You love music and you’ve found that special person who makes your heart sing! Read on to see some amazing rings for musicians that perfectly represent your love AND personality.
In these designs, a real guitar string is incorporated into the band. You can supply your own string or use any of our in stock options that come in a variety of colors, including yellow, white and rose finishes.
Opt for a simple style featuring your guitar string paired with a beautiful wood such as Bolivian rosewood.
Or, go with an authentic meteorite ring for YOUR rock star.
Add a pop of color with an exotic box elder burl wood guitar string ring. Our wood options include purple, blue, green, red and other colorful burl woods.
There are so many woods used in the creation of instruments. Each has its own unique look, but more importantly, each has its own unique acoustical properties that significantly impact sound.
In the late 60s, Fender crafted several instruments using hand-selected rosewood. These were made in short supply and are now highly sought after by collectors. It’s reported that Jimi Hendrix had one of the first Rosewood Stratocaster guitars. In 1969, George Harrison played a Rosewood Telecaster while recording Let It Be during the famous Apple Records rooftop concert.
For the rock and roll couple, these wedding ring sets both have coordinating inlays of rosewood.Text
This custom ring set features a black diamond as the solitaire stone instead of the blue topaz used in the original rosewood engagement ring design. This is a great representation of how all of our designs can be changed to better fit your style and personality! The tungsten rosewood wedding band shown can also be created in other metal options.
Made somewhat famous by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder in their number one single “Ebony and Ivory,” this durable hardwood was historically used for pianos and is still commonly used in contemporary instrument components, including fret boards and tailpieces on stringed instruments. With the exception of higher end piano models, ebony wood is rarely used for sharp and flat keys; plastic is used as an alternative as it is easy to mold, affordable and durable.
This unique, custom ring design features ebony wood, white enamel to represent the ivory and a customer-supplied piano string.
Maple is a very popular wood used in the creation of a variety of contemporary instruments. It’s commonly used for the backs and sides of violins. Most of Fender’s electric guitars are crafted with maple necks because it is one of the most stable tonewoods. Piano frames are usually made of maple. Lastly, it is by far one of the most typical hardwood used for high quality snare shells.
This wedding band design takes things to a whole other level with its use of wood AND its handcrafted design that closely resembles a drum shell. We can also create this design using black stardust or a variety of other enamel colors.
Our free laser text engraving add-on is the perfect way to make your wedding ring EVEN more special. As long as your ring design of choice has a metal sleeve (e.g. wood sleeve rings can’t be engraved), you can add a personal message, special sentiment or favorite song lyric (25 characters is our limit). Here are a few lyrics to get you started.
All of me loves all of u
Thank you for loving me
You’re still the one
And there you were
I’m so in love with you
Here’s to us
I’ll follow you down
Thick and thin
I know you are the reason
U give me a reason 2 love
It couldn’t be any better
You’re the inspiration
Check out our past blog post Wedding Ring Engraving Ideas for even more inspiration.
We hope that we’ve helped you discover new and ways to incorporate your love of music into your wedding jewelry. If you’d like assistance creating your dream rings, contact our designers or use our online appointment scheduler to book an in-person consultation at our design center.
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