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Band & Orchestra Rentals

 Rental Brochure

At Willamette Valley Music Company we offer a rent-to-own program to allow students to try musical instruments without the financial burden and commitment level of buying an instrument outright. Because it is a rent-to-own program, each monthly payment accrues credit towards the ownership of the instrument. There is a monthly maintenance fee included as a part of the monthly rental fee. This means if anything happens to your instrument you can bring it to us and we will repair it at no cost to you. This maintenance fee does not cover reeds, care supplies, or strings (for orchestra instruments).

This rent-to-own program allows your student to explore different instrument options if he/she so desires. This means if your student has decided to try a different instrument other than what was originally rented, you can bring the currently rented instrument to the store and we will exchange it for a different instrument. At this time, the credit that has been accrued towards the ownership of the current instrument will be transferred to the ownership of the new instrument and the new monthly payment and total payoff amount will be calculated for the new instrument rental. The new monthly payment amount (if different) will be processed at the time of the next payment (i.e. if your payments normally process on the 15th of the month and the exchange is made on the 2nd, the new payment amount will be applied on the 15th).

If your student decides to no longer play an instrument you can simply return the instrument to Willamette Valley Music Company and the monthly payments will stop and the accrued credit will disappear.

 

How to complete an online rental:

*The renter must be 18 years or older to complete and sign the rental agreement.

1) Fill out all of the fields in the rental page (link the rental page).The maintenance fee is required but does not appear on the initial page in which you select your rental. The maintenance fee is $4. The renter must be 18 years or older, have a government issued ID, and a credit or debit card to be put on file for automatic monthly payments. *We do not use this information for anything other than the processing of the rental.

2) At the time of rental two months of rent is due and your first automatic payment is due two months after the rental agreement is made. For example, if your monthly rental fee is $21 and you begin your rental on September 1st your total on September 1st is $42 for the instrument rental and your next payment will be made automatically on November 1st for $21 and will continue until you terminate the rental agreement by returning the instrument or paying off the remaining balance on the instrument.

3) Select the middle school in which your student's elementary school will feed into and select which instrument your student would like to play. If you do not see the instrument you wish to rent, please call us so we can better help you with this problem.

4) The online rental reserves the instrument you have selected to be put on hold to be picked-up at our store or delivered to the selected school for a band night, if provided the option for your location.

*Orchestral instruments are not delivered to the schools and must be picked up from Willamette Valley Music Company.

 

How to complete an in-store rental:

*The renter must be 18 years or older to complete and sign the rental agreement.

1) Come and speak with an associate regarding your desire to rent an instrument. The associate will then tell you the options you have regarding the specific availability for that instrument (i.e. new or used) and you can choose which instrument you wish to rent.

2) Fill out necessary paper work. Upon rental, the renter must be 18 years or older, have a government issued ID, and a credit or debit card to be put on file for automatic monthly payments. *We do not use this information for anything other than the processing of the rental.

3) At the time of rental two months of rent is due and your first automatic payment is due two months after the rental agreement is made. For example, if your monthly rental fee is $21 and you begin your rental on September 1st your total on September 1st is $42 for the instrument rental and your next payment will be made automatically on November 1st for $21 and will continue until you terminate the rental agreement by returning the instrument or pay-off the instrument.

 

Frequently asked questions regarding instrument rentals:

Which instruments can I rent?

All instruments available on a limited, first-come-first-serve basis.

Violins, Viola, Cello, and String Bass

Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Trumpet, Cornet, Trombone, Baritone, Euphonium, and Percussion Kits.

*We do not rent guitars, ukuleles, pianos/keyboards, or small percussion instruments, but they are available for purchase.

 

What do I need to bring with me to rent an instrument?

Valid Government issued ID, proof of address, and a credit or debit card to be kept on file.

 

How do I stop renting an instrument?

Return the instrument to Willamette Valley Music Company at 484 State St. Salem, Oregon 97301. At this time the rental will be stopped along with the monthly payments.

 

What if my student decides they no longer want to play the instrument we rented/wants to try a different instrument?

If your student decides they no longer want to play an instrument, simply return the instrument to Willamette Valley Music Company and the monthly payments will stop. If your student has decided to try a different instrument, bring the originally rented instrument to the store and we can do an exchange for a different instrument. At this time, the credit that has been accrued towards the current instrument will be transferred to the new instrument. The new monthly payment and total payoff amount will be calculated for the new instrument and the new monthly payment amount (if different) will process at the time of the next payment.

 

My student is not playing his/her instrument this summer, should I return it to the store?

If your student is planning to continue playing his/her instrument at school in the fall we suggest keeping the instrument for the summer and continuing the monthly payments to keep adding credit towards the ownership of the instrument. Whenever the instrument is returned to the store, the accrued credit is lost and you would start over in the fall. 

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