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  • New ProTec cases

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      October 31, 2017
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    I’m always on the hunt for new and stylish flute accessories, so imagine my shock when I found out that one of my favorite flute cases–the ProTec slimline–came in other colors besides black!! And not only that, they also have a really great messenger bag option that holds a laptop and/or sheet music! ProTec is a really g […]

  • Step-up season

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      October 24, 2017
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    Believe it or not, it’s that time of year again–the magical 4th quarter in the business world! For the last 3 months of the year, some manufacturers offer special promotions and rebates for larger purchases, and at Paige’s Music and the Indy Flute Shop, we are happy to pass those along to you. It just so happens that this time of ye […]

  • Acoustic panels

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      August 22, 2017
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    As promised, I have more exciting updates to share with you about the shop–we now have flute-specific acoustic tiles installed in the showroom! These were designed by a professional acoustics company, GIK Acoustics, and I am so excited to take the Indy Flute Shop experience to the next level.
    When most people think of acoustic tiles […]

  • Showroom update

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    Erin Nichols
    Date
      June 13, 2017
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    Hello everyone! Well, as is often the case, things got pushed back with finishing the new Indy Flute Shop space–but we really are so close! I do have some exciting updates to share, as well as an approximate timeline for when things are going to be done.
    First of all, if you have tried to call Paige’s Music or the IFS today, p […]

  • Last week we went over the procedures for turning your instrument if you or your student is no longer going to be playing. This week, let’s chat about what to do with your instrument if you are going to continue playing! Of course, we hope your summer plans leave you lots of time for practice, but it’s also a great time to cat […]

  • Does your student’s instrument need to be returned to the Indy Flute Shop? Before beginning this process, first make sure that your student is done with their music program and will not be continuing in the fall. Instruments rented from Paige’s Music or the IFS are NOT returned for the summer. Our hope is that your student practices a […]

  • Staff spotlight: Jeremy McQueary

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      April 5, 2017
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    This month’s Paige’s Music staff spotlight is a very special one: it features my boss, and the director of Sales and Marketing, Jeremy McQueary. Jeremy is a great guy to work for, is so supportive of the work I do here, and–fun fact–he designed the awesome flute display cases in the Indy Flute Shop! Please take a m […]

  • Powell and Sonare

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      January 31, 2017
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    Did you see last week’s big news about the new piccolo that will be in the shop soon? Some of you may have been scratching your heads and thinking “Hmm…I didn’t know she was a Powell dealer?” Well, great news: now I am!
    Powell flutes has joined the lineup of intermediate and professional level flutes here at […]

  • New Powell Sonare piccolo

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      January 24, 2017
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    I am back from the 2017 NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) show in Anaheim, California–and for those of you in Indiana, you had better weather this past weekend than we did, believe it or not!! That coupled with cancelled flights that put me back in Indy VERY late last night made for quite an adventure. But I digress. NA […]

  • Shopping ideas

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      December 13, 2016
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    Are you shopping for a favorite flutist in your life? The IFS carries several accessories that range from simple to stylish! For more ideas, just read on…
    One of the most popular accessories for flute players who are looking to improve their hand position is the Thumbport. The Thumbport attaches easily to the body of the flute, directly […]

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