Cambridge Pianola Company

Cambridge Pianola Company

Contact Information

  • The Limes,
    Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB4 8DR
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  • Mobile: 01223 441276
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Pianola Specialists
Repairs, restoration, for all piano-based automaticmusical instruments including Nickelodeons and Pianocorders.

We supply repair materials, manuals, music rolls and accessories.
We can provide valuations for probate and insurance.
In addition to general advice we are able to provide comprehensive quotations for restoration.

We are specialist removers of upright and grand pianolas and player pianosand will give quotations for transport within the UK and beyon


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