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FAQs

Lessons are once per week for a half hour.

Yes, if you want your child to experience musical training in a variety of instruments and have some fun this summer, look no further. Contact us for details on signing up your child for our engaging summer programs. 

Give us a call and chat with our friendly admin staff so you can be paired with the best teacher for your musical interests and goals.

Lessons are $25.00 per half hour. We also have a 6 week introduction package that often goes on sale. Watch our website or Facebook page for great deals!

Taking music does require you to practice your instrument on your own time. Remember, you only got out of it what you put in.

Yes, you do need to bring your instrument to every type of lesson except for piano and drums. We also offer a rental program for some instruments.

If you are taking guitar, violin, or bass we offer a rental program for a total of 6 weeks only to Case’s Music students at a cost of $15.00/week plus HST. Talk to us about renting your instrument.

At Case’s Music, you are in control of your lessons. We are going to teach you the skills and techniques you need to reach your musical goals.

Guitars, amps, ukuleles, violin, mandolin, banjo, drums, pianos, keyboards, trumpets, trombones, flutes, saxophones, clarinets, and more!

Absolutely! If you have an instrument in mind, stop in and we will get it for you.

Sure! Bring your used instrument in and we will find the best option for you. We have a trade in program and we can sell your instrument on consignment.

Guitar strings typically have 8 hours of playing time before they should be changed. If you play your guitar regularly, you should not go more than 3 months before changing strings. If you don’t play your guitar regularly, you can go up to 6 months. Old strings can damage your guitar.

Keep a humidity gauge in the room where you store your instruments Most wood instruments are manufactured at around 40-50% humidity. During a Sault summer, it may not be necessary to run a humidifier. But during the winter, you will damage your instrument if you do not keep the moisture up.

Wind instruments are a breeding ground for bacteria and fungus. If you have a brass instrument, you can clean with Herco Spitballs after playing, and have a repair shop flush your horn once a year. Swab your woodwind instrument with a pad-guard and let it dry in the open air every time you play, and have it flushed every other year.