Have older instruments you’re not sure what to do with?
Sure, you could try to sell them on places like Facebook Marketplace or Craigslist but you can never be certain that you’re getting the most out of them. If the piece is broken, you may be wondering how to get rid of it. Simply pitching it seems like a waste and surely bad for the environment.
Thankfully, most musical instruments and gear can be recycled!
Check Your Local Recycling Programs
If your musical instrument is damaged beyond repair, check your local recycling programs to understand what they do and do not take. Metal parts are considered scrap metal and the instrument should be disassembled and the metal parts sent in for recycling.
If you have a local scrap metal buyer, you may be able to get some cash out of it.
Take Electronic Gear To An Electric Recycler
If your instrument or gear is electronic like a keyboard, then it should be taken to an electric recycler who will safely sort it and transport it to a certified facility where it will be broken down and the parts reused.
Take Your Used Gear To Music Go Round St. Louis
If your musical instruments and gear is still in good condition, bring it to us here at Music Go Round St. Louis. We will inspect it and give you the best market value that you can take in cash or store credit.
Trading in or trading up at MGRSTL is safe and low-risk. It also helps local musicians find the gear they want at a price they can afford. This is also the best way to reuse your old instrument and know that it will be going to a new home and you will be getting the best price for it!