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Bundy History
Bundy History

Bundy Mission Statement

Since 1948, Bundy has combined classic styling, superior design, and technical innovations, providing musicians around the world with instruments of superior tone and easy playability. The Bundy name represents great sound, incredible value, and high quality — for years of musical enjoyment. And all our instruments are backed by our legendary 5-year warranty.

History

As a protégé of Alexandre Selmer, George Bundy assumed management of the Selmer retail store in New York City in 1911. He immediately expanded the store’s assortment by cultivating relationships with various American band instrument and accessory manufacturers. Soon after purchasing the store from the Selmers in 1927, Bundy opened a manufacturing plant in Elkhart, Indiana.

By combining the newly emerging field of plastics refinement with quality craftsmanship, the Bundy Resonite Model 1400 clarinet was born in 1948. From this innovation, an entire line of musical instruments developed that achieved the unique combination of durability, quality, and value. This affordable option inspired the depression-ravaged music industry, and allowed families on tight budgets to play music. Subsequently, Bundy became recognized as the most popular brand of student band instruments in the world.

Today, Bundy uses computer-aided design and advanced manufacturing techniques to produce a line of instruments unparalleled in craftsmanship and affordability. These enhancements — combined with George’s original vision — make Bundy the natural choice for inspiring musical enjoyment.

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