There are a few special kinds of businesses that rely on brass and woodwind musical instruments for their continued operation. Buyers for these kinds of businesses blend knowledge of the musical arts with business savvy.
Whether you're looking for brasses or woodwinds, flutes or French horns, all of it is available online from dedicated vendors who will get these items into your shop. Business types look for woodwind or brass musical instruments for the following kinds of businesses:
1. For a recital room or performance hall where musicians borrow or rent brass and woodwind musical instruments from a facility.
2. For a school, camp or other kind of music educational facility, or as "props" or accessories for a theater or other venue.
3. For a "mom and pop" shop that outfits locals with brass musical instruments, brass musical instrument accessories and other musical gear.
Find a woodwind instrument supplierWhether it's flutes, oboes, clarinets or other woodwinds, buyers can find these types of instruments online. Specialized flute stores center more on their particular woodwind instrument, while other sellers diversify with extensive lines of woodwind products.
Locate brass musical instrumentsA brass instrument store will usually sell a wide variety of horns, but the instruments technically classified as "brass" are the ones that require a specific style of play where the player compresses air into the mouthpiece. Trumpets and tubas are good examples of traditional brass music instruments. Others, like the saxophone, are sometimes called a brasswind instrument.
View deals on used brass and woodwind instrumentsOther sellers can offer used instruments for bargains that will assist in keeping your purchase amount low. Browse pages to see what kinds of deals are available on the specific brass, woodwind or brasswind instruments you're looking for.
- When possible, consult the musicians. If you have regular musicians who will be using these brass and woodwind musical instruments, get their input on style and features. If not, try to do a little market research to ensure your purchases are on the mark.