North West Piano Centre

North West Piano Centre
4.25 star(s) from 4 votes

New and used Pianos, Specialising
in YAMAHA and KAWAI upright and Grand piano sales.

We have a carefully selected range of fine quality pianos on display in our showroom. We are committed to giving expert advice and pride ourselves on offering a quality service before, during and after your piano purchase.

When visiting The North West Piano Centre, customers are encouraged to play as many pianos as they choose for as long as they wish, to ensure the piano you buy is the right piano for you.

Every piano is different and they do vary. No two models off the same production line will be the same, with slight variations to tone and touch. The difference between the pianos can only be experienced by sitting and playing. We believe choosing a piano should be a personal choice by the individual. A piano can not be experienced on the Internet. You should never buy a piano on appearance alone. So, before a piano makes it into our showroom, it has to make it through our workshops.
All our pianos are individually prepared in our own workshops, A piano has 5,000 separate components which are thoroughly checked by our experienced technicians for damage or excessive wear and repaired or replaced where necessary, customers are more than welcome to view the work in progress. Before leaving our showroom every piano is quality checked and tuned to concert pitch to ensure they are playing to their full potential.
We count ourselves fortunate to have several tutors from The Royal Northern College of Music, Chethams School of Music and Manchester Grammar School amongst our customers.

Quality restored Yamaha and Kawai pianos, at approximately half the cost of new.

Contact Information

  • I-Mex Business Park,
    Hamilton Road.
    Longsight, Greater Manchester M13 0PD
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