Restoration

Antiquity Music has restored a wide variety of musical instruments and gear, including grand pianos, tube amplifiers, synthesizers, electric pianos, clavichords, harpsichords, electronic MIDI-controlled xylopones, drums, drum machines, and more. An active musician and composer, the company’s founder Mitchell Manger initially became involved in restoring musical instruments  in order to orchestrate and perform his compositions. Similarly, Antiquity Music approaches each instrument from the perspective of the performing artist while giving meticulous attention to the cosmetics of the instrument. Over the past several years, Antiquity Music has successfully cultivated its image as a place where one can buy instruments that are unavailable in any other store on earth and that have been restored to the highest standards.

We are currently accepting a limited number of new instruments for restoration in our shop.  If you would like to know what it would cost to restore your vintage instrument, please contact us via the Restoration Form below.  We will do our best to provide you with a detailed explanation of the issues that your instrument might have, as well as the potential restoration options that are available.  Please be as accurate as possible with your descriptions, so that we can provide with you an equally accurate estimate of restoration costs and what the restoration would entail.

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Please provide detailed photographs of your instrument or gear. If possible, please make sure to include close-up shots of the internal workings of the item.

Alternatively, actual photographs can be mailed to:
Antiquity Music
12405 Venice Blvd. #321
Los Angeles, CA 90066