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As a family business, we have specialised in supplying pianos for over 30 years now. They have become part of our way of life! We sell both new and used pianos and we believe it is important to offer a wide range of makes to choose from.

By getting to know the best pianos to stock and preparing them to a high standard, we have built up a great deal of knowledge and expertise over the years. We always like to offer a warm and friendly welcome so you can share this experience and benefit from the advice we have to offer.

Buying a piano is an important purchase. Your child may be starting a musical interest or you may be seeking the special piano you`ve always dreamt of. Choosing a piano, though, is not an easy task and we understand when customers say they just don’t know where to start.

Our commitment is to help you learn more about pianos so you can make a well informed choice. Whether you are just beginning or have played for many years, it makes such a difference when you find the right piano and it is a much safer investment as well.


We sell

  • Bechstein
  • Petrof
  • Yamaha
  • Kawai
  • Kemble
  • Reid-Sohn
  • Waldstein
  • Gehr.Steinberg
  • Weber
  • Steinmeyer
  • Quality Used Digital


Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 5.30pm.  Evenings by appointment.

There is plenty of free long term parking just along Bridge St on the Market Place.



Contact Information

  • 5 Bridge St
    Kettering, Northamptonshire NN14 6EW
  • Phone: View Phone
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Piano Shops

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