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Music insurance infographic aka Getting the band back together
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Ever wonder who’s the clumsiest or most unfortunate member of the band? We know that there are a myriad of musician jokes out there and that banterous rivalry is rife in bands, but when it comes to accidents and theft it really is no laughing matter. When you see a fellow musician’s instrument broken or stolen you can feel their pain, can’t you? … More

E&L is offering 25% online discount for musical equipment insurance, including guitar insurance

E&L® Insurance provides specialist niche insurance products. We are a well known and established provider of personal line niche schemes and have been in business for more than 75 years. We strive to provide a first class claims and customer service on products that offer comprehensive cover and competitive premiums for a variety of insurance products. Our main insurance schemes … More

Organ builder celebrates 50 years in business
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One man who may have taken out numerous musical instrument insurance policies over the years is organ builder Rodney Briscoe. The talented craftsmen began learning the trade at the age of 14 and is now celebrating 50 years in the business, the Diss Express reports. “I’m still passionate about what I do and it has been an honour to work in … More

Music foundation appeals for donations
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Donations from members of the public could help one charity afford to buy instruments and take outmusical insurance for the benefit of children in Scotland. The Perth and Kinross Music Foundation is asking for help from the local community to fund its work, the Perthshire Advertiser reports. Founded in 1997, the organisation has taught 75 kids since it launched and … More

Rare Nazi horn up for auction
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Instrument insurance may be needed by the new owner of a rare French horn that is to go on sale at an auction later this month. The piece was discovered in a Norwich loft and is believed to have belonged to a member of Adolf Hitler’s bodyguard regiment, the Eastern Daily Press reports. Antiques auctioneer Andrew Bullock described how the … More

Volunteers take musical instruments to Haiti
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A pair of volunteers who have travelled to Haiti may have taken out musical instrument insurancebefore their trip. The Grimsby Telegraph reports how Reverend John Fenner and Matthew Snow have departed on their second visit to the country in a bid to help locals. Following last year’s earthquake, the good Samaritans flew out to fix an orphanage’s leaking roof, refurbish classrooms … More

Boris Johnson launches charity music fund
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Boris Johnson’s latest project may inspire parents to invest in musical insurance and encourage their children to learn an instrument. The Mayor of London’s Fund for Young Musicians (MFYM) scheme has been launched in a bid to help support talented youngsters in the capital. Money provided by the fund will help provide scholarships for kids, with those from socially disadvantaged backgrounds … More

Historic music store to be sold
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Individuals who have taken out musical instrument insurance after purchasing equipment from Bruce Millers in Aberdeen may be shocked to hear it is to be sold. The Scotsman reports how the family-run store has been a feature in the west end of the city’s Union Street since 1900. However, despite remaining the biggest supplier of instruments in the area, the company … More

Burglars steal instruments from gifted blind musician

Burglars have left a talented musician out of pocket after stealing instruments valued at a total of around $8,000 (£4,990). The thieves broke into the home of 17-year-old Rachel Flowers and took two flutes, a cello, an alto saxophone and a laptop, none of which were covered by musical insurance. Ms Flowers, who was born blind, has been playing instruments since … More

Nirvana’s instruments to feature in display

A museum displaying a collection of instruments once played by a famous band may want to consider taking out musical insurance. Experience Music Project (EMP) is set to host an exhibition celebrating the songs of Seattle’s grunge pioneers Nirvana. Rare and unseen instruments that once belonged to the group will feature in the display entitled Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses. … More

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