Denis Wick retains gold standard with latest covers

The popularity of Denis Wick stretchable bell covers is down to a combination of respect, trust and excellence according to one its of its leading retail sellers.

Denis Wick
  Denis Wick has now started to produce the stretchable bell covers

Over half a century of product excellence and worldwide trust are just a couple of the reasons why Denis Wick stretchable bell covers have become best sellers according to one of their UK's leading retailers.

Gold standard

"There's no doubt it,"Ronnie Tennant of Band Supplies told 4BR. "The name Denis Wick has been the 'gold standard' for quality ever since their first iconic mouthpieces created a revolution all those years ago.

They are one of the few manufactures in our industry to have been presented with a Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade.

At a time when customers seek reassurance, value for money and quality it is the names built on decades of respect, trust and excellence that make the lasting mark — and this has certainly been the case with their stretchable bell covers.

Denis Wick is a trusted brand and Band Supplies has been honoured to work with them for over 40 yearsBand Supplies


He added: "Denis Wick is a trusted brand and Band Supplies has been honoured to work with them for over 40 years.

They are clear with what the product is designed to do and how it should be used effectively. The response from our customers reflects this and shows just why Denis Wick remains as a worldwide success story."

Find out more

To find out more go to: https://www.bandsupplies.co.uk/collections/brass-brass-accessories/products/denis-wick-stretchable-bell-cover

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