O’Malley’s Musical Instruments formerly located on East Bryan Street and South Madison has relocated to 1816 S Peterson Ave, Douglas, GA 31535 (next to David's Auto). Owner Danny Maley is excited to announce the relocation of the business due to the growth of the company since beginning in 2015.
O’Malley’s Musical Instruments offers the leading selection of wind instruments, percussion and musical supplies in the area. The business features instruments ranging from beginner use to professional musicians. O’Malley’s also offers school band rental and a fully certified repair center on site.
Danny revealed to DouglasNow.com that the business was launched as an online sales site in 2013, shortly after expanded to on-site school sales and since then has evolved to what is now O’Malley Musical Instruments retail store. “We’re excited to be able to provide a full showroom and increased inventory to better serve our retail customers,” said Danny.
Danny takes pride in his experienced team to help run the store and provide customers with expert professional sales and service. His entire team consists of either former band directors or working musicians. With that kind of experience, they are able to provide valuable knowledge and expert product advice for students, professionals and general music lovers alike.
You can see all their offerings of the finest selection of top brands (Bach, Selmer, Jupiter etc..) musical instruments in South Georgia on their website, www.omalleymusicalinstruments.com, including the affordable and highly praised O'Malley Brand of fine instruments.Visit them at their retail store located at 1816 S Peterson Ave, Douglas, GA 31535 (across from Fairfield Inn). Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information please contact (912) 381-6047.
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