus, it floats.

Original Artist Bracelets
Wear Your Music allows you to do exactly that. The nonprofit handcrafts Original Artist Bracelets from guitar strings donated by some of the biggest names in music. A quick flip through the nonprofit’s virtual catalog reveals an A-list that includes everyone from Clapton to Motley Crüe’s Mick Mars. Proceeds benefit a charity of the artist’s choosing.

Born and Raised, John Mayer
John Mayer
You might not be able to catch a performance by the Grammy Award-winning singer and guitarist anytime soon, due to his vocal troubles, but Mayer’s new disc gives fans something to listen to while he recuperates. David Crosby and Graham Nash provide vocals on the title track, and session drummer Jim Keltner keeps the beat on “Something Like Olivia.”

Dantzig Guitar
Jol Dantzig started building guitars in the 1960s and, over the years, provided iconic axes for clients such as Sting, John Lennon, Keith Richards, and George Harrison. In 2010, he returned to the industry and launched Dantzig Guitar Design. Currently, he’s creating guitars around certain themes such as scenes from Jack Kerouac novels. Though his guitars go for $20,000 to $50,000-plus, keep in mind you’re buying more than just a guitar — you’re buying a one-of-a-kind work of art.