Anglesey Music Company

Anglesey Music Company

Contact Information

  • High Street Llanerchymedd
    Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey LL65 3LS
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  • Mobile: 07832 689164
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We are a retail Musical Instrument Company in Anglesey offering new and used instruments for sale, carefully selected and prepared to give you the best possible value.


When you buy a piano from Anglesey Music Co it is prepared by a first class concert grade tuner/technician, properly tuned and serviced before delivery to your home.


Bechstein Knight Kemble Bentley Challen Chappell Steinway Bluthner Broawood




Other Information

Other Categories:

Piano Shops

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