JOSEFS PIANOS
5 - 7 Bridge St
Rothwell
Northamptonshire
NN14 6EW

United Kingdom


Tel: 01536 710529


Shop Opening Hours


10:00am to 5:00pm

Monday to Saturday

Evenings by appointment


Free parking nearby


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One of the largest showrooms of new and used piano’s in the Midlands. We are a family business established for over 30 years. We sell both new and used pianos and believe it is important to offer a wide range of makes to choose from. By getting to know the best pianos to stock and preparing them to a high standard, we have built up a great deal of knowledge and expertise over the years. We always offer a warm and friendly welcome, Jon & Chris.

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Josef’s Pianos

5 - 7 Bridge Street

Rothwell

Northamptonshire

NN14 6EW

United Kingdom


Tel: 01536 710529


Shop Opening Hours:

10am - 5.00pm

Monday to Saturday

Evenings by appointment

Find us on

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 Buying a piano:- Grand or Upright?

There is nothing to match the sheer beauty of a grand piano in the right setting and they have become more popular lately with the interest in home improvement and design. The classic lines can be the finishing touch to a new home or house extension. There are a range of sizes and it is surprising how one can suit even a small room. We can provide floor templates to help you judge if a grand is possible and what size would fit best.

The most important thing about grand pianos is of course the lovely full sound they produce. They also have different playing characteristics when compared to an upright. Essentially they allow more sensitive playing and therefore provide a wider range of sound. They also offer easier repetition of notes. If you will be working at higher levels or just enjoy the piano a lot then a grand is well worth considering for all these reasons.

To help you compare between a grand or upright, we can show you the different factors in more detail at the shop, but the real key is to experience them, and then …well ….go on, ... tempt yourself! You might be surprised just how reasonably priced they are now.