Time & Tune (Blackburn)

Time & Tune (Blackburn)

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  • Eldon Place
    53 Preston New Road
    Blackburn, Lancashire BB2 6AY
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Established in 1986, Time and Tune has a reputation for the high quality and range of its products and for the Time and Tune of Blackburn - image of Pianoprofessional advice freely given by its qualified staff. Above all, the emphasis is on friendly and personal service to all customers, regardless of age or musical ability.

We are your local stockists of many typTime and Tune of Blackburn - image of Violines of keyboard, piano, string, brass and woodwind instruments.

We are agents for numerous instrument manufacturers, including Besson, Buffet, Casio, Jupiter, Kemble pianos, Trevor James, Vincent Bach and Yamaha.

We have a comprehensive online shopping section, where you are able to buy a large number of sheet music titles.


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