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Publié le 03/24/10 à 10:09
I'm from the North East of France in Reims, and I also know that the store is Manoel Music training "live" in their store on YAMAHA PSR S700/710, s900/910 PSR, Tyros and CVP.
These courses last about 2 hours and customers handle their keyboard in the same time as the technician.
It's more alive than a DVD because they can share their knowledge and questions with other users ... In addition, small gifts given at the end of training are very useful.
I myself received training with my wife who is not a musician for our CVP405 and I can tell you we are delighted with this service.
The salesman / technician is very knowledgeable and we use today (finally) our piano to its full capacity.
So please inquire directly with the music store manoel in Reims.
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