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Yamaha Music London

Shopping, Musical instruments Soho
5 out of 5 stars
(8user reviews)
Yamaha Music London

Time Out says

A humongous music shop in central London, with full-size grand pianos, drum kits and all manner of guitars (and the rest), all of which you can try out.



Address: 152-160
Wardour Street
Transport: Tube: Tottenham Court Rd
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Users say (8)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.4 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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  • 1 star:1
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1 of 1 found helpful

Amazing service by staff, very friendly - definitely a musician's dream space!

1 of 1 found helpful

The staff are really friendly and know what they talk about. The service is efficient and if you are a music lover, that place is like Heaven!

I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at the beautiful store. I loved trying out the different pianos that were best for me with the friendly and helpful staff. I am excited to return to the store again in the future to see the amazing range it has. 

This is a unique music store with the wow factor! The products are awesome whether you are a beginner like me or a professional musician. The staff are friendly and extremely knowledgeable.  Shopping here is always a pleasure.

Amazing synthesizers and digital pianos, lots of staff around to help with questions (and they seemed happy to negotiate on price too!). Even if you're not looking for an upright or grand piano, go upstairs to the piano room (the room with the huge windows in the photos) - it's absolutely stunning.

 Great store, helpful staff and most of all an awesome range of instruments to choose from! :)

Great store, helpful staff and most of all a great range of products to choose from. 

0 of 1 found helpful

Rude unhelpful staff. I am just starting up a piano studio and wanted to buy a couple of pianos. Needless to say I wanted to try them out first before parting with all the money but when I sat down to play on them all the staff there was doing was turning my volume down with an annoyed face. This was not me playing loud mind you. I hope that the manager will sort their staff out soon. I am certainly not buying there.

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