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Key Player - Piano Shop on Elm Row, Edinburgh. Review

Updated on July 18, 2013

A great chance to experience the beauty of the music world is to visit Key Player, a piano shop on Elm Row, Edinburgh in Scotland. It can share only the best values that have been accumulated all this period of time since it was opened in 1967. From the very beginning of its
appearance it has always been close to its customer preferences and provided the best service. The owner of the shop put his store’s success down to excellent staff training and customer care.
The first feeling you get when enter the shop is the nice atmosphere that makes you feel you arrived at right place where you will have the chance to try any musical instrument you wish and where you will get a professional advice from highly qualified staff with many years of experience.


Instrument Categories and Music related products that you can find at Key Player, piano shop in Edinburgh:

  • Digital Pianos
  • Keyboards
  • Synthesizers
  • Refurb / Ex Demo / Used Deals
  • Sound
  • Modules
  • Keyboard & Piano Accessories
  • Classical Organs
  • Hammond Organs
  • MIDI
  • Controllers & Computer Music
  • Printed Music
  • Digital Hymnal
  • Speakers / Amplification
  • Musical Miscellaneous
  • Gift Ideas

According to the piano shop reviews, from the category of Digital pianos, the following models are the best:

Casio CDP120;
Yamaha P35;
Casio CDP220;
Casio PX150;
Yamaha P105 Portable Piano.

Casio Privia PX350;
Yamaha YDP141;
Casio Celviano AP250;
Yamaha Arius YDP161;
Casio Celviano AP450;

Yamaha P155;
Casio AP650;
Yamaha CLP430;
Yamaha CLP440;
Yamaha Clavinova CLP470;
Kawai CN34;
Yamaha Clavinova CVP601;

Yamaha CLP480;
Kawai CS9;
Yamaha CVP609;
Yamaha NU1 Hybrid Piano
Yamaha AvantGrand N1
Yamaha AvantGrand N2 Hybrid Piano
Yamaha AvantGrand N3 Hybrid Piano.

According to Key Player reviews, from the category of Yamaha Keyboards 2013, the best ones are the following:
Yamaha PSRE333;
Yamaha NPV60 Keyboard;
Yamaha PSRS950 Keyboard;

Yamaha NPV80

Key Player, offers a lot of valuable information about questions potential buyers may ask visiting the piano shop in Edinburgh. We all know that it is quite difficult to make a decision when you want to buy a digital piano or keyboard. It is always puzzling and most of the time, energy consuming. That’s why the piano shop in Edinburgh has decided to offer some guidelines to all interested customers, providing all the necessary information that will help to make a well considered decision concerning the purchase of a digital piano or keyboard.

Today, Key Player is one of the best UK piano shops chosen by Yamaha to be a specialist Yamaha Homeworld centre in recognition of the choice on display and the service provided.

The shop has launched a "Yamaha Music Point" music school recently.

It offers group or individual lessons in:

  • Keyboard
  • Guitar
  • Drums

Independently of Yamaha Music Point we will also be offering group and individual piano lessons.

Yamaha Music Schools have always used a proven and fun teaching method based on "Listen", "Copy", "Play" and later "Read" Music. The school has classes starting for ages 6+, also offering tailored classes for all interested young children, teenagers and adults.

You can find out all the necessary information about the shop, the offered products, the Yamaha Music School, and much more, visiting the shop on Elm Row, Edinburgh or just visiting the website.

You will be welcomed warmly and you will be pleasantly surprised by the nice exciting atmosphere of the digital pianos and keyboard's world. A world that has so much to offer for everyone!

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Key Player - Edinburgh piano shop that offers a wide selection of all things keyboard including Scotland’s largest display of digital pianos


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