ldrake at pobox.com
Fri Nov 3 21:58:24 EST 2006
Thanks, that does help! I go to Cary way more often then I go to
Burlington or Raleigh.
In article <C1716769.B871%kdarbro at nc.rr.com>,
kdarbro at nc.rr.com (Kevin Darbro) wrote:
> It's not Chapel Hill, but I do know that the Music Go Round in Cary has a
> guy that comes in once a week or so to pick up band instrument repairs. As
> they deal in used band instruments as well as "rock" instruments, the used
> band gear they receive often needs repair before resale.
> The new owner's name is John, and he's a really nice guy. He can probably
> hook you up with a solution.
> 851-2252 - Music Go Round, Cary at Crossroads.
> There's also a music store that sells band instruments in a strip-mall off
> of Killdare Farm Rd. in the old Winn-Dixie Shopping Center at the corner of
> Killdare Farm Rd. and Cary Parkway. I believe it is next to MacAllister's
> Deli near the Subway and Baskin Robbins. Trader Joe's is opening up in the
> old Winn-Dixie Space, and there's a banner on the building in case you are
> driving by looking for it.
> Sorry, I don't remember the name of the music store, but it is a Mom and Pop
> type of place that can probably help as well.
> Hope that helps.
> - Kevin
> On 11/3/06 7:45 PM, "Lisa Drake" <ldrake at pobox.com> wrote:
> > Now that Pearson Music is gone (taking my service contract with them,
> > unfortunately) does anyone know someone in Chapel Hill who can repair a
> > clarinet within a reasonable time frame? My daughter's middle school
> > band teacher gave her names of places in Burlington and Raleigh, and
> > that just ain't gonna work.
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