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Our musical instrument Trial Scheme enables you, or your child to learn a musical instrument* whilst relieving you of the financial pressure that comes with buying a musical instrument
JG Windows musical instrument Trial Scheme gives you or your child the chance to prove their potential before you commit to the purchase of an instrument.
By allowing them to try an instrument from our comprehensive range of instore stock, you are not only allowing them to learn on a quality instrument, but you’re also given the time and security to assess the seriousness of their interest, whilst only paying a small monthly payment.
From classical and acoustic guitars to violins, violas and cellos, in a range of sizes suitable for all ages, to woodwind instruments such as the flute, clarinet, and the ever-popular saxophone, the brass family from trumpets to trombones, the possibilities are extensive.
There really is something for everyone – whatever your age and talent!
Monthly from around
3/4 size acoustic guitars
Clarinets and flutes
Please be aware that instruments and prices are subject to change.
For more information on our Trial Scheme you can visit one of our stores or contact us to speak to a member of our staff.
*JG Windows trial scheme is financed using the finance provider, Moneyway. All finance agreements are subject to credit checks and other terms and conditions apply. On an instrument which sells for £149.00, the in-store deposit would be £7.33 paid by credit/debit card and if the instrument was kept for 23 months, then total amount paid would be £175.82 (APR 19.5%). However, the agreement can be cancelled after a minimum perioud (usually 3 direct debit payments). It must be returned to the store in good condition. JG Windows would then "re-purchase" the instrument and settle the outstanding financed amount on behlaf of the customer. If the instrument was returned after 3 direct debit payments, total paid would be £29.32. JG Windows would settle the customer's finance agreement by paying £129.33 to Moneyway. The customer would have nothing else to pay. Total interest paid after 3 direct debit payments would be £1.17 x 3 = £3.51. Only selected instruments are available on the trial scheme. **If upgrading after the minimum trial period, the maximum number of payments including deposit to offset against a new instrument is 12. Whilst almost all instruments do qualify for the upgrade programme, there are some exceptions. The upgrade instrument must also be at least twice the price of the RRP of the original instrument that was put on the trial scheme. Please ask a member of staff for details. Instruments may be added or withdrawn without prior notice.