Welcome to North Georgia Band!
From professional and custom models to student instruments we have an extensive parts inventory and the most current tools and technology to ensure that you will receive the best service in the Atlanta area. We are proud to offer a 2-3 day turnaround on most repairs and focus entirely on offering our customers the best service in town at a competitive price. We visit many local schools in Gwinnett, Hall and Forsyth counties and surrounding areas as well as maintain a network of affiliate music stores for convenient pickup and delivery options.
This Saturday, May 28th, Come and Check out our collection of Muramatsu and Dean Yang flutes at the Atlanta Flute Club Spring Event, a Masterclass and recital with Angela Jones-Reus, esteemed flute professor at The University of Georgia. We will … Continued
We are very, very pleased to announce that after a very long two weeks our long-anticipated move is complete and we are now fully-functional in our new location! There has been nothing easy about this adventure – from immediate major … Continued
In preparation for our upcoming move we are finding a LOT of stuff that we would much rather make someone a great deal on than move. Therefore we are offering some incredible prices on a number of instruments and accessories! … Continued
Stuck slides are one of the leading causes of substantial repair costs for brass instruments. This is rarely due to the labor involved to get a stuck slide moving again, it’s almost always because a student, teacher or parent tried … Continued
There has been a sudden influx of repairs in the shop that all revolve around the bridge keys of woodwind instruments. The bridge keys are the keys at the ends of joints connect the body together. Almost all woodwinds have … Continued
We live in a world where you can get directions on how to do just about anything on You Tube and Pinterest has made every project seem like a breeze but I am here today to tell you that instrument … Continued
As an undergraduate oboe performance major, I was astounded at what little training my music education colleagues received in double reed instruments. At my alma mater (Baylor University), a semester was split between oboe and bassoon techniques. It wasn’t until … Continued
On this blog we strive to educate musicians about maintaining a healthy instrument so that they never have to be without their instrument due to a malfunction that could’ve easily been prevented. In this next series, we are going to … Continued
School’s back in session and that means that marching band is in full swing! We are already seeing some of the first casualties from the games and so we have composed a few helpful tips to keep your instruments healthy … Continued
We were so happy to be a part of the first annual Flutapalooza yesterday! The event was hosted by Kelly McKinney and Gena Wayne at Coweta County Centre for Performing and Visual Arts. The full day of activities included a … Continued