It is that time of year again. We are all getting into the swing of another school year. Getting new supplies, meeting new friends, and adjusting to a new schedule. It is also a great time to upgrade to a new instrument! There are many advantages to upgrading your student’s instrument. In many cases, it will be easier to play, it will make a better sound, and it will give your student the excitement to keep progressing on their musical journey.
Now through the end of September we will be having our Back To School promotion! It is easy to do; you just give us your horn, fill out a new agreement, and leave with an upgrade! The best part of it is that you can leave your wallet at home. If you upgrade this by the end of September you will be able to walk out of the store with no money down!
If you have any questions, feel free to call our sales department at 1-800-382-1099.
CA glue is an ingenious product for certain applications. It is commonly called Super Glue or Krazy Glue, among other labels. For orchestral or any musical instrument, it is dangerous and strictly taboo. A recent violin repair came in with bridge problems. The bridge was “loose” and had been superglued to the top. The result was a poor bond that failed and left a hard mess on the bridge and the violin finish. The bridge had to be replaced. Before this could be done, the CA glue on the finish needed to be removed. This is a tediously complicated and expensive task that is nearly impossible to accomplish without damage to the finish.
The bridge is meant to be held in place with string pressure and must not be glued to the top. CA glue, used anywhere on instruments will cause damage that is nearly always permanent, and is unnecessary. Please never, ever use CA glue on your instrument.
We also have band instruments come in quite often that have been super glued back together. Never a good idea! Super glue will never hold a post on or fix a tuning slide that has come apart. They must be soldered back together. Super glue is dangerous to remove and will also damage the finish on the instrument. Again, please never, ever use super glue on your instrument.
The technicians at Paige’s Music are here to help you solve playing condition problems professionally, enhancing the sound of your instrument and playing. Bring it to us. We are happy to help!