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Is your kid a kid or around other kids? Consider the optional maintenance plan for peace of mind!
PLEASE READ PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR RENTAL:
Dearest customer, this is a newly developed software module and it has a few kinks for the developers to work out. Here are a few tips to make it as easy as possible. Don't see your school? Use OTHER under BVSD or Jeffco. When choosing a category (band or orchestra), you will see an icon for the optional maintenance plan (which is an excellent idea and it is NOT taxed). If you want it, add it first and then you will go back to the beginning to add an instrument. When the pop-up window tells you that the cart is not empty hit cancel and carry on. At checkout there may not be an option for school delivery or in-store pick up. We do offer both, so add it in the notes and we’ll get it done. We heartily thank you!
You will receive an email when your order is ready. If you are unsure what size orchestra instrument you need, please visit our rental FAQ page.
PLEASE NOTE: All online instrument rentals are on auto-pay. All instruments (except 1/4 size and smaller cellos and violins) will be on Rent-to-Own (RTO).
Click HERE to view rental info, pricing and FAQs.
Why Rent With Us?
- For over 30 years, H.B. Woodsongs has proudly served our community and local school music programs, renting quality, brand-name band, orchestra and folk instruments to students and musicians in and around the Boulder area.
Instruments that we rent include:
violin, viola, cello, flute, piccolo, clarinet, oboe, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, trumpet, trombone, baritone horn, French horn, bell and snare kit.
- We own our rental fleet of Yamaha, Conn Selmer, and Eastman instruments. This means we have quality control and your tax dollars stay in Colorado!
- In-house repairs, often while you wait
- Most instruments are rent-to-own
- 20% early purchase discount
- Flexible exchange option, return with no obligation
- No interest charges or credit checks
Photo by Lauren M. Click, courtesy of The Boulder Philharmonic