Instrument Repair

Instrument Repair

Music Works provides repair work for many of the schools within the washington county school district. We have an experienced repair team that maintains a reputation for high quality work at a reasonable price. We also guarantee all of our work. If you are not satisfied with your instrument repair just bring it back and we will continue working on it until you are. We take pride in our work and reguard our customers as life long clients. If you have an instrument that needs repaired bring it on by and we will give you a quote before we begin work so there are no hidden fees or surprisses. We are located at 188 East 300 South St. George UT, 84770.

What Can We Repair?

    • All band and orchestra general repairs (No organs or pianos).
    • Chemical cleaning for all brass and wind instruments.
    • Mouthpiece repair (No replating)
    • Electric and acoustic guitar repair.
    • Replacement of electric guitar pickups.
    • Replacement of strings for guitars and orchestra instruments.
    • Can fix most drum sets, or other percussion instrument.
    • If you're not sure we can repair your instrument give us a call at 435-673-5552.
      We may just surprise you!

    Our Repair Team


    Our teams combined experience is over 100 years of repair work. There is no other company better at repair work in southern utah.

    Dallas Beck - Band &Orchestra

    Bachelor of Instrumental Music Ed. - The University of Michigan - Aug. 1961 Master of Instrumental Music Ed. - The University of Michigan - Jan. 1967 Teaching Experience - 36 years 6 years - Carman School District - Flint, Mich. 1 year - Seattle School district - Seattle Wash. 3 years - North Shore School District - Bothell, Wash. 26 years - Madison School District - Rexburg, Ida. 1 semester - Teton County School District - Driggs, Ida. Due to the frustration with getting good band instrument repair service in southeastern Idaho, I opened my own shop in my home, and repaired instruments for twenty years, with expertise in brass, woodwind and percussion repairs. Upon retiring from teaching in 2000, my wife, Jerrolyn and I came to St. George to check out the climate and liked it, so we moved here. I have been repairing instruments at Music Works for three years, and it is my goal to turn repairs out as quickly as possible so that students don't have to be without them more than a couple of days. Band members without instruments are not learning or contributing their talents to the group. I still maintain an active performing schedule, playing the euphonium in the Dixie College Band, and am Principal Trombone in the Southwest Symphony, and played six seasons in the pit orchestra at Tuacahn for Broadway in the Desert. It has also been my pleasure to play in the brass ensemble with the Heritage Choir..