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Paige’s Music Premier Rental Program

Paige's Music Premier Rental Program

Our premier rental program is just that: an affordable and risk-free way to experience the finest instruments in the world. Whether you are looking for an instrument that is a step-up from what you have to worldwide renowned instruments played in the finest bands and orchestras. Paige’s Music provides a wide assortment of options at great prices.

Spring Into Savings on Professional-Level Instruments

 

If you’ve been waiting to graduate to a professional-level instrument, now is a great time! From April 1 through June 30, 2017, most of our professional-level instruments will qualify for a rebate!


graduate-to-yamaha-paiges-musicYamaha is offering a $100 rebate for the rental or purchase of a new professional-level instrument (600-level or above, 500-level or above for flutes). We currently carry flutes, clarinets, alto saxophones, tenor saxophones, trumpets, French horns, trombones, and euphoniums that are available for rent AND qualify for this special rebate!


Conn-Selmer is offering a $100 rebate on all new professional American-made trumpets, cornets, flugelhorns, trombones, or French horn from C.G. Conn. Vincent Bach, King, and Holton. Many of these instruments are available on our rent-to-own program!

If you have any questions, please call your sales associate at 1.800.382.1099 or email us at sales@paigesmusic.com.

Student vs. Intermediate vs. Pro – Which Option Is Best For Me?

At Paige’s Music, we carry many instrument options. Most instruments fall under a broad category of “student”, “intermediate”, or “professional”.
Student-level instruments designed to be easy to play and easy to hold in the hands of beginning students. Student-level instruments are generally very budget friendly as it is difficult to have clear goals or commitment when your student is just beginning their music education.
Intermediate instruments provide a stepping-stone between student and professional-instruments. Intermediate instruments generally bring several features and design cues from professional instruments down to a more affordable level.
Professional instruments have the highest quality sound and ultimate-expressiveness, the two features essential to professional performance. These instruments are designed to be the very best instrument they can be and are constructed with the highest quality materials and the highest-level artisanship by the most experienced craftsman. These instruments often have advanced features that are only available at the professional level.

Paige’s Music – Music Madness Sale – March 16-18, 2017

 

Shoot and Save

For the past few years we’ve held an event that not only saves you money on great instruments and supplies, but it’s also a lot of fun! We call it our Music Madness Sale and it happens in coordination with the college basketball tournament that begins about this same time.

From March 16th through the 18th you’ll be able to come in to the store for some great savings. You’ll receive a scratch-off game “ticket”. Scratch off your ticket to reveal your discount. Then, if you’d like, shoot a basketball to possibly double your savings! Each family gets a warm-up shot, and then you let the real thing fly. The savings range from 5% – 20% off of our already low prices. If you’re in the market for an instrument, now’s the time to come in to scratch, shoot and save!

FAQ: How Do I Know If I Need To Upgrade My Instrument?

 

At Paige’s Music, we offer a wide variety of instruments that are substantial upgrades or step-ups to the standard student level instruments most musicians start with. How do you know you need a higher quality instrument? Here are a few questions to ask:

How is my instrument holding me back? For example, you are at a point where you have mastered the C major scale and can play it in consistent 16th notes at 120 beats per minute. Despite your great technique, no matter how much you clean and oil your valves, they just do not move as fast as you need them to move and it becomes very difficult to make each note speak clearly. When you come to this conclusion, it is time to try a more advanced trumpet with lighter, faster valves.