Be surprised how much your old one could be worth.

When purchasing a new instrument consider trading in your old one. Even very worn and battered instruments are worth something. If you don't need it for a spare, it can often be used as a trade-in. This way:

1. It helps you finance your new instrument.
2. It can be appreciated by someone else.
3. It can add to environmental efforts to save the mpingo shortage.

If you are uncertain whether to invest in necessary repairs for your old instrument or to purchase a new one check out our options! reed more

4. If you would like to trade it in against another woodwind instrument or upgrade to a better one, just give us a call.

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