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Quality musical instruments have the potential to endure for generations; they can used both for playing and as decoration inside the home. These instruments, though, often times need to be tuned, repaired, and properly maintained to retain their proper sound and appearance. This is usually a specialty trade, depending on the type of instrument. Music shops, band shops, and instrument stores typically have a craftsman that they refer work to, or that is actually employed. Instruments such as banjos, cellos, mandolins, and guitars are all string instruments, which may need such a simple adjustment as to be tuned up. However, if it is an electric guitar, or there is damage to the overall frame, not just the strings, a more skilled repair job may be required. Other instruments like vintage pianos, trumpets, and bass drums also required skilled repair smiths in order to fix them. The appearance of musical instruments in societies dates back over 40,000 years; the trade of repairing these different instruments dates back almost as far. Instruments can be divided into specific categories: wood, wind, string, acoustic, etc. These are the same categorizations that bands are divided into. Additionally, each type of instrument will have a differently designed accessory, like an amplifier, reed, guitar pick, and more. Depending on what part of the instrument is broken, some of these accessories can simply be replaced, which will be far cheaper than having the instrument disassembled and sent to a specialist. To find out more about this topic, or the trade of repairing, try researching online. You can also stop by the stores in your area for additional resources.
 
 
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Tulsa Violin Repair
3148 S. Toledo Ave., Tulsa, OK 74135
Certified Luthier for Violin-Viola-Cello-Bass, Violin Repairman Since 1996. Free estimates for work are available anytime. Repairs are scheduled according to the needs of the customer and work load.
(918) 747-8925
Scheer Bob Piano Service
4305 Sycamore Ln, Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 341-8668
Bellows Musical Instrument Services
619 Buckingham Way, Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 348-0376
Carter Organ Repair
3126 N Drexel Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(405) 946-0587
Jenkins Music Co
7100 Se 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73110
(405) 737-7607
Protronics
1125 N May Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73107
(405) 942-5766
Honest Ron's Guitars
1129 N May Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73107
(405) 947-3683
Music Unlimited
1109 Kickapoo Spur St, Shawnee, OK 74801
(405) 275-0473
Rp Music Co
3750 W Main St, Norman, OK 73072
(405) 579-9860
MidWest Music
2013 W Owen K Garriott Rd, Enid, OK 73703
(580) 237-0134
Saied Music Co
3259 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74135
(918) 742-5541
Tulsa Strings Violin Shop
4631 E 31st St, Tulsa, OK 74135
(918) 794-8440
Tulsa Guitar & Electronics
1417 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74112
(918) 742-4912
Music Store The
9120 E 31st St Ste C, Tulsa, OK 74145
(918) 664-7333


Music instrument repair is often necessary. If you enjoy playing a piano, clarinet, guitar or tuba on a regular basis, then you most likely know a little something about this business. This article was written as a guide for music lovers and general consumers alike. You can use it to help you select and find the best shop, store or used musical equipment dealer near you. First and foremost, you will probably find it beneficial to get on the web. The Internet has a great deal to offer when it comes to musical instruments. As long as you know key terms like used piano and band equipment, trombone store discount, string tuner, amplifier accessory, bass guitar sound, saxophone dealer, percussion and wind clarinet, trumpet rental, brass tuba, drum sticks, trumpet repair, vintage guitar, cheap flute, keyboard tuner, sound improvement and drums. Take some time to really think about what instruments you're looking for. This will help you find the used shop or repair store you're looking for. But, instead of just choosing the first music instrument store or dealer you encounter, you should first check out a few websites to learn more. The official website of a shop or store can tell you a lot. You might see whom the business is affiliated with or how long they've actually been around. Make note of the little things on their site, such as what their email address and phone number are. You might also want to scribble down their official hours of operation.
 
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