Address: 6818 Fair Oaks Blvd, Carmichael, CA
Featured Instrument - Boosey & Hawkes Imperial Euphonium
This Boosey & Hawkes Imperial euphonium dates back to the mid 1950’s, and is in beautiful condition. It has a European receiver, for a medium shank mouthpiece, and it has the original bright silver finish. The bell is 11 inches, and projects phenomenally well. The tone sings warm and bright with a very sonorous character. It is the same vintage and model that Harold Brasch, the famous euphonium soloist in the U.S. Navy Band from 1936-56, switched to and single-handedly started and influenced the change in the United States from Conn’s, King’s, etc. to the four-valve English compensating euphoniums. Available now at Tim's Music
"We'll Know What You're Talking About!" Tim's Music is here for all of your band and orchestral needs! Not only do we carry woodwind, brass, string, and percussion instruments from most major manufacturers; but we also carry all the accessories you will ever need! Our sales staff consists of highly-trained musicians that can assist you if you need advice on what will help you succeed in music!
The proper quality of musical instrument is an absolute must for the beginning musician. Without a properly manufactured instrument in the hands of your child, their journey in music can be shortened, or even worse, eliminated.Tim's Music provides properly manufactured and professionally maintained instruments for your budding musician to quickly excel in their band experience. Check out our new GUARANTEED BUY-BACK PROGRAMPurchas...
Tim’s Music started on the bench over 40 years ago, and has continued to uphold the long standing traditions of craftsmanship in our repair shop. We do everything from the simplest musical instrument repairs to complete restoration services on all band and orchestra instruments. We offer electronic repairs on most any electronic equipment. Tim’s Music can also repair all of your guitars.Tim's Music has the first ultrasonic cleaner in the regi...
Count on Tim's to meet all of your music educational needs! We offer lessons for a wide variety of instruments. All lessons are taught by professional musicians, and take place on-site in one of our 14 private studios! Our studios are covered by a complete security video system watching over your students. Schedule a lesson with one of our hand selected teachers (listed below) to start on the path of musical success today.
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Two Years on Fair Oaks Blvd!
On June 3, 2017, Tim’s Music opened its doors for the first time in Carmichael, and what a journey it has been since then. On that first morning, we excitedly greeted the first people to walk through the doors of our newest location…. And moments later we started frantically searching for things that had been put in boxes the week before.Despite all the chaos of that first day, we began to not only survive, but thrive in the 15,000 square feet of our new facility. We have experienced immense growth since opening day two years ago: we hired several additional sales people and repair technicians, expanded the selection of inventory to best suit the needs of our clients, and we have signed on more teachers for our lessons program. We have also experienced growth in the digital world since the complete overhaul of our website, our increased presence on social media, and we even started producing educational videos that can be shared online. On top of all this, we earned a place on the National Association of Music Merchants’ (NAMM) Top 100 list for both 2018 and 2019!So many incredible things have happened in these past two years, and we couldn’t do any of this without the help of everyone in this community. Thank you for all the support!
May 13th at 12:55pm
Keeping Music Alive in Paradise | An UpdateIn April 2019, Tim's Music worked with KHS America / Jupiter Band Instruments to donate $38,000 worth of instruments to students who lost everything in the Paradise fires. Since then, Eastman Musical Instruments decided to donate $23,000 worth of instruments to this cause, and award-winning journalist Cristina Mendonsa also donated her personal drum set. On May 1st, Scott Mandeville and Simone Afghari drove to Chico, CA for the second time to deliver these instruments, and they got an update on how the students are doing with their brand new equipment!
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After our Orchestral String Day event last year, we decided to take the show on the road! For our String Roadshow, we bring step-up violins, violas, and celli to schools with string programs in order to let the students try out these nicer instruments in a real-world setting: their own orchestra rehearsals!Here is what Tim, one of our managers as well as our resident string expert, had to say about our most recent event at Cosumnes Oaks High School with Director Mike Mangonon:“The teacher was super excited for us to bring out and display all the instruments as well as talk with the kids about what makes step up instruments so special. The product knowledge to the kids was surprisingly well received as most of the kids have never discussed any details about the instruments they are playing. More importantly, what the differences are in inexpensive student instruments vs. more refined step-up instruments. What brings our trip to the next level, though, is after we ‘geek-out’ on strings — discussing construction, different grades of woods etc. — we then hand the kids the instruments to play in an ensemble situation. What really worked is when the instructor first has them play a piece of music they are familiar with on their original instruments. Then, while the tone and ‘vibe’ of their normal instruments are fresh, we swap the instruments for the step-ups, and play the same piece again. I wish everyone could see the looks on the students faces as they look at each other with excitement and wonder. The amazed look as they can not only hear the difference on the step ups, but feel the difference is pretty awesome to see. Watching the players’ body language – as they move and sway with expression – we could see they were more in touch with their instruments as it ‘talked’ to them.It’s been a pretty cool experience!The instructor we worked with yesterday was so impressed with the show that he was writing an email today to 6 more string instructors in his area recommending we bring the show to their schools.”Looking to have a similar experience at your school? Contact Tim at TimSK@timsbis.com to set up an event!And here is a video of the Cosumnes Oaks High School Orchestra playing on the step-up instruments!
December 29th at 3:41pm
Wow, we are ready to leap into the new year. How about you? Is your musical journey going the way you want? Is your instrument holding you back? Come on in and we can get you on track to continue a lifetime of learning and playing music. Have you considered music lessons to jump start your performance? We have 18 professional teachers that are ready to help you improve your skills and motivate your practice. Come on into the Repair Shop to get your free instrument evaluation. Many times, the instrument is not performing correctly and that can lead to frustration and stagnation for the player. Our team of highly qualified technicians can keep your instrument humming along at its peak.As we reflect on the past year, we are truly blessed to have been able to serve your musical needs along your journey. Thank you for your trust in Tim's Music. We hope that you have felt taken care of while you have dealt with us in the past, and that you would want to remind all of your friends about your experience here.Thanks, and we will see you in the new year!J. Scott Mandeville
December 19th at 3:24pm
Welcome to the NEW Tim's Music website. We have been working hard to bring you a great experience as you look around. We are starting a new adventure. We would like you to ask us questions, and we will answer them in either blog posts or video blog format. So, please send your questions to email@example.com and we will do our best to answer all your question.As we move toward the Christmas break, please bring your instrument in early for that mid year service and be ready to play when school starts up again.Print this and bring it into the store when you drop your instrument off for the Christmas service and we will give you a $5 credit toward the repair bill.Consider music lessons for the spring to sharpen your skills and enhance your musical journey.Embrace Music! Embrace Life!
August 16th at 11:40am
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