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Gear4music to Hold Digital Piano Fair in York
Leading music equipment retailer Gear4music is to hold a Digital Piano Fair at its headquarters in York this August, featuring experts from Casio, Korg, Roland and Yamaha.
The Digital Piano Fair is a free event, being held on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th August, and will feature some fantastic deals across a wide range of pianos.
In addition to Casio, Korg, Roland and Yamaha, Gear4music?s own superb value instruments will be on display.
The event is set to have specialist demonstrators from each brand, alongside Gear4music?s own knowledgeable staff.
Visitors will be able to get detailed answers to any questions they have about digital pianos, as well as watching regular demonstrations by top players.
Whatever digital piano you want ? for play at home or on stage ? the Gear4music Digital Piano Fair is the place to learn the most about what is available, and get the best price around.
Full details of the event, including profiles of musicians performing as well as the brands displayed, are available here.
The event is due to take place at Gear4music?s showroom in York at Unit 2, Great North Way, York Business Park, York, YO26 6RB.Posted on 9 Aug 2010 11:20 to category : Music News
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