It's easy to Rent a Double French Horn. Simply choose any accessories you want, and click "Add To Cart"
ABOUT THE FRENCH HORN
The French Horn was developed around 1650 in France and is a larger version of the small crescent-shaped horns
that had been redesigned with circularly coiled tubing. Over the following decades, "hand-stopping" techniques along
with additional lengths of tubing "crooks" were necessary for playing in many keys. (Modern players use hand-stopping to
affect intonation and tone color.) The invention of valves in the early 19th century revolutionized the French Horn,
allowing the player to alter the length of the tubing by the motion of a finger. The modern F horn has 3 valves,
circular coils of narrow tubing flaring at the one end to a wide bell, and a funnel-shaped mouthpiece that
accounts for the horn's soft, mellow tone.
You may choose to purchase our optional damage protection for your rental instrument. This covers
any repair of damage which may occur to your instrument during the rental period, except for that
which is determined by String Season to be caused by blatant negligence. Theft or loss of the
instrument is not covered under damage protection. Damage protection is non-refundable.
IMPORTANT SHIPPING INFORMATION:|
When renting a french horn from us you will be charged a discounted flat-rate shipping fee that covers the shipment of the instrument to you and back from you. You will receive a convenient shipping packet with
your instrument that includes a return shipping label and easy to follow packing / return instructions. DO NOT DISCARD PACKAGING MATERIALS. If you are late returning your rental instrument or if you
do not inform us of your intentions to renew your rental period, we will continue to charge the prevailing monthly default rate on a month-to-month basis until we receive the instrument.
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