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Instruments Are the Heart of a Band

Learning more about them is crucial, especially for beginner players.

Let Us Guide You Through the Band

We guide you through the band, informing and answering questions that are commonly asked by beginners or parents.

a set of different band instruments

Band Instruments

What characteristics each band instrument has?
What are the best choices and prices for each instrument?

Our Most Popular Guides About Band Instruments.

ergonomic left hand


A Eastman EAS240 Alto Sax


Clarinet laying a piano


Muslady Bb Tenor Trombone with F-Attachment


Types of Bands

What types of bands exist?

How should I be prepared for each band?

Oboe and trumpet players

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Our Reviews, Tips, and Comparisons on band instruments.

About Us


Long-time band instruments enthusiasts.

Parents of two kids starting their music careers, we are currently rediscovering everything related to instruments and music in general.

And we are eager to share our findings and knowledge with you!

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Our Team of Instruments Experts

We count on the collaboration of experienced players among the different band instruments, whether by writing or reviewing articles.


Cooper White

Saxophone, Clarinet, harmonica, bass, keyboard, voice

Cooper is a talented and experienced sax player. Multi-instrumentalist for many groups (Sax, clarinet, flute, harmonica, bass, keyboard, voice)

Hannah while playing her flute

Hannah Haefele

Flute, Piccolo, clarinet, and oboe

Hannah is a flutist and blog writer. She also plays “auxiliary” flutes (piccolo, alto flute) and also played the saxophone, clarinet, and oboe.

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Andy Sharkey

Trombone, Tuba, Euphonium

Low brass artist who is sought after on tenor and bass trombone, tuba and euphonium.

Kyle Matthees performing

Kyle Matthees


Kyle is an experienced trumpet player and a teacher of high school and middle school trumpet players