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Mark Ireland Pianos: 
10 West Town Lane,  Brislington,  Bristol,  BS4
Casio, Kawai, Roland and Yamaha Authorised dealer of 
£100 - £10000

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This website is a major source of information for the promotion of digital pianos and other musical equipment in the Bristol area.

Purchasing a new instrument should be done in an environment where the buyer can physically choose from the many models on offer- assess the action, tone and have help in discovering just how much more a modern digital piano can do. Sales are currently carried out entirely in store and not on line.

My piano delivery service is value for money and peace of mind- how easy it is to slip with a screwdriver or damage a panel!

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