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1363 Main St, North Vancouver, BC, V7J 1C4
Long & McQuade is the largest chain of musical instrument retailers in Canada, with 56 locations from British Columbia to Newfoundland. This means that if you're a touring musician, you'll have the benefit of dealing with a familiar store with consistent sales, supply, service and support no matter where your home base is. Long & McQuade is famous for our variety and range of musical instruments and professional audio products. Whether you're looking for a flugelhorn or the latest Special Edition Gibson guitar, you'll find it with us. You can enjoy the convenience of seeing and comparing various options all under one roof and can often walk away on the spot with your product of choice. Featuring: • 30 Day Price Guarantee • 30 Day Return/Exchange Policy • Rentals • In-Store Financing • Used Instruments Bought and Sold • Non-Commissioned Salespeople • Repairs and Service • Support Staff • The Long & McQuade Performance Warranty • Canada's Largest Print Music Retailer • Music Education Centres
118 Hanes Avenue, North Vancouver, BC, V7P 3P7
At Vancouver Music Gallery we believe nothing compares to the live sound of a piano, guitar, violin or other musical instrument. We are not just saying that because we are a music store. In our busy modern lives, most of us are acquainted with music through CDs, MP3s, Computers, iPods, etc. As such, many of us have, in certain ways, lost our experience of live music, especially at home. Playing music at home is considered to be one of the most powerful means of getting family members and friends together more often, to get children more involved in useful activities and, last but not least, help kids improve their cognitive and social abilities. It’s difficult to describe or measure exactly what music at home can do, but it certainly is a source of enjoyment and relaxation - a form of play. It brings art into the home. It brings people together. And there's a vast difference between listening to a concerto, a folk song, or a violin solo on your Ipod and playing on an actual piano, accompanying your singing with your own acoustic guitar, or practicing a new piece on your violin. In today's society, we are more likely to move towards “cool” electronics. Playing with electronic gadgets can certainly be considered a talent and one might argue that it can increase cognitive abilities, but it does not bring people together. At Vancouver Music Gallery, our main goal as a music store is to help our society, starting with the local North Vancouver community, become more involved in playing and listening to live music.
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