Trevada Music

Trevada Music

We consider ourselves much more than just another music shop. At Trevada Music we have the knowledge and experience to help you make the right decision.

New pianos we stock are Steinmayer, Weber, Yamaha, Kawai and  Kemble

Trial Hire

This scheme available on selected instruments.

When you think of buying an instrument you don't always know what you're in for. A good saxophone, for instance, is not to be purchased lightly. So it seems only fair to let you hire it, up to four months, for just 15% of its purchase price before committing to buy.

If after the hire you decide you weren't made for each other, return it and owe us nothing. Or on the other hand, if you and your woodwind are a team, pay for it. You may opt to spread the balance over the next eight months interest free or pay the balance in which case you could qualify for a 25% discount.

Trevada Music's trial hire scheme offers a huge choice of instruments, so you'll understand why musicians come to us from across the UK.

Hours of opening:
Sunday - Closed
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Saturday 9.00 - 5.30

Contact Information

  • 9 Chapel Street
    Camborne, Cornwall TR14 8EF
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Other Information

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Piano Shops

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