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Strymon Holiday Sounds

Happy Holidays! Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah!

We wish you all a safe, fun holiday filled with inspiration and creativity.

To help you get in the holiday mood, here are some festive tunes that Strymon customers have shared with us — we think you will enjoy them too! So go start a fire (in the fireplace), grab a warm drink, get a warm blanket, find a loved one or a furry friend to cuddle with, and enjoy!

Jamison Hollister’s slide guitar sings brightly on his upbeat version of “Oh, Holy Night.” (twitter > @JamHollister)

This is a beautiful, soothing, ambient version of “Carol of the Bells” by Nathan Shafer. (twitter > @echoechoguy)

We couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share this version of “O Holy Night,” too. Leah McFall, BeatFox and Rick Ahir create a simple, but emotional version. (twitter > @leahmcfallmusic, @BeatFoxUK, @richahir)

Chords of Orion often does “re-imaging” of songs that are always a wonderful listen. Here, he re-imagines “In the Bleak Midwinter.” (twitter > @chordsoforion)

Len Paterson captures many Christmas carols in his Holiday Season Medley. (google+ > +acornsonata)

And now it’s your turn. And if you need a little inspiration, Chris Buono provides a guitar lesson on how to play “Christmas Time is Here.” (twitter > @ChrisBuono)

We hope these songs inspire you to post your own, whether it’s an original or a holiday rendition.  And we encourage you to share with us by using #Strymon.

And, in the spirit of giving, here are a few bonus songs!

This one is not featuring a Strymon customer, but instead our very own Marketing nerd, @StateShirt. Enjoy 🙂

We wish you all a lovely, safe, warm holiday season!

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