Gem Digital Pianos (No longer in production from June 2009)
Gem digital pianos are not very well known in the UK. Gem (Also known as General Music) were mostly sold in Europe, especially in Italy where they were produced. The Gem line up consists of digital and baby grand digital pianos.
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"The most important thing you need from a digital piano when you're learning is a realistic touch. A good piano sound and a minimum of 4 touch sensitivity levels (pp, mp, mf and f) are also important. Other factors such as: dimensions, weight, colour, 'bells and whistles', shouldn't really be a deciding factor in your purchase", Graham Howard, Piano Advisor and Author
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If you need advice on digital pianos you can either send an email to grahamhowardukpianos.co.uk or call 020 8367 2080.
1) Click here to read the report "Which Digital Piano To Buy" by piano advisor, Graham Howard
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UK Pianos Shop, Enfield, North London – Call 020 8367 2080
Open Monday to Saturday 10am to 6pm (8 parking spaces)
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Gem PRP7 Digital Piano
The Gem PRP 7 portable digital piano. Ideal for carrying around on gigs.
Retail Price £629
Gem PRP8 Digital Piano
Gem PRP 8 portable digital piano.
Retail Price £759
Gem RP700 Digital Piano
Gem RP 700 Digital Piano real piano series. Gem's budget model. Using latest 'Drake technology', Gem have produced a realistic sounding digital piano. The RP 700 has 2 x 40 watt speakers which is unusual for a starter model.
Retail Price £949
Gem RP800 Digital Piano
Gem RP 800 Digital Piano real piano series. Using latest 'Drake technology', Gem have produced a realistic sounding digital piano. This model is also available in Rosewood for ?200 less.
Retail Price £1449
Gem ProMega 2 Digital Piano
Gem ProMega2 professional digital stage piano. This model uses the same DRAKE technology as the higher model but is at a lower price point.
Retail Price £1499
Gem ProMega 3 Digital Piano
Gem ProMega3. A professional digital piano that represents a revolution in the concepts and technology applied to keyboards. The Promega 3 is also the first application of DRAKE proprietary technology. (Dsp-Risk-Advanced-Keyboard-Engine).
Retail Price £1999
Gem Genesys Digital Baby Grand Piano
Gem's only digital baby grand piano. The Genesys, with it's compact cabinet, fits nicely into the corner of most rooms. The Genesys has a very realistic piano sound.
Retail Price £4999
I have just bought an older second hand Gem Nova DP 40 Digital Piano but
there is no operating manual with it and I need a circuit design also for it
– if you could direct me to the manufacturer or some place I could obtain a
manual I would be most grateful.
Reply/ Hi Gail
Try here: http://www.generalmusic.us/
Links to other Gem websites:
Gem Digital Pianos
All digital pianos
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