Philip Graham produces old-school microphones by hand at his Portland company. The Edwina mic ($499) has a large diaphragm set in a head basket constructed from plumbing flanges and stainless-steel bolts. The head basket is attached to a pivoting bracket for easy positioning and rotation in order to manipulate the mic while you bust out some vocals. The mic can be used onstage or in a studio.
Deck wireless speaker
SOL Republic, solrepublic.com.
This Wilsonville company was founded in 2011 by Kevin Lee, Scott Hix and Seth Combs, who say they wish to "rid the world of hollow-sounding headphones." SOL Republic's deck wireless speaker ($199.99) features a 300-foot wireless range and "heist mode," a feature that allows five different mobile devices to connect to one deck, the only speaker that can do so. The wide wireless range is perfect for anyone who wants to DJ while also making it out to the dance floor.
Ken Altman Bow Maker, altmanbows.com.
White IKEA/Midcentury modern amp
The Portland-based company is unique in its craftsmanship: all materials are reclaimed and reused. This amp ($1,500) was built from an IKEA cabinet, hairpin legs, a recycled wood control panel and four guitar knobs. No two Hovercraft amps are alike in appearance or sound—guaranteed.
Brown leather guitar strap
McPherson Goods, etsy.com.
Atari Junk Console DIY kit
M-tone Guitars, m-tone.com.
Case of Bass, caseofbass.com.