Renting a Saxophone
Saxophonists almost always start on a rented saxophone.
Renting a saxophone has some advantages over buying one:
- Renting allows the player (and his/her parents) to see how serious and dedicated the player is before investing in a saxophone.
- Beginning saxophonists occasionally switch to another instrument; renting allows switching at minimal expense.
- The rental saxophone can take the initial wear-and-tear of learning how to handle and care for a sax.
- The Maintenance & Replacement plan keeps the saxophone playing well and
replaces it if it's lost or stolen.
- There are several types of saxophones: soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, etc. Renting gives the player a chance to see which is most appropriate for them.
- Once they get past the basics, many saxophonists will move up from the beginner saxophone to an intermediate or performer saxophone.
- A portion of rent can be applied to the purchase of a saxophone.
Renting a saxophone is simple and inexpensive — rent is as little as $45 per month. You may continue renting for as long as you like or you may return it to Amro.
Not just an instrument
When you rent from Amro, you don't just get an instrument. You get a package that includes:
- The accessories and lesson book your band director selected.
- A Maintenance & Replacement plan that covers your instrument if it's
damaged, lost, or stolen
- Service in your school. Your Amro representative comes to your school on a regular schedule to make sure the instruments are playing properly and to take care of any problems.
- Priority repairs and adjustments by the largest musical instrument repair staff in the area
- An instrument that is checked and adjusted by on-staff technicians and is guaranteed appropriate to learn on
Option to change instruments
- Option to step up and apply your rent to another instrument
- Low initial cost
- No security deposit
- No long-term commitment or obligation to buy
There is a reason more people rent instruments from Amro Music than all the other Mid-South music stores combined.
Do you still have questions about renting? Here are some FAQs about renting an instrument. Or give us a call at (901) 323-8888 or email us here.