There are a lot of things to consider when buying a used band instrument like a flute, clarinet , trumpet, trombone , or saxophone from someone other than a retail music store. While private sales may be a way to get a really good price on a band instrument, they are not always the cheapest way to go. There are pros and cons to purchasing instruments from both retailers and from private individuals and each of these will be discussed in this article.
In general, buying a used musical instrument should be a happy, proud time in a family's life. Spending a few extra dollars at the beginning of a students musical career can pay back large dividends later. Whether you buy a used musical instrument from a local retailer or from a private party, remember the purpose you are buying it for, to start your student down the road toward musical excellence.
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We are a small church located in festac town in Lagos State Nigeria.We are in need of used musical equipment for our outreach programmes.<br /> Kindly send to us your valid quotation of what you have.<br /> Thank you very much<br /> Yours Faithfully<br /> House Of Light Redemption Christian Church.