Instrument Rental Program

How does it work?
You sign a contract and pay the first month's rent. Each month you have the option to:
  1. Continue to rent and pay another month's rent,
  2. Bring the instrument back and end your obligation or
  3. Return the instrument and trade it for a different instrument.
    For example, your child decides to play trumpet, then changes their mind and wants to play flute. No problem! Bring back the trumpet and we'll swap it out. Or if your child starts on a fractional sized violin, as they grow and need a larger size, just bring it back and we'll give you the next size!

What Does It Cost?
Alto Sax$45.00
Amplifier$20.00
Banjo $20.00
Bass Guitar$20.00
Bell Kit $20.00
Cello $37.10
Clarinet $30.00
Cornet $30.00
Flute $30.00
Guitar - Electric or Classical $20.00
Mandolin $20.00
Piccolo$30.00
Oboe$40.00
Snare Kit $20.00
Tenor Sax $50.00
Trumpet $30.00
Trombone $30.00
Viola - 12"-16" $26.50
Violin - 1/16"- 4/4 $26.50
Upright Bass - 1/2 - 3/4 $60.00


What information do you need?
  • Valid form of Identification (Driver's License, state issued ID or Passport)
  • Valid Major Credit Card (for reference only)
  • Name of your child's school and band or orchestra director
  • Your home address and phone number
  • Name and phone number of your employer
  • You must be over 21 in order to rent from Fred Moore Music Co.
What's included with my instrument?
  • Brass instruments come with mouthpiece, and valve or slide oil.
  • Woodwinds come with mouthpiece, mouthpiece cap, cork grease, swab, neck strap (for saxophones only) and 2 reeds (oboes come with 1 reed).
  • Stringed instruments come with a bow and rosin.
  • Books and other supplies can be purchased separately.
The rental price includes regular maintenance on all instruments. If you have a problem with your instrument, do not attempt to fix it yourself, bring it to us and we will take care of it at our repair facility here at the store. Normal wear and tear repairs are included as part of the rental fee. Damage caused by misuse or mishandling of the instrument or loss, is the responsibility of the renter.


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