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  • Returning your instrument

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      May 17, 2016
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    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 pra […]

  • Flute cases

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      March 29, 2016
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    When upgrading to a better quality flute, many parents and students have questions about the kind of case that is most appropriate for their playing needs. There are many different styles and functions that different flute cases have, from basic and durable to super stylish, and the Indy Flute Shop carries them all!
    When you upgrade to a […]

  • FAQ: Do you sell flute music?

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      March 1, 2016
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    Many specialty shops are a great place to stock up on everything you need for your instrument, including sheet music. The Indy Flute Shop is a little different, however–we do not carry music in-store. However, we are fortunate to have a unique relationship with J.W. Pepper, the country’s foremost provider of sheet music for sc […]

  • How do I send my instrument in for repair?

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      February 23, 2016
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    If you are renting or have purchased an instrument from the Indy Flute Shop, you want to be sure to have it serviced at least every year. Thankfully, this is a very easy process. Here’s what you need to do:
    1. Call Erin at 317-813-2044 to let us know that your instrument needs service. We’ll arrange for a loaner to be sent to your sch […]

  • Flute appraisals

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      January 26, 2016
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    We often get asked if we do appraisals on instruments here at the flute shop and Paige’s Music. The short answer is no, we do not have a certified appraiser on staff. HOWEVER, many times an official appraisal is not needed to determine the replacement value of your instrument. Read on to find out more.
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  • 2015 in review

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      December 29, 2015
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    The last week in 2015…already?? This year has certainly been a whirlwind for all of us here at Paige’s Music and the Indy Flute Shop. Let’s take a look back at all the exciting events this year…
    January
    Paige’s Music exhibited at the IMEA convention in Fort Wayne this year, complete with a mini golf tournamen […]

  • Last minute gift ideas

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      December 22, 2015
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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, dire […]

  • What does your music director mean to you?

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      November 17, 2015
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    Do you have a music teacher who has made a difference in your life? I know I do! And we want to hear about it! On our Facebook page, tell us how your music director has influenced or inspired you in some way. Show your directors some love by posting here on our page!
    What: Tell us what your music director means to you and you could win a […]

  • Super Sale!

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      November 10, 2015
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    Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Or perhaps finished it already? If you’re like me and are struggling for ideas, Paige’s Music and the Indy Flute Shop have an answer for you if you have a budding musician in your life: our annual Super Sale! This is our biggest sale of the year, so be sure to read on and save the […]

  • Flute swabs

    Posted by
    Erin Nichols
    Date
      October 13, 2015
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    One question that I get asked by customers frequently is “What should I be using to clean my instrument after playing?” It goes without saying that proper care of your instrument starts with, at the very least, cleaning out the moisture that accrues inside the instrument while it is being played. I wanted to address some commo […]

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