Sunday, 11 February 2018

Wet Summer Days...

As you all know, I am not one for complaining. I just say things the way I see and feel them. Yes, we are in summer, but the rain is heavy and strong. Daddy is always saying that the roses are happy, but I am not happy getting my beautiful fur wet. It’s just not right ! Alfa now has to stay indoors all the time which is not good for me. I have to see her and smell her 24/7.... I am a patient and forgiving girl 😸

The horrible weather hasn’t stopped customers coming around to pick up or drop off their musical instruments. We have such a wonderful range of instruments and accessories that it is very normal for people to come and visit me and check out our instruments, no matter how yucky it is outside.

As some of you may have noticed, we have a new product listed on our website. This product is called Kanstul Brass Musical Instruments. This company produces seriously fantastic brass instruments from cornets to tubas and are 100% made in the USA. Daddy has been speaking to Jack Kanstul about these instruments. Mr. Kanstul is just back from a very successful NAMM Trade Show in Anaheim USA which is very close to the Kanstul Factory. Mummy has listed the Kanstul range of instruments on our website, so that you too can see how amazing these instruments are and the suggested retail price you can expect to pay for them. Nothing Resonates like a Kanstul. If you are looking for a student or professional instrument, look no further then DR TOOT and Kanstul. Mr. and Mrs. Kanstul have 2 beautiful cats that I have personally checked out. Not bad and get the Zara paw of approval. Alfa thinks they are pretty cool too 😎

On Thursday this week we had a pretty flutey day. Earlier in the week we received a lovely Yamaha YFL311 flute with a lovely Kyoto Opal on the crown of the head joint. Very rare and beautiful. Taka mentioned this to his friend and before you know it….she loved it and off it went. A very happy girl with a very lovely flute. About an hour later, a lady came by and showed some interest is a Briccialdi  flute we had in stock (from Italy), and loved the way it sounded and…you guessed it, she bought it!! Two beautiful flutes to two happy and lucky people….aweeeee.

That’s about all from me. Crazy daddy is going out in this stormy weather to play and march outside in the rain with the Howick Brass Band. It’s for a TV commercial that will be shown in Australia. Honestly daddy, you think Alfa and I are crazy ??? 🙀🙀🙀