I never dreamed it could be this easy to learn to play! In just a very short time, the Lowrey virtual orchestra instrument allowed me to play nearly any song I wanted and sound almost like a professional. Not only have I fulfilled my dream of being able to play an instrument like this, but I have also met many wonderful people in the music club that I can now call my friends. My many thanks to Fletcher Music Center and staff!!!
So this place sells outdated organs and sells lessons as well, taking that their target audience is the elderly....any ways, i was in front of their store and they had an organ on display...the organ was placed just outside of there store looking like it was to attract customers into the store. I stroll up with my son to check out the organ and played a few notes to see how it sounded, all of the sudden i hear a womens voice yelling at me " Sir, dont do that" i was appauled thinking, i have never been to a music store where they wouldnt let you try it out...considering it was out on display...some thoughts for the manager...its not like you have a line out the door with eager students or customer who are spending that kind of money on a tacky outdated instrument. (Consider you can do more with a Korg Triton, for around 2500) than you can with your product...get with the times already. That being said, take the time and welcome people who show any interest in your store
This company advertises 6 lessons for $20 for customers. This must not include potential service customers, or music purchases. Apparently lessons are only if you're going to buy an organ from them. My mom signed up for lessons but when she arrived for her fourth lesson, she was asked to leave. The gentleman didn't give her a reason at the time - just asked her to leave. When she arrived home embarrassed and upset my dad called Fletcher Music. They told him it was because she purchased a used Lowrey organ from an acquaintance and not from them. What a TERRIBLE way to treat someone. They could have done the courtesy of informing her over the phone rather than humiliating her in the store. This would be like a Honda dealership kicking you out of their store because you bought a used Honda from someone else. Good dealerships do not operate that way.