What we do

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LS Music is the largest music dealer for Yamaha Music Malaysia.

Our first outlet started on 13 July 1989 in Melawati, Kuala Lumpur, later relocated, and we now have five branches distributed between Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. The outlets are in D'pulze Cyberjaya, Metro Kajang, Bangi Gateway, Wangsa Walk in Wangsa Maju and Great Eastern Mall in Jalan Ampang.

As a music shop and a Yamaha dealer we not only sell a wide variety of music instruments but offer music lessons as well. The music instruments we deal in are acoustic pianos, electronic keyboard instruments, acoustic guitars, electric guitars and basses, drum sets, violins, brass instruments, woodwind instruments and many others.

LS Music Sdn. Bhd. not only offers the Yamaha Music Courses but lessons based the UK Examination Board system as well. We provide music lessons for a wide age group of children and as young as from three (3) years of age onwards for a variety of instruments including vocal as well.

Music lessons are offered on all types of instruments sold. All levels of the Yamaha Music Courses are offered beginning from Music Wonderland for 3 year olds up to the Special Advanced Courses.

The teachers who teach the Yamaha Music Courses are specially trained to teach the courses. Those who opt for the non-Yamaha Music Courses are taught the syllabuses based on the UK Examination Board from grades to diploma level.

The UK examination boards are, Associate Board of Royal School of Music (ABRSM), Trinity/Guildhall Exams and London College of Music (LCM).
To support the various courses and examination syllabuses we have a good collection of music books for sale that are published locally and overseas e.g. Rhythm Publications, Poco Poco Series, Oxford, ABRSM and many more.

The founder, Ms Woo Lai Sim, is proud to say from its inception on 13 July 1989, not only LS Music Sdn Bhd has grown to be the largest Yamaha franchisee across Malaysia but has taught over 200, 000 students.


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