Rate of GST payable for sale of Musical instruments, parts and accessories

 

 

Musical instruments, parts and accessories, GST applicable in India


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Rate of GST payable for sale of Musical instruments, parts and accessoriesMusical instruments, parts and accessories falls under HSN code chapter 92 of GST commodity tariff schedule.  The details about GST rate changes for sale of Musical instruments, parts, and accessories are being updated here.  The notification changes on exemptions for GST for sale of Musical instruments, parts, and accessories and other circulars related to GST for Musical instruments, parts and accessories are updated in this website.

 

Update on 18th May, 2017: GST rates for goods

NIL GST RATE;

1. Indigenous handmade musical instruments

28% GST RATE;

Al goods not specified elsewhere.

1. 9201 Pianos, including automatic pianos; harpsi-chords and other keyboard stringed instruments

 

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                                      Present rate        new rate

9201       Pianos, including automatic pianos; harpsi-chords            28%                 18%

               and other keyboard stringed instruments

 

2. 9202 Other string musical instruments (for example, guitars, violins, harps).

 

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                      Present rate        new rate

9202       Other string musical instruments                    28%                   18%

              (for example, guitars, violins, harps)

 

 3. 9203, 9204 – Blank in Tariff.

 4. 9205 Wind musical instruments (for example, keyboard pipe organs, accordions, clarinets, trumpets, bagpipes), other than fairground organs and mechanical street organs

 

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                            Present rate        new rate

9205       Wind  musical  instruments  (for  example,                  28%             18%

               keyboard  pipe  organs, accordions, clarinets,

                trumpets, bagpipes), other than fairground organs

                and mechanical street organs

 

5. 9206 Percussion musical instruments (for example, drums, xylophones, cymbols, castanets, maracas)

 

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                                    Present rate        new rate

9206 00 00         Percussion  musical  instruments                        28%                 18%

                           (for  example,  drums,  xylophones, cymbols, castanets, maracas)

 

6. 9207 Musical instruments, the sound of which is produced, or must be amplified, electrically (for example, organs, guitars, accordions)

 

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                            Present rate        new rate

9207       Musical  instruments, the sound of which is                 28%             18%

               produced, or must be amplified, electrically

               (for example, organs, guitars, accordions)

 

7. 9208 Musical boxes, fairground organs, mechanical street organs, mechanical singing birds, musical saws and other musical instruments not falling within any other heading of this chapter; decoy calls of all kinds; whistles, call horns and other mouth-blown sound signalling instruments

 

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                                                 Present rate        new rate

9208       Musical boxes, fairground organs, mechanical street organs,         28%             18%

               Mechanical singing birds, musical saws and other musical

               instruments not falling within any other heading of this chapter;

               decoy calls of all kinds; whistles,  call  horns  and  other  mouth-blown

               sound  signalling instruments

 

 8. 9209 Parts (for example, mechanisms for musical boxes) and accessories (for example, cards, discs and rolls for mechanical instruments) of musical instruments; metronomes, tuning forks and pitch pipes of all kinds.]

 

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                                      Present rate        new rate

9209      Parts (for example, mechanisms for musical boxes)           28%                18%

              and accessories (for example, cards, discs and rolls for

              mechanical instruments) of musical instruments;

              metronomes, tuning forks and pitch pipes of all kinds

 

Goods and Service Tax (GST) rate tariff in India is designed in 6 categories of goods and services.  Four main GST rate slabs framed with Essential goods and services, Standard goods and services and luxury goods and services with 5%, 12%, 18% and 28% respectively.  Commonly used Goods and Services at 5%, Standard Goods and Services fall under 1st slab at 12%, Standard Goods and Services fall under 2nd Slab at 18% and Special category of Goods and Services including luxury - 28%.   The most essential goods and services attract nil rate of GST under Exempted Categories.     Luxury goods and services and certain specific goods and services   attract additional cess than 28% GST. 

 

Rate of GST payable for sale of Musical instruments, parts and accessories

No GST on sale of Indigenous handmade musical instruments

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The above information about GST rate on commodities under HSN code mentioned above commonly clarifies on questions explained under:

Amount of GST tax on Pianos musical instrument

What is the GST rate on harpist-chords instrument?

How much GST on keyboard stringed instruments?

GST tariff on string musical instruments (guitars, violins and harps)

Indian GST charges on wind musical instruments (clarinets, trumpets and bagpipes)

GST duty on Percussion musical instruments (drums, xylophones, cymbals, castanets and maracas)

GST tax on Musical instruments

Goods and Service Tax rate on Musical boxes, fairground organs, mechanical street organs and mechanical singing birds

Goods and Service Tax slab on tuning forks of musical instrument

GST slab on pitch pipes of musical instrument

GST slab rate on musical instrument parts and accessories (cards, discs and rolls for mechanical instruments)


No  GST payable on sale of Indigenous handmade musical instruments 


Comments


Aparna Sridhar : This is Aparna Sridhar, Editor of Saamagaana The First Melody, a classical music magazine being published from Bangalore. I saw a post by you on GST on musical instruments. Do you think you could write an article for the magazine on how high GST is on musical instruments compared to other products. And how does it impact music. I do hope you can write for us. The deadline for our next issue is around June 18. The magazine is circulated in libraries, to musicians, and to the government. It is now in its third successful year of functioning.

akila: hi i want to know does piano keyboard price increases ?? pls let me know

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