Stamford Music Shop

Stamford Music Shop
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Contact Information

  • 11, St. Mary's Hill
    Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2DP
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Music shop established in 1963 we stock a large variety of instruments and have just branched out. We now have a dedicated piano showroom within walking distance of the original shop. We stock new and secondhand pianos, acoustic and electric. As well as keyboards, stands and stools. We can arrange evening viewings by appointment.

We have a wide range of acoustic and electric pianos (new and used) as well as keyboards

In addition, we stock:

  • a wide range of modern piano stools (including duet stools) in colours to suit
  • a huge range of composer's busts
  • wooden music stands
  • a variety of local art


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Piano Shops

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