Hey Everyone! It’s Nicole here, your band instrument repair technician.
When it comes to instrument repair and maintenance, there are so many possibilities and pathways. If you didn’t know already, I wanted to inform you of what I think is one of the coolest parts of our repair facility; Free Estimates. Yeah, that’s right. If you drop your instrument off for us to look at, a repair quote is free!! That means you can gain knowledge of the problem, we can help find the best solution for you, and no hard commitments will have been made.
As an instrument owner and once a high school student, I know that money can be tight. That’s why I love that we offer free estimates. By taking your instrument in for an assessment, we can help you get an idea of what’s going on before it gets any worse. Once the quote has been placed, you have many options, and we, here at NCMC, want to figure out which is best for you and your instrument. So, if you feel your instrument needs to be cleaned, simply looking for an evaluation, or are in need of a repair, drop your instrument off and get a free repair estimate with us. We’re here to help, all you have to do is ask.
Hey there everyone!
I’m here to tell you that April 6th, at 11 am, you can join me at the store for an interactive demonstration on how to bathe your trumpet. We will go over how to properly disassemble your trumpet, what the bathing process should look like, and how to put it back together correctly.
Bathing your trumpet is a common and simple maintenance that can be done in your bathroom tub or sink. I hope to see many of you there. Here’s to trumpets!
Every time you change your guitar strings, metal is being added to a landfill. We’ve teamed up with D’Addario and their Play Back string recycling program to help our environment in an easy, friendly, and free way.
What is Play Back?
D’Addario’s Play Back recycling program is a free and easy way for you to recycle any brand of metal guitar strings. An estimated 1.5 million lbs of metal strings are put into a land fill every year, as they are not recycled through municipal recycling programs. All you have to do is bring any brand of old metal strings (guitar, mandolin, banjo; anything as long as it’s metal!) to the store and drop them in our drop box, located at the front desk. We take care of collection and shipping of the strings so you don’t have to. Any time, any metal strings, we have you covered.
No matter the brand, bring your metal strings in and help us keep landfills string free.