Quality Without Compromise
Every piano that we offer for sale has been expertly prepared in our workshop, where our team of piano tuners and technicians deal with each instrument individually. This is how we achieve the best possible results and maintain the stringent high-quality standards which our company is known for.
We source only the finest parts, materials and equipment from the long-established and most reputable trade suppliers in the UK, Europe and Japan; opposed to cheaper alternatives made elsewhere in the world, which compromise on quality and performance to satisfy a low price.
Great attention is paid to the use of the right materials, appropriate for the individual instrument.
Some parts, particularly for older pianos, may no longer be available as a standardised stock item from most suppliers. The combination of our experience, traditional methods and the use of modern, state of the art equipment give us the unique ability to fashion parts and materials completely from scratch.
Our aim is always the same, for every piano to look, perform and sound just as it should.
Due to this, our pianos enjoy long lives within the homes of many musicians, music teachers, recording studios and academic institutions.
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The word 'reconditioned' has unfortunately been abused over the last decades by unscrupulous dealers who have completely degraded the original meaning of this terminology. Sadly, for the buyer, there is no piano authority who can regulate the marketing strategies of piano dealers in the UK, but there are thing that you, as a consumer can look out for.