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  • 154 Sidwell Street
    Exeter, Devon EX4 6RT
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Founded in April 2007 and following on from the success of Exeter Music Shop, Pianoroom continues to be one of the premier suppliers
of keyboards and pianos in the Southwest.

Co-owners Keith Farnell and David Bishop, with their many years' experience working within the music business, are committed to offering some of the highest levels of knowledge and customer service available. Their "nothing's too much trouble" attitude has earned them an enviable reputation and a very large and loyal customer base, which continues to grow day by day.

If you are looking for an up to the minute keyboard, digital or acoustic piano, either as a beginner or an accomplished player, come to the beautifully presented Pianoroom showrooms and you will see and hear the best that YAMAHA, ROLAND, CASIO, STEINBACH, BENTLEY, WALDSTEIN and others have to offer. You will also have a choice of previously owned instruments at very reasonable prices.

Alternatively, for a competitive price quotation or general product inquiry, just call Keith or David on 01392 436258 to discuss your requirements in detail. If you prefer to send an email, you will normally receive a reply the same day.

Pianoroom is situated on the ground floor of Musicroom, which is ideally located just two minutes walk from Exeter bus station and the King William multi-storey car park.


Mondays to Saturdays - 9am to 5:30pm
Bank Holidays - 10am to 4pm


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