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Musical Instrument Rental Terms to Know

Numerous children and adults rent musical instruments like bass guitars, piano equipment, and electric keyboards all the time. While some people simply want to learn how to play these instruments, others are in school orchestras or bands. Often musical instrument rental shops offer insurance plans as well, which covers any maintenance and repairs to the piano keyboard, brass or woodwind piece. In order to become better acquainted with musical instruments and the rental process, review the helpful definitions listed below.

  • Alto Sax – This is part of the saxophone family, but is smaller than the tenor saxophone, and larger than the soprano sax. Its is a woodwind instrument, and is used in many classical compositions.
  • Dead Blow Slide Hammer – A versatile tool that is often used in the repair of saxophones. This unique tools is inserted into the instrument in order to remove any dents, and also helps remedy stuck tuning slides.
  • Instrument Reed – This is a flexible piece of metal or cane that is placed in the mouthpiece of a saxophone or clarinet. This way when air is blown into the instrument, a tone of vibration is created. Reeds have to be replaced regularly.
  • Pad Saver – These are long, narrow cleaning instruments for flutes and saxophones. They have a soft and absorbent fiber that brushes along the interior of the instrument in order to collect dust, moisture, and debris, which helps maintain the pads.
  • Guitar Pickup – Commonly seen on bass and electric guitars, these are devices that capture mechanical vibrations when the instrument is played. The vibrations are converted to an electrical signal that is amplified.
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    Jasons Music Center
    8149 Ritchie Hwy Ste B, Pasadena, MD 21122
    Our music center specializes in used pianos, guitars, amps and band and orchestra equipment. Whether you need repair or a quality instrument to rent or own, get in touch with us today.
    (410) 647-3442
    Salvage
    9532 Rhode Island Avenue, College Park, MD 20740
    We repair and service electric and acoustic guitars and basses. Seasonal adjustments,setups are always welcome.We also buy, sell and trade used and vintage guitars, amps, drums. Call today at 301-741-
    (301) 741-2023
    Crown Pawnbrokers
    1726 14th St Nw, Washington, DC 20009
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    (202) 332-2522
     
    User Review: "They have everything from musical instruments to jewelry, electronics to tools." - jess (MD)
    Brass On Ivory Music
    117 Mayo Rd Ste B, Edgewater, MD 21037
    (410) 956-2256
    Music and Arts Centers
    560 Ritchie Hwy Ste B, Severna Park, MD 21146
    (410) 315-7614
    S and S Music Inc
    2421 Crofton Ln, Crofton, MD 21114
    (410) 451-2160
    Music & Arts
    3811 Evergreen Pkwy, Bowie, MD 20716
    (301) 262-5950
    Paul Reed Smith Guitars
    107 Log Canoe Cir, Stevensville, MD 21666
    (410) 643-9887
    Paul Reed Smith Guitars
    380 Log Canoe Cir, Stevensville, MD 21666
    (410) 643-9985
    Lasley Marimba Company
    3304 Barcroft Dr, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
    (301) 327-8512
    Rosso Henry
    5712 Ritchie Hwy, Brooklyn, MD 21225
    (410) 789-3330
    Kirkpatrick Guitar Studio
    4607 Maple Ave, Halethorpe, MD 21227
    (410) 242-2744
    Dundalk Music
    15 Center Pl, Dundalk, MD 21222
    (410) 284-3786
    Tone King Amplifier
    4401 Eastern Ave Ste 38, Baltimore, MD 21224
    (410) 327-6530
    Drums Unlimited
    9517 Baltimore Ave, College Park, MD 20740
    (301) 982-3428


    Musical instruments are great outlets to express creativity and individuality. Music has been known to reduce stress levels and decrease anxiety, so it's no wonder so many people, young and old, choose to play a musical instrument. However, many musical instruments are expensive for the initial purchase, plus lessons also cost a great deal. So if you're not sure you or your child will enjoy a particular instrument, you may consider renting one first before shelling out lots of cash for such an investment. Sometimes, people requiring one-time use of an instrument, such as a piano, will rent one for an evening. This comes in handy for events like weddings, corporate affairs, and other parties. For these services, consumers can head to a musical instruments dealer. Such dealers typically sell or rent musical instruments, such as guitars, keyboards, drums, woodwinds, and brass instruments. They may also sell or rent related accessories like microphones, audio recording equipment, and percussion and string pieces. Any instrument or accessory dedicated to the art of music is usually for rent at such stores. Each store is different in terms of rental contracts, whether you need a piano for the day or a bass guitar for a week. In addition to sales, musical instrument dealers may also offer repair services and lessons. One store may specialize in DJ mixing equipment, while another may feature all the pieces for an orchestra or band. Renting musical instruments is a great way to practice an instrument, such as keyboard, bass guitar, or drums. It also comes in handy if you need some extra equipment for a stage show rehearsal. Consumers can head to their local musical instrument dealer to learn more about rentals and what they entail. The internet offers lots of good resources as well.
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