Congratulations! You or someone in your life has found a wonderful activity that will provide a lifetime of enjoyment. Picking up any instrument and deciding to play is one of the most difficult obstacles to overcome, so with that out of the way… you’ve got some decisions to make. The ultimate question when looking at instrument options is whether to rent or buy. The answer to this can range from player to player, skill level, and passion.
Weighing the Options.
Are you shopping for yourself or for your child? For parents, and adult students alike, the idea of purchasing an instrument can be quite daunting. Opinions widely differ on this subject, but the most important thing is to find the right solution for you, your family, and your budget. The primary assumption is that renting is a more economic, sustainable way to acquire an instrument for yourself or your young student. Here are some of the clear advantages to renting over buying:
Getting Ready to Buy.
Deciding to purchase an instrument is more of a commitment than renting, but in the long run it may be a better option for you or your student. If you have the resources available to purchase a brand new instrument you will quickly find there are endless options. You’ve got two options when it comes to make this purchase: online or in store. If there are no local music stores nearby, your music teacher will certainly know how to help you select the right item for you. If you are purchasing from a store online, make sure you’re aware of their home trial policy or return policy.
How long do you imagine yourself or your child being interested in playing an instrument? If you think they’ve got the motivation to keep up with practice and lessons, you should consider giving a gift that will be appreciated for a lifetime. Learn more about Violin Pros and let us know how we can help bring your passion to life.