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Tips for Choosing a Music Dealer
The following are some tips to help you choose a music dealer:

Tip #1: Inspect the Inventory
Of course, the first thing you should check when looking into music dealers is what they have in their warehouses. After all, if you are a drummer it does not do you any good to frequent a store that carries mostly guitars. It is also a great idea to work with a shop that carries accessories, sheet music, and other important extras. You should make sure the shop’s instruments are professionally displayed and are obviously in good condition. A store filled with instruments that are just propped against the wall and have broken strings and other parts is definitely a red flag.

Tip #2: Examine the Dealer’s Expertise
Do not expect a music dealer to be the expert on every single kind of instrument, but that person should at least have working knowledge of the instruments that the store carries. You do not want to rely on a dealer who does not know the difference between a clarinet and an oboe.

Tip #3: Get the Sale Details
You should always know what the shop’s return policies and guarantees are. Do not be surprised by limited warranties, though, especially if you are buying a used instrument. This detail is especially important if you happen to select an online music dealer. Whenever possible, try out your potential purchase for at least a few minutes before completing the transaction.

Tip #4: Think About the Future
All instruments will need periodic maintenance. Try to choose a music dealer that offers instrument repairs. You will spend less time and money this way because you will not have to ship your instrument off somewhere to be fixed. Also, check on the store’s trade in policy. A lot of people begin with an inexpensive musical instrument and then move on to a higher quality one. Trade ins are a great way to save money on a new instrument, especially since many dealers will give you more for a store credit than they would for a regular resell.

 
 
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Song Wizard Records
1632 Laurel Street, South Pasadena, CA 91030
At Song Wizard Records in South Pasadena, CA, we write and produce happy children music, and we also release our exclusive selection of CDs and DVDs for the kids entertainment market.At Song Wizard Re
(626) 460-1679
Take Sessions
10880 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1110, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Learn to play any instrument and how to dj or produce a track. Give us a call and we will set you up with a personal instructor for an in-home orr an in-studio lesson.
(424) 278-4961
Hollywood Piano Company
1033 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505
Reliable Music Dealers serving all of Los Angeles. Dependable Music Dealers located in the Los Angeles area.
(818) 954-8500
Imperial Craft
10920 Garfield Ave, South Gate, CA 90280
(562) 923-2349
Discoteca Morelia
3715 Gage Ave, Bell Gardens, CA 90201
(323) 582-8272
mariachi 2000 Mendez
3033 Ganahl St, Los Angeles, CA 90063
(323) 333-2449
Bbm
955 S Alvarado St, Los Angeles, CA 90006
(213) 383-1726
Sebastian's Music
4100 E Cesar E Chavez Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90063
(323) 268-0871
Sounds of Music
7922 Rosecrans Ave Ste S, Paramount, CA 90723
(562) 633-3727
Acoustic Accessories Inc
1200 Kona Dr, Compton, CA 90220
(310) 761-8688
Santamaria Records & Tapes
2787 E Del Amo Blvd, Compton, CA 90221
(310) 639-2929
Discoteca Surtida
12914 S Atlantic Ave, Compton, CA 90221
(310) 639-1712
Downey Music Center
8323 Firestone Blvd, Downey, CA 90241
(562) 869-4485
Dark Realm Records
8210 Firestone Blvd, Downey, CA 90241
(562) 923-2599
Music Man Murray
5055 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016
(323) 734-9146


If you own a music store that sells instruments and other supplies to musicians and students, then you will need to find a music equipment distributor that can give you access to all of the instruments and accessories that you need. You can find many musical instruments distributors in the directory and on the Internet. With so many options to choose from, you might not know which one is best for your store. By following these guidelines, you should be able to choose one that fits your shop's needs. When you first contact the dealers, ask them how long they have been in business. You will want to choose one with several years of experience because they usually have access to more microphones, headphones, pick sets, stands, tuners for keeping equipment in tune, basses, drummers, composition paper for writing a song's melody and harmony, and wind and string instruments that have the sounds you want. Ask the dealer if they have an online catalog that show s all of the supplies that they have in stock. During certain times of the year, such as around the holidays or when school is starting, you might want to have a sale on some items. In order to have a sale and still make a profit, you need to find a distributor with low prices. Ask them to give you written price quotes for the products and services that you need so that you can compare them and decide which ones match your shops budget.
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