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About Us

Prozone Music is one of the foremost specialist retailers of brass and wind instruments in the UK. We offer the best prices, service and stocks.


Experience: Years of experience in all areas of the music business give Prozone Music’s team the knowledge to guide you in the right direction when choosing your instrument or accessory. From trumpeting with the LSO, performing on flute, sax and clarinet in the biggest West End shows, playing and competing with top brass bands to advising at instrument manufacturing facilities around the world, we’ve done and seen most things relevant to our business. You can be assured you’re in safe hands.

The best deal you can find anywhere: We will match any real price you can find if we’re not already offering the best deal! As one of the UK’s largest suppliers of instruments we benefit from bulk buy discounts from the biggest and best manufacturers ensuring that we offer great value to our customers. We offer great value and amazing discounts to all our customers, so don’t waste time surfing around- buy it here!

The widest choice in the country: We hold one of the widest selection of woodwind and brass instruments and accessories in the country. Thousands of brass and woodwind mouthpieces, accessories and instrument options await you. If you are tired of just looking at pictures and reviews on the internet, drop in for a testing session to see which proves to be the right choice for you. We have a large display of instruments and many more in the stores accessable for you to try. For the best experience, let us know when you are coming and we will reserve a practise studio free of charge so that you can make your choice in peace. Prozone Music staff are always on hand with advice if required but happy to make the tea if not…. Your purchase experience is guaranteed to be a pleasurable one!

Service & Repairs: Prozone Music has an extensive repair service for all brass & woodwind instruments. Brass repairs and servicing are all performed in house at a very reasonable price by our specialist technician Mark Blakeney. We endeavour to maintain a fast turn around in order that you aren't without your instrument for too long! - On the spot repairs are accomodated where possible by appointment. Fixed quotes are given when you drop your instrument in to be assessed. Woodwind repairs and instrument set up are performed by Graham De Vere White.Graham works in store on a Friday, book your instrument in for a while you wait service or repair. Larger jobs such as re pads and complete overhauls operate on a 1 week turn around.

Additionally, we use several specialist work shops for additional customization, plating, lacquer and refurbishment work. Prices and timescales are discussed when you drop in your instrument and we can discuss your needs ensuring the perfect result.

Meet the Team

  • Will Watson

    Bmus Hons ARAM LRAM


    Will began playing the trumpet at the age of 7 and as a young player he was principal trumpet of the National Youth Wind Orchestra. After studying at The Royal Academy of music with great trumpeters such as Rod Franks, John Wallace and his father James Watson, Will freelanced in London playing with some of the UK's best symphony orchestras such as the London Symphony Orchestra and top chamber ensembles. After a trial for Principal trumpet of the Birmingham Royal Ballet, he decided to see what else the world had to offer. Will joined Boosey & Hawkes Musical Instruments as European Sales representative. During this time Will travelled extensively around the world visiting the companies many manufacturing facilities and advising on product development. In addition, the experience gained at many international trade fairs has given Will an unrivalled knowledge of the instrument manufacturing, sales and distribution business. Later, Will began working for Conn-Selmer USA as the UK sales and marketing manager. Responsible for the sales and promotion of the great American brass and wind lines such as Vincent Bach, Leblanc, Selmer and Conn, Will gained a fantastic insight into the manufacture and distribution of the instruments upon which so many of us rely. Today, Will is playing again but just for fun. On GR66C or Schilke 12A4A mouthpiece and a Yamaha Gen 1 LA Bb trumpet. For playing in brass bands, Will chooses to play a GR67 #7 mouthpiece and a Prototype Besson Soveriegn 929 Bb cornet with gold brass bell.

  • Graham de Vere White

    The Jolly Repairer


    Graham De Vere White is one of the most highly respected instrument repairers in the UK. With a long carrer in instrument repair and maintainance, Grahams knowledge in this field is as full and varied as it gets and as such attracts pro and advanced players from 'the business' all around the country. As professor at Merton College, Graham taught many of the instrument repairers working today in the UK - Now dividing his time between his own Hitchin workshop and Prozone Music (along side a highly active social life with his lovely wife), Grahams calm and friendly manner will leave you confident that your instrument is in the best possible hands

  • Jonny Munn

    Jonny is a London-based Trumpet Player, specialising in Classical, Pop, Big Band/Jazz and Musical Theatre. He is a graduate of the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance studying Trumpet Performance Degree. He is a regular player with many ensembles around London and is kept busy with shows, recording sessions and function events across the country and abroad. He currently plays on a Yamaha 8335LA and GRs of frequently changing sizes.

  • Nathan Harding

    Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute

    Nathan is a saxophonist and woodwind doubler based in North London. Since studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Christian Forshaw and John Harle he has gone on to be a keen pit musician and teacher; performing at and working with venues both on and off the West End, various UK Arenas, Barbican, and the BBC Nathan is a huge fan of chamber music, having a particular interest in Minimalism (and can often be heard persuading the other members of the quartet to include it in the programme!)

  • Jack Ross

    BMus Hons


    Jack is a Trumpet Player from Buckinghamshire, specialising in Big Band, Jazz, Pop and Musical Theatre. He is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, studying Jazz Performance. He has collaborated with the likes of Tom Walsh, Georgina Jackson, Scott Stroman and the London Jazz Orchestra. He has played on shows, cruise ships, recording sessions and function events up and down the country. He currently plays on a Carl Fisher Warburton trumpet and Phil Parker Studio mouthpiece.