Does your horn need a thorough cleaning? Do you have dents that need to be removed? Have you found an antique trumpet in the attic that you would like to play on a gig? If you need any kind of work done on a trumpet, check out Brass Alliance, located in Denton, TX. David Anderson, owner, provides the very best in trumpet repair and restoration. The services he provides encompass everything from basic cleaning and minor repairs to complete overhaul and restoration.
From the Brass Alliance website:
“I put passion into every project that I take on. Attention to detail and a high level of craftsmanship are always of the utmost importance. I absolutely love restoration work, bringing an instrument from a crumpled mess to a finished product that will be re-introduced back into the marketplace and into the hands of people that absolutely love playing the trumpet! There is also nothing more gratifying than witnessing a customer’s reaction when an instrument that once was a neglected mess dwelling in their closet is now revealed to them as a resurrected beauty, bringing back all of those memories of when they brought the instrument home for the very first time. Or, revealing Mom or Dad’s restored instrument to their children so that they can experience music and the many times of pure joy that it provides. Yes, I do run a business, but I will never lose sight of exactly why I do what I do, it is a very personal thing for me and it is what drives me to deliver my very best everyday on every project.”
-David Anderson, Owner/Operator
David practically grew up in Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps. He graduated from Millikin University with a degree in Trumpet Performance (he studied with Randall Reyman), followed later by a Masters Degree in Orchestral Performance from the University of North Texas. While there, he was a member of the legendary One O’Clock Lab Band. Since 2002, he has been performing with Think Big Party in Texas and around the world.