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Calling all bands.

I've just opened a new music school in Inverurie and I have space for bands to practise.

It has hundreds of parking spaces, very easy to get gear in and out and the hourly rate is affordable.

Interested?

Call 01467 629996 :rolleyes:

Cheers

Jen

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What is the hourly rate and what gear do you have in the practice rooms? Do you have small PAs/drums/mics etc as this should be reflected in the rate? Not every band will need these but it is handy for the majority who don't own these luxury items.

Have you got a website - would be good if it had pictures on it.

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I've got mic stands and amps.

Still looking around for a drum kit but will have one for about mid January because our Drum teacher starts to teach our new drum pupils then.

Not sure what the hourly rate should be - can anyone advise?

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I've got mic stands and amps.

Still looking around for a drum kit but will have one for about mid January because our Drum teacher starts to teach our new drum pupils then.

Not sure what the hourly rate should be - can anyone advise?

well enough to make a tidy profit, but not so much to drive people away by it. :up:

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Not sure what the hourly rate should be - can anyone advise?

Captain Tom's in Aberdeen charge 14 an hour for essentially the same thing. But because you're located in Inverurie rather than in the city, you can probably charge a little bit more. I'd probably try something like 12 an hour special offer to get people using the facility, then move it to around 16 an hour once you've got some regular clients on the go.

Captain Tom's Rehearsals

Not sure about other Aberdeen facilties, but a search on here should bring information about them up.

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I've got mic stands and amps.

Still looking around for a drum kit but will have one for about mid January because our Drum teacher starts to teach our new drum pupils then.

Not sure what the hourly rate should be - can anyone advise?

umm, probably a good idea to get some mics and a p.a too!

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