Welcome to Play It Again UK
Founded in 1998 Play It Again UK has made a substantial impact on the Brass & Woodwind Industry. Well known for Repairs on the South Coast and also Musical Instrument sales around the UK. With what started as a small workshop inside founder Colin’s home has grown to play a major role in the Musical Instrument world today.
Since then services have been added to suit the needs of the modern day customer including a 24-hour live help line on the website, Personal Shopping to help you find the perfect replacement, and our Meet the Community scheme is to help young musician’s switch from school to a community band this help their natural progression in the music world.
We stick to Quality instruments so you can buy in confidence, all our instruments have been checked over by our team of repairers
(NAMIR) We are a NAMIR Approved Company (The National Association Of Musical Instrument Repairers)
(Workshop Approved) This Icon means that the instrument has been through our workshop and is ready for purchase.
(14 Day Approval) This Icon means that you have 14 Days to approve the instrument, if you are not completely happy you get all your money back.
(Student Instrument) This Icon means that the instrument you are looking at is suitable for a Student/Beginner.
(Pro Instrument)This Icon means that the instrument that you are looking at is suitable for the more established player.
(Vintage Instrument) This Icon means that the instrument that you are looking at is a vintage instrument. All care and attention has gone into preserving the metal. Please look out for the (Workshop Approval) Icon if the instrument is in a playable condition
If you require more information on an instrument please use our live chat located in the bottom right. All our advisors will be happy to help you between the hours of 9.00am to 8.00pm Monday to Saturday.
We are a proud supporter and supplier of the (MBAUK) Marching Band Activity United Kingdom.
Launched in May 2013 as a voluntary Independent Information and News Network. Marching Band Activity United Kingdom has seen thousands of connections between hundreds of Bands and Musicians. Sharing information and good news from across the activity. Helping to promote community events from other organisations across the musical spectrum and is proud to have also helped organise a successful World Record as well.
Bands are an important part of our cultural heritage and they come in wide ranging formats and styles, from traditional parade units to interpretive bands that integrate carefully designed manoeuvres as well as costumed dance into their arena shows. Based in local communities, bands involve and represent their local areas, supporting social cohesion and strengthening community identity.