MusicMedic Names Dawkes Music Sole UK Distributor

MusicMedic Names Dawkes Music Sole UK Distributor

MusicMedic, the online resource for Woodwind repair tools and supplies, is excited to announce an exclusive UK distribution deal with Dawkes Music.  

MusicMedic’s best-selling USA made woodwind repair tools & supplies as well as MusicMedic’s famous instrument pads are now available online through Dawkes Music.  Dawkes Music will now carry everything a working instrument repair technician needs.  They have chosen to stock a wide range of tools and materials to make it easier for customers in the UK and beyond to access.

Abi Taylor, Dawkes Music UK Repair Shop Manager, says, “The technicians here at Dawkes Music have been long standing admirers of MusicMedic and their products, regularly enjoying their fantastic ‘bench notes’ repair newsletter and swooning over the clever, practical tools they manufacture. We were lucky enough to meet Curt Altarac in person when Dawkes hosted the National Association of Instrument Repairers annual general meeting in winter 2018, his talk was inspiring and we were able to express our enthusiasm for his business and work ethic. As existing suppliers of repair tools and materials to the UK and Europe, the conversation regarding distribution of MusicMedic products came naturally as our shared interests and goals as companies were so clearly aligned. We are so thrilled to be able to use, supply and shout about these products as we believe the technicians we support will benefit from an enhanced and elevated repair experience.”

Richard Zimmerman, MusicMedic’s Sales Director, says, “We are extremely excited to be collaborating with our friends at Dawkes Music.  When we first visited in 2018 for a NAMIR clinic we were so impressed with the quality and professionalism of everyone there. Over the last several months I have had the privilege to experience the professionalism and attention to detail that Jon, David, Abi, Sam and everyone else on the Dawkes team is known for. We are looking forward to working to develop new tools for the UK technicians and give access to our line of woodwind pads made here in Wilmington, NC. Cheers!”

MusicMedic is your online global source for Woodwind Repair Tools and Supplies, Woodwind Instrument Sales and Repair Education. Founded in 2003 by musician and technician Curt Altarac and based in Wilmington, North Carolina. MusicMedic is the world-recognized leader in Woodwind repair innovation, technology and quality.  MusicMedic produces musical instrument repair tools that are manufactured in our state-of-the-art machine shop. Tools are researched, designed and tested in collaboration with the Sax ProShop, Repair Schools throughout the United States, Europe and Professional Repair Technicians everywhere.  Our world-renowned Pads are hand-assembled and quality-checked in house and are made of the finest materials from around the globe.  MusicMedic sells high-quality, affordable Saxophones, Clarinets and Flutes.  From student models to professional grade, each instrument is play-tested, adjusted and set-up by a professional woodwind technician in the Sax ProShop.  MusicMedic hosts numerous repair workshops and online classes from our Sax ProShop concentrating on repair, engraving, parts creation and more.  Our goal is to empower musicians and technicians with the tools they need to succeed with every performance, every job, every day.  Please visit MusicMedic for more information.

Dawkes Music & Windcraft Ltd are a globally recognised UK based Music Industry company that have expert staff who specialise in products, performance, teaching and repairing in the brass and woodwind sector. With the largest square footage of display in the UK we hold our unique stock of spare parts, instruments, accessories and repair materials for the brass and woodwind retail and wholesale market. Our purpose is to create and inspire musicians no matter their age or ability, whilst supporting them on their musical journey.

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