GSG Pianos

GSG Pianos

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  • Grove House
    Wade House Road. Shelf
    Halifax, West Yorkshire HX3 7PF
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GSG Pianos is one of the North of England’s longest established piano retailers. We’ve been supplying,, moving and hiring pianos throughout Northern England, from our base in West Yorkshire for almost 30 years.
The GSG Pianos Shop is situated in the heart of the North of England between Bradford, Huddersfield and Halifax, and we have a superb stock of new pianos, used pianos and digital pianos to suit all budgets and skill levels. From the least expensive used upright piano, through the versatile digital piano range to the largest concert grand piano, we have the perfect instrument for you.
If you already have your own piano and are perfectly happy with it, we can help you look after it with our complete range of piano maintenance services – we’ve been tuning, restoring and moving pianos throughout the North of England for almost 30 years.
Graham Gribbin has owned and run GSG pianos since 1982. He’s a fully qualified, highly experienced piano tuner, technician and accomplished pianist with an unrivalled knowledge of the instruments he’s dedicated his entire working life to – take a look at the video on the right and Graham will explain exactly what you can expect when you visit GSG Pianos.
Of course, the complete sensory experience of the piano cannot be communicated in this virtual world – and we would never try. We have a real shop with real people and real enthusiasm for what we do. When you visit us, you’ll experience a huge range of new and used pianos and get authoritative answers to your questions from people who really understand their su


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