Instrument Buy-Back & Rental Schemes
We understand that exploring a new hobby, or supporting your child through their first musical experience can be expensive if it doesn’t work out. Here are two options that give you the flexibility of trying an instrument, to see if it is right for you.
INSTRUMENT BUY-BACK SCHEME
The Windology Music Instrument Buy-Back Scheme offers you a new quality instrument, and peace of mind that if your playing experience doesn’t take off, we’ll take it back.
After purchasing, return the instrument damage-free*, in fully working condition, complete with the original case and accessories, and you will be eligible for Buy-Back Scheme.
Should you wish to return the instrument within the time periods below, you will receive the following funds.
1-6 Months: 75% return of the purchase price
7-9 Months: 50% return of the purchase price
10-12 Months: 25% return of the purchase price
After 12 months the instrument is no longer returnable.
ELIGIBLE STUDENT INSTRUMENTS
Leblanc Spirito Bb Clarinet
Buffet Prodige Bb Clarinet
Yamaha YCL-255 Bb Clarinet
Trevor James 10X Flute
Jupiter JFL700EC Flute
Jupiter JAS500Q Alto Saxophone
Elkhart 100AS Alto Saxophone
Jupiter JTS500Q Tenor Saxophone
Elkhart 100TS Tenor Saxophone
Besson Prodige Cornet
Jupiter JCR700Q Bb Cornet
Elkhart 100TR Trumpet
Jupiter JTR500Q Trumpet
Yamaha YTR-2330 Trumpet
Elkhart 100TB Trombone
Jupiter JTB500Q Trombone
INSTRUMENT RENTAL SCHEME
Looking to try an instrument before committing? Rent a student instrument for the following monthly cost!
£16.50 per month
£16.50 per month
£25.00 per month
Trumpet / Cornet
£15.00 per month
£18.00 per month
*please note this is not a rent-to-buy scheme
How do I rent an instrument for myself or my child?
- We’ll take your details, and allocate an instrument that has been checked over by our specialists.
- Our rental scheme is for a minimum of 3 months, charged at the time of rental.
- The first direct debit will commence, 3 full months after the start date, and roll until the instrument is returned. There is no maximum rental period.
- The Rental Scheme is not a rent-to-buy scheme therefore you are paying to use the instrument, and doesn’t result in ownership. (more details below)
- Maintenance is included for free, except in instances of damage.
Who can rent an instrument?
Renting an instrument is a financial agreement and therefore, we have some conditions in place:
Hirer: The hirer must be over 18 and in full time employment.
ID Required: We’ll need to see two forms of ID when you apply to rent. One to prove your address, and the other to confirm your identity including your date of birth.
Valid forms of ID: Drivers Licence, Passport, Council Tax Letter, Utility Bill addressed to the hirer, National Identity Card. Eg: MOD 90 and Birth Certificate.
What isn’t ID? None official documents such as a library card, supermarket loyalty card or debit/credit card are not valid forms of ID and will be refused. All valid documents need to be in date, use a current address and addresses to the applicant.
In some instances, instrument rental is subject to credit approval.
How do I stop renting?
Return the instrument to us in store and we will close the agreement for you.
Purchase after rental
If you wish to purchase a new instrument at the time of closing the rental agreement, we will deduct 3 months rental amount from the price of a new instrument.
For more information about our schemes, and available instruments contact: