Saving Money on Music Lessons

Taking music lessons is a great way to learn how to play an instrument. Playing an instrument is fun and a great way to enrich your life. Sometimes music lessons can be expensive. This is a guide on saving money on music lessons.

August 4, 2011 Flag

My oldest son took clarinet lessons in grade school, to be part of the band. The instrument was purchased from an area music store with special arrangements through the school. Years later, I had two more boys who wanted to play the guitar but we did not have the money for them.

I contacted the music store and explained I got the clarinet from them. It was long paid for but was no longer being used. I asked if I could trade the clarinet in for two basic guitars, even steven. The store not only made the trade, they also gave me two cases to hold the guitars. Sounds like a good deal to me.


By Linda from Bloomington, IL

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Good idea.

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August 8, 20110 found this helpful

We also got our woodwind instruments from our local music shop. We can't trade though, neither daughter who played wants to give up her beloved alto sax! Sounds as if you made an excellent trade - and other kids can use that gently-used clarinet. Thumbs up!

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June 16, 2006 Flag

I just scored on a concertina for $20 in a thrift shop (used ones go for 3 times that much) and the bonus is that I found I could get instructional material on the internet, so I could get going without further expense. Check the internet for musical materials for whatever you play! You can find fingering charts, tips and all sorts of stuff there.


By Pam from L.A., CA

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