Piano lessons North Vancouver
Long & McQuade > North Vancouver
Long & McQuade North Vancouver, 1363 Main St., is located on the south side of Main St., conveniently two blocks west of the Iron Worker's Memorial Bridge (Second Narrows). Easiest access to our parking lot is via Lynn Avenue.
Travelling from Vancouver, head north on Hwy 1 over the bridge and take Exit 23A, follow to Lynn Avenue and take a left into the parking lot.
Coming from West Vancouver, head south on Hwy 1 down the cut and take Exit 23A. Turn right on Main St. and left on Lynn Avenue.
We're also located only two blocks west of the Phibbs bus exchange.
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Epiphone (China) Slash Rosso Corsa Les Paul - Rosso Red
Price: , 179.00
Yorkville U15P Powered Sub-woofer
Sale Price: , 185.00
Original Price: , 975.00
Ibanez JD9 Jet Driver
Services Offered at This Location
Long & McQuade North Vancouver Offers:
- Most of the major brands of musical instruments, music software and professional audio equipment.
- Daily, weekly and monthly rentals of instruments and audio equipment.
- Easy musician-friendly financing options
- Guitar repair shop with qualified luthier (Thursday - Saturday)
- Music Lesson Centre with qualified teachers. Lessons available in guitar, drums, woodwinds, brass, piano, voice, violin & more. For more info, contact the Lesson Centre at 604-986-3118.
About our North Vancouver Location
Long & McQuade North Vancouver may look like a small store when driving by, but walk in and you'll see that we're actually one of the larger stores in BC with a 13, 000 sq.ft. sales floor featuring one of the largest curved guitar walls in the chain. We have a separate acoustic guitar and bass room and we're the only store in BC to stock Pedal Steel guitars.
Long & McQuade North Vancouver's not just a guitar store, we have a top notch PA rental department with a huge selection of pro audio, lighting, projectors and DJ equipment available. We also feature a Strings & Band department with a private try-out room and a large selection of print music.