Kurt Heisig Music & Mouthpieces

Music , Music Instruments

It is well worth a drive to see us. We have students and customers come to us from all over the world. Monterey is a great place to visit, so see us and enjoy the Monterey Peninsula.

We are a wind instrument store. We teach: sax, clarinet, flute, oboe, trumpet, cornet, trombone, french horn, euphonium (baritone), tuba and recorder. whether you are a beginner, returning adult, high school student or pro, you will find our training superb.

Our students have gone on to play with Tower of Power, Pete Escovido, Shiela E, Ray Charles, The Reno Shows, LA late night TV, Gospel, and taught all levels from elementary to college.

We also train band directors, repairmen and instrument designers.

Mr Heisig is a Master Repairman and Master Mouthpiece Maker.

See us for very good instruments, both pro and student at often very low prices. We have always served people with the finest and have done instrument search and made custom mouthpieces for decades. With aquisitions and mergers, our industry has changed a great deal and to meet the needs of our customers we have created our own line of instruments. This is the logical step since Mr Heisig has been a design consultant to the industry for almost 40 years, and we have been serving pros and students even longer.

We have had internationally distinguished faculty such as Dr Claude Gordon, and Prof Stephen Adelstein.

If you search Kurt Heisig Sax Space, you can read about one of Mr Heisig's students who took the first instrument into Space.

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512 Polk St, Monterey, CA

Sunday - Saturday (11am-6pm)

+1 831.920.1883


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