Instrument Rentals

Try it before you buy it!

At The Music Loft, we care about our students education. That's why we want to make sure you have a great instrument to learn and play on.

We always recommend starting with a rented instrument. If you decide to purchase or switch instruments later, you have more flexibility.

Learn more in our FAQ Section below. 

All rental rates are on a monthly basis. Insurance and tax are included in the displayed rate.

 

Composite Clarinet

Cornet
Flute
Percussion Kits
Piccolo

Trumpet

Trombone

Violin

Viola

Used Rental Instrument

$25.39

New Rental Instrument

$32.86

 

Alto Saxophone
Baritone Horn
Cello
Euphonium 

Soprano Saxophone

Student Open-Hole Flute

Wood Clarinet

Used Rental Instrument

$42.50

New Rental Instrument

$49.82

 

Student Oboe

Bass Clarinet

Tenor Saxophone

Trombone (F Attachment)

Single French Horn

Used Rental Instrument

$53.00

New Rental Instrument

$62.54

 

Double French Horn

Baritone Saxophone

Student Bassoon

3/4 Concert Tuba

New or Used Instrument

$113.42

Would you like to rent from the comfort of your own home? Rent from home provides you a convenient option to have your instrument delivered to your doorstep at no cost to you!

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Benefits of Renting With Us

Director Approved Instruments

 

We work closely with public school teachers to ensure that you have director approved instruments. We only recommend necessary equipment & accessories. 

Rent to Own

Monthly rental payments are applied toward the purchase of the instrument.  We offer early payoff incentives in addition to applied rent credit.  For more information about rent to own please call us.

Try Before You Decide

 

Not sure what to choose? Schedule a personal complimentary appointment and allow us to guide you toward a decision that's right for you.

Pricing- no hidden fees

 

No hidden insurance fees or increased rental rate after initial 3 months.  We tell you what your exact cost will be from day one.

Rent vs Own

The Most Common Mistake People Make

 

“I found a GREAT DEAL on the internet.

If my child likes it, then I will buy a good one later”

 

DON’T purchase an instrument on the internet.  If you do, you are setting your child up for failure. These instruments are made with low quality materials that make it impossible to produce a good sound, cannot be repaired and are generally unplayable.  If you are not sure about the quality of an instrument you are considering....ASK a professional.

We cannot stress enough that there is no such thing as a good cheap instrument. The internet can make an instrument sound great but the quality is poor.

When to purchase

If your child is an advanced player, then upgrading and owning is a good option.  Seek out a reputable dealer to purchase the instrument. If you are renting, Veritas Instrument Rental has many upgraded and advanced instruments. The best part is that if you are a current rental customer, you have accrued rental credit.  That money goes towards the purchase of a new, advanced level instrument. If you are not enrolled in a rent to own program, there are other options.  We sell new and used name brand instruments so you will always get great quality at a great price. This is an investment that will last a lifetime.

Final Tips

We cannot stress enough that you should not purchase a cheap instrument from the internet. EVER!

If you do decide to purchase an instrument, find out what materials it's made from. Below is a list of materials that will signify the instrument is of a higher quality. While it isn't comprehensive, it will give you a better idea of what you should be looking for:

  • Brass and woodwind instruments (flute, saxophone, trumpet, french horn, trombone, tuba) are generally made from yellow brass, which is 70 percent copper and 30 percent zinc.

  • Student clarinets are made from a composite plastic material. 

  • Professional or advanced clarinets are made from African Blackwood.

  • Stringed instruments are made from a spruce top, maple ribs and back, and the fingerboard is ebony.  Stringed instruments do not come in colors (such as white, pink, blue)

  • The special brown varnish and wood on higher quality stringed instruments continue to improve the sound of the instrument with age. That is why older stringed instruments are sought-after.

  • If the instrument does not have a maker label inside it is probably a poor quality instrument.

Still have questions? Contact us and we can help you choose the right instrument!

Hours

Herndon

1141 Elden Street # 212
Herndon, Virginia 20170

Mon - Thurs: 3:30PM - 8PM

Saturday: 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Friday and Sunday: By Appointment Only

Ashburn

20915 Ashburn Road # 210
Ashburn, Virginia 20147

 

Lessons Only
By Appointment Only

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