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Tips for Choosing a Musical Instrument Manufacturer
If you are in the market for wholesale musical instruments, you may be wondering which distributor is best for your needs. Use the following tips to help guide your decision making process:

Tip #1: Identify how you will use a musical instrument manufacturer.
Before you do anymore searching, sit down and identify exactly what you need from a musical instrument manufacturer. For example, if you are a school, you may need several different types of instruments at a competitive price. You may also be looking for training material or supplemental instructing equipment for classes or educators. In this instance, a manufacturer with a wide variety of products would meet your needs well. On the other hand, you may be a shop specializing in woodwinds or brass instruments. If this is the case, a specialty manufacturer would be ideal for your needs.

Tip #2: Look for customer reviews.
It is not always easy to get a good idea of an business' customer service reputation when you are opening a new account. When possible, find for the company's website online and look for either client testimonials or lists of high-profile clients. This can provide clues about the way this instrument manufacturing company does business.

Tip #3: Weigh quality over cost.
Instrument making artisans bemoan the shortcuts that modern musical instrument manufacturers take in producing product en masse. In other words, it is important to be aware of the tradeoffs you may be making when you buy an otherwise expensive instrument at a low cost. If you don't want to jeopardize quality, consider finding a manufacturer that also deals in quality used instruments, which may be both affordable and well made.

 
 
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Guitar Works
3335 W Cary St, Richmond, VA 23221
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(804) 358-0855
 
User Review: "Let me preface this by saying treated badly by one individual at guitar works, but he was enough for me to take my business..." - Frank (VA)
American Shotta
1346 Good Hope Rd Se, Washington, DC 20020
(202) 525-3438
Oren Music
11101 Baltimore Ave, Beltsville, MD 20705
(410) 792-2904
Atomic Music
10111 Bacon Dr Ste A, Beltsville, MD 20705
(301) 595-4190
Elliott Doug Mouthpieces
13619 Layhill Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20906
(301) 871-3535
Atomic Music
1308 E Gude Dr, Rockville, MD 20850
(301) 738-8733
Nova Strings
8548 Anniversary Cir, Gaithersburg, MD 20877
(240) 631-1955
Cembaloworks of Washington
18775 N Frederick Ave Ste Q, Gaithersburg, MD 20879
(301) 926-7119
Paul Reed Smith Guitars
107 Log Canoe Cir, Stevensville, MD 21666
(410) 643-9887
Cox James Luthier LTD
2410 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 366-0834
Conestoga String Shop
18 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516
(717) 872-2225
T G Inc
97 Brim Blvd, Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717) 262-0010
United Strings International LLC
1383 Arcadia Rd Rm 8, Lancaster, PA 17601
(717) 392-2848
Shank's String Instrument Repair
308 W High St, Elizabethtown, PA 17022
(717) 361-0511
Scogo Guitars
442 W 1st Ave, Parkesburg, PA 19365
(610) 857-0280


Musical instrument manufacturers produce string, brass, percussion, woodwind, and other types of instruments. They often make a variety of these musical instruments, so you might be able to purchase drums, horns, guitars, pianos, flutes, basses, violins, saxophones, trombones, clarinets, oboes, tubas, and amplifiers that can be used by marching bands, orchestras, and other performance groups. Before you decide to purchase musical instruments from a manufacturer, though, you will need to contact those that are listed in the online directory so you can get information that will help you decide which ones have the best products that you want at the lowest cost. First, you need to make sure that the manufacturer you choose produces percussion, string, brass, and woodwind instruments. You can do this by asking them to send you a catalog. If they have an online catalog, then you can browse the products that they have available immediately without having to wait for one to come through the mail. Since you are buying directly from the manufacturer, you need to make sure that the products you get will be reliable before you actually buy them. One good way to do this is to contact the manufacturer and ask them to give you references of other companies and institutions that buy from them. That way you can contact these other institutions to find out how reliable they think the company was for them. You should also ask them to give you written price quotes so you will know how much it will cost you.
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