Be surprised how much your old one could be worth.
Trade ins

When purchasing a new instrument consider trading in your old one. Even very worn and battered instruments are worth something. If you don’t need it for a spare, it can often be used as a trade-in. This way it:

1. It helps you to finance your new instrument.
2. It can be appreciated by someone else.
3. It can add to environmental efforts to save the mpingo shortage.

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4. If you like to trade it in against another woodwind instrument or upgrade to a better one, just give us a call.

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