Oxfordshire, England Piano Shops

Looking for that new or second-hand piano? Below is a list of piano retailers selling pianos in the UK. Some of these shops have their stock of pianos listed on our site. Click here to enter Database of pianos for sale or go to your county below to find your nearest piano retailer. If you need advice about a piano why not visit our Piano Forum and ask there.

 

Search within these results:

Results

The Piano Gallery

13-15 London Street
Faringdon, Oxfordshire SN7 7AE
England

At the Piano Gallery, we stock a wide range of new, used and reconditioned pianos to suit every budget. Undoubtedly, the best way to select a piano, ...

Courtney Pianos

43 Botley Road
Oxford, Oxfordshire OX2 OBN
England

We are specialists retailer of traditional pianos - particularly the better-known makes/models built between the 1890s and 1940s. Based in Oxford, our...

Roberts Pianos (Oxford)

87, St. Clements St
Oxford, Oxfordshire OX4 1AR
England

We stock over 100 top quality new, modern and traditional grand,
baby grand and upright pianos.

OUR HISTORY
The Roberts family ...

Mildren Pianos Ltd

36 New Yatt Road
witney
Witney, Oxfordshire ox28 1nz
England

Mildren Pianos is based in Witney, Oxfordshire. Established in early 1988, and located in the small market town of Witney, Oxfordshire, we provide a ...

Taylor Pianos Ltd

Unit 15 Wroslyn Road Industrial Estate,
Wroslyn Road,
Freeland, Oxfordshire OX29 8HZ
England

Buying a piano is a big investment – financially, and also both in terms of the space it will occupy in your home

Featured Listings

  • Cheshire Pianos

    Woodacre Farm
    Warrington Road
    Lymm, Cheshire WA139BT
    England

    As well as a large selection of New and

  • Little & Lampert Pianos

    38 Joel Street
    Northwood Hills
    Northwood, London HA6 1PA
    England

    We are importers and distributors of new and




Buying a piano
Buying a piano is much like buying a house. You have to look around first to find out what exactly you want. By studying what is available both online and in piano shops, auctions, newspaper listings etc, you get a better feel for the kind of the piano you want and how much it is likely to cost. You then visit and try out the pianos. When you buy a house, you get a surveyor to look at it. The surveyor will crush any unrealistic dreams you may have of the house. When you buy a second-hand piano, you get a piano tuner-technician to look at it. A piano is essentially a big box with string in. Unless you are an expert yourself, you won't know what to look for.
You can find many second-pianos for sale on shops websites. Save yourself a trip by asking the right questions via e-mail or by telephone at the piano shop. Has it got a guarantee?
What colour is it?
Is there a photo?
How old is it?
Who were the last owners?
Is there anything wrong with it?
is it tuned up to concert pitch A440?
Who are the makers?
Never buy a piano without trying it out first. It's advisable though not necessary to have a piano technician check it out.