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By: Ramon P.
Valley Music Center
Had honor of playin Horowitz' Steinway. Like walking on airwhile delivering thundering lowsand beautiful mids & highs. Tried showroom Steinway also. All I cansay is "STEINWAY WOW!"Valley Music Center a friendly, professional piano paradise..
By: Char P.
Valley Music Center
Hans was very friendly and informative. I was so honored to have an opportunity to spend time with the beautiful piano the great Horiwitz played.....a once in a lifetime experience thanks to Valley Music Center!
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By: Christian M.
The Tone Shop
I brought in my vintage Gibson ES 125 for a cleaning of the scratchy pots. It came back with smooth operating controls and a full set up, including a correctly adjusted truss rod. They did a great job at a very fair price. Highly recommended.
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By: Kristeen K.
Valley Music Center
Everything about my experience with this place was outstanding. They worked with me on price, and Steinway offered short-term 0 % interest financing. I'm sure the salesman, Christian, would have liked to have sold me a more expensive model every bit as much as i would have liked to have bought one had i been able to afford it, but still, the entire company made me feel as though I was buying the greatest product ever made. (For the amount of money I paid, I did get the greatest instrument ever manufactured in my opinion.)Delivery men were very young but were thoroughly professional, helpful, and courteous. They went to great lengths to get my old baby grand piano, which I needed moved to a relative's home the day the new one arrived, into its new location, which was an old farmhouse with narrow doorways.if a person is willing to spend just a small amount more than he or she might otherwise have spent, the customer can own a Steinway-designed instrument as opposed to something substantially inferior to anything designed by Steinway.. It's worth every cent. And customers are treated extremely well by the associates of this company. i could not recommend any business more highly.
By: Thomas A.
The Tone Shop
THEY ARE OPEN and Great! phone number 559 486 8663. They're great on amp and guitar repairs and set-ups. They also have consignment service. Jim and Jennifer are perfect for this business. Staff is educated, knowledgeable and many years of experience.
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