Dear Oboe Parent,
Do you remember the day your child came home from school and announced that she wanted to play the oboe? Do you look back on that day and only wish you had known what an expensive mess you were getting yourself into?
You know the scenario…
First, the search for the instrument itself. Which is better? Borrowing a free oboe from the the school? Renting one? Taking the big plunge and actually buying an oboe?
Next come the reeds (Don’t you wish someone had told you about the reeds?)…
They’re small, but dangerous, AND expensive.
Who knew so much aggravation could be packed into such a small piece of wood. Some work, some don’t. Some reeds just make you want to send them back and ask for a refund (We’re sure you’ve tried.).
Finally, you have to find a teacher. The oboe isn’t exactly something your child should figure out on their own. The school band teacher gives lessons, but does he know what he’s talking about? How can he possibly know about every instrument under the sun? He’s cheap, but should your child have something better? What’s the right decision?
There is a solution, and it’s short.
And the solution is education, but we have another name for it. We call it, “How to Raise a Young Oboist WITHOUT Going Broke.” Our guide is full of real world experience and immediately useful hints and tips to help you avoid the many oboe pitfalls that can make your journey less than enjoyable (and very expensive).
How do you know this is the real deal? Something that will really help you?
Because, just a few decades ago, we dragged our parents along the very path you are now traveling. We know from experience that knowing just a few key things can literally save you from making hundreds and thousands of dollars in oboe “mistakes.”
When we say a few things, we really mean it. Our entire guide is little more than 20 pages, but implementing even one of our ideas can save you from many dollars of frustration.
By reading “How to Raise a Young Oboist WITHOUT Going Broke,” you will learn:
- why you should avoid the rent-to-buy oboe program like the plague
- why machine made reeds will actually cost you more money than handmade reeds
- the best and worst ways to get an oboe
- how to make sure you get your money’s worth when looking for an oboe
Best of all, using this guide will help your child learn the oboe more quickly and with less effort (not to mention making the whole process a bit easier on your pocketbook).
So how much for all of this help?
Hearing this exact same advice during a marathon one-on-one oboe and reed coaching session with us would cost upwards of $200.00.
Knowing that this guide can save you (and your child) from thousands of dollars in oboe frustration, a price of $99.00 would sure be worth your investment.
Well, its better than that because we have decided to offer this to you at a fraction of the cost of either of the two options above.
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If you are ready to stop wandering through the oboe world and want to make sure that you are making the best decisions for your young oboist (and your hard-earned money), use our guide. Learn from our experience and make your oboe journey an enjoyable one.
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