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Band & Orchestra Repair

If your musical instrument isn't working properly, bring it to Summerhays Music of Orem. We repair any brass, woodwind, and orchestral string instrument. With decades of combined experience, our professional repair technicians will bring new life into your instrument and have it sounding better than ever.

Please call us at (801) 226-1760 for estimates and wait times. Or bring your instrument in for a free repair estimate.

Our Repair Services

Some of the repair services we offer include:

Band Instrument Repair

  • Complete instrument set-ups

  • Chemical cleanings

  • Dent removal

  • Piston and slide repair

  • Key adjustment & regulation

  • Replace pads

  • Replace key and tenon corks

String Instrument Repair

  • Complete instrument set-ups

  • Bow rehair

  • Soundpost adjustments

  • Fixing & patching cracks

  • New peg installation

  • String replacement

  • Fingerboard planing

  • Bridge replacement

Frequently Asked Questions

How much will my repair cost?

That depends. Without seeing and handling the instrument, our technicians can’t give a proper repair estimate. Some issues may result from underlying problems that aren’t so obvious on the surface, and can cost more than expected.

 

Bring your instrument into the repair shop and our technicians will give you a free repair estimate.

How long will it take to repair my instrument?

Repairs can take anywhere from a few days to three weeks. Several factors can affect your wait time, including the time of year, availability of staff, and volume of pending repairs.

 

Please call us at (801) 226-1760 for an estimated completion time.

How often should I bring my instrument in for maintenance?

We recommend bringing your instrument in at least once a year for routine maintenance, especially if it’s regularly being played. 

Do you offer any warranty on your repairs?

We guarantee our repairs for up to 90 days after completion. If your instrument continues to have the same issues after repairing it, Summerhays will, at its discretion, work to resolve it.

 

Summerhays will not offer warranty repairs on issues caused by the following:

 

  • Malicious or intentional damage

  • Horseplay

  • Neglect

  • Mishandling or misuse of instruments

  • Repairs or attempted repairs not performed by a Summerhays technician

Can I borrow an instrument while mine is being repaired?​

We only offer loaner instruments to rental customers who are participating in the Maintenance & Theft Protection plan. Please see the store for details.

What brass instruments do you repair?

We repair most brass instruments, including but not limited to:

  • Trumpet

  • Cornet

  • Trombone

  • French Horn

  • Baritone Horn

  • Euphonium

  • Tuba

  • Marching Brass

What woodwind instruments do you repair?

We repair most woodwind instruments, including but not limited to:

  • Flute

  • Piccolo

  • Oboe

  • English Horn

  • Bassoon

  • Clarinet

  • Bass Clarinet

  • Saxophone

What string instruments do you repair?

We repair any orchestral string instrument, including:

  • Violin

  • Viola

  • Cello

  • String Bass

Do you repair percussion instruments?

We offer repairs on student percussion kits and select percussion instrument rentals. Please call us ahead of time at (801) 226-1760 to confirm your repair.

For all other percussion repairs, we recommend contacting Re-Percussion

Do you repair pianos or guitars?

Our repair shop only specializes in brass, woodwind, and orchestral string instruments. We usually recommend other specialists for piano and guitar:

Are there any instruments you won't repair?

At their discretion, Summerhays repair technicians may decline to repair an instrument for a variety of reasons:

  • Availability of parts

  • The manufacturer no longer supports the model

  • The brand/manufacturer is defunct

  • The estimated cost of repair is higher than the value of the instrument

Our technicians may also decline to repair instruments from select brands, such as inexpensive products purchased from online retailers. This is largely due to their high failure rates and availability of parts.

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