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How Do I Get My Instrument Repaired?

Sending an instrument into Paige’s Music for repair is a very easy process. Here’s what you need to do:

Beginning Student Instrument Testing

One of the many services we provide here at Paige’s is instrument testing for incoming band and orchestra students! We strive to offer a comprehensive and educational trial experience to assist entry-level students in the instrument selection process. We have added some additional guidelines to our in-store instrument testing services to keep both our employees and customers safe.

All in-store testing is by appointment only. Each student may select up to three instruments to test. Only two guests will be allowed into the testing room at a time. Hand sanitizer and face masks will be provided to customers upon arrival. Sales associates will be wearing face masks and gloves before and during testing. All Paige’s Music employees receive a health screening each day when arriving to work.

If you would like to bring your beginning-level student in to try out instruments, please schedule an appointment with one of our highly trained sales associates.

If you have any questions or concerns prior to your instrument testing appointment, please email our Director of Retail Sales, Chelsea Whittington at cwhittington@paigesmusic.com.

We look forward to continuing to serve you!

What Did You Learn From Being In Band Or Orchestra?

We share “Music Truths” a couple of times a week that focus on all of the benefits that students gain from participating in school music. This time on our student spotlight, the students of the SYO share a few things that they’ve learned along the way that will benefit them in the future.

How Do I Get My Instrument Repaired? – FAQ

Sending an instrument into Paige’s Music for repair is a very easy process. Here’s what you need to do:

How to Ease back into Playing After Summer Break

I speak from experience when I say that playing after a long break is tough! If you haven’t picked your instrument up in a few weeks, it can be really difficult to play! Everything feels alien—your chops swell up, you get exhausted after a few notes, you lose your range, and etc. I get it, I get it—hanging out at the pool with your friends is more fun than playing concert F for 30 minutes a day. Here are a few tips to ease you back into playing after summer break: