George Bundy moved to Elkhart, Indiana, from New York City in 1927 after purchasing the H & A Selmer Music Store from Henri and Alexandre Selmer. A clarinet student of Alexandre Selmer, Bundy began working at the store in 1909. By 1911, George Bundy was in charge of the store, which he then purchased in 1927. In 1941, George Bundy created the Bundy line of instruments specifically for students.

High quality, durable, reliable instruments with the Bundy name were quickly popular, and by 1948 more musicians were beginning their musical journey with a Bundy than all others combined. Today, the name Bundy is the most widely recognized name in student instruments worldwide.

Highly-rated by customers and music instructors, the sturdy construction and affordable price makes Bundy instruments a preferred choice for beginners. All instruments are made of the most durable materials and come with the essential accessories such as cases, mouthpieces and care products.

The Woodwind & Brasswind carries the full selection of the Bundy instruments: trumpet, trombone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute, piccolo, and clarinet. Plus, all Bundy items are backed by The Woodwind & Brasswind's 110% Price Guarantee which guarantees you won't find reliable Bundy instruments at a lower price anywhere else.

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