In regards to modern entry-level instruments, especially those that we sell: within the last several years, the Chinese have revolutionized the string instrument market. Although there are many instruments with startlingly poor quality materials and workmanship flooding the marketplace (internet sales make up a large percentage of those) from China, Korea, Sri Lanka and Eastern Europe, some makers in those locales do produce instruments of good quality. We have found several suppliers for Chinese instruments that are made of exceptionally fine wood and by excellent craftsmen. Our new entry-level instruments fit into this category.
we do not have a rental program, we instead offer a wide
selection of high quality instruments for every level of
prices that reflect the least expensive side of market
customers first take instruments home with a Loan
Agreement; this is an
evaluatory period of ten days during which the player
finds whether the
instrument properly fulfills his or her expectations.
parents are strongly encouraged to confer with their
before finalizing the purchase. Upon approval, the
instrument is most
often purchased with our “three payment” plan. The
untaxed total is
divided into three equal payments, then the total tax is
added to the
first payment. Each payment is due one month after the
payment. If within the first six weeks of ownership, the
against the purchase, we will buy the instrument back
minus a $25 restocking fee. When purchasing another
instrument, you may
trade in your old instrument
bought from us for 65% of its purchase price.