Free delivery anywhere in mainland UK.
Wooden stand and 3 pedals
Free piano stool
2 Year Home Warranty
Rent-to-Buy from £39 per month.
Rental goes towards the price, more info
88 full-size Keys
Fully-weighted and touch sensitive
Sliding wooden key cover (covers the keys when not in use)
14 instrument voices
64 note polyphony
1 drum kit
1 sound effect
Touch response normal, off, soft, hard
8 Reverb options
MIDI local control
3 pedals: damper (sustain), soft, sostenuto
LED multi function display
50 demo songs
2 track recorder (18,000 notes)
Main, layer, split, metronome, demo, low equalizer gain,
high equaliser gain, effect, reverb
Stereo Line IN
Stereo Line OUT
Headphone jacks x 2
Speakers 16.5cm (6.5 inches) stereo: 2 x 15 watts
Width 138cm (54 inches)
Depth 44.5cm (17.5 inches)
Height 84cm (33 inches)
Black, Dark Rosewood, White
Base of pedal console is black and feet are black on dark rosewood and black models
Buy From UK Pianos and You Get All This:
- FREE 2 Year UK Warranty (all parts and labour covered)
- 60 Day Trial Period (If it isn’t as good as you expected, we collect the piano at our cost and give you a full refund)
- Safe Shopping (UK Pianos are an authorised main dealer for this piano range)
- Peace of Mind (see reviews of UK Pianos shop on Trustpilot: the number 1 review site)
- Owner’s Manual (operating guide in English and other languages, assembly instructions, computer related operations, and more)
The piano comes flat-packed and is easy to put together. The electronics, keyboard and pedals are fixed in – all you have to do is assemble the stand which consists of 2 legs, a back board, and a bottom board. There is only a few screws that fix the stand to the keyboard. I advise two people to do the job though – purely because of the keyboard’s weight. The piano is heavy, and it’s safer to have a helping hand when lifting it on to the stand.
Everything as described. Delivery arrived on time. Fantastic with communication.
Swift purchase excellent communication and delivery
Questions and Answers
” The two most important things you need from a digital piano when you’re learning is a realistic touch and an authentic piano tone. It must feel close to the weight and response of a real piano and have a minimum of 4 dynamic levels. Size, weight, and ‘bells and whistles’ shouldn’t be a deciding factor in your purchase “, Graham Howard, Piano Advisor
Call 020 8367 5107 or email your questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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“What do you think of the EZ-102 one for a beginner?”
I am planning to rent-to-buy the Broadway EZ102.
What do you think of this one for a beginner? I am coming back to learning piano after almost 30 years – I took classes when I was 10 years old for about 5 years – I am 39 now and am assuming that I have to start from scratch.
Please let me know the details of rent-to-buy one of these options – how we can proceed, how long does it take to transport the piano, how I pay etc. I am moving houses in a couple of weeks so would be best to have it delivered to the new one.
Reply/ Dear Stella
Yes, the Broadway EZ-102 is a good piano
for you to re-learn on.
It has fully-weighted keys and a good key touch response
that will take you up to at least an intermediate level.
It has a warm, natural piano tone that’s pleasing
to the ears. No harshness, or notes standing out.
It sounds even throughout the entire range.
I recommend this piano for you.
Delivery takes just a few days, so we can
deliver to you now, or after you’ve moved,
if you prefer.
I’m looking for a cheap digital piano/ keyboard to get for my father who already has an acoustic piano, but he’d like to play his harpsichord music, and would like a keyboard that does a good harpsichord sound. The problem is that we don’t want to spend too much as he does already have a piano that is his main instrument, as well as space constraints.
Would you have any ideas on this?
I would appreciate it.
Thanks, Alice Wood
I have tried out the harpsichord sound on
lots of digital pianos in the lower price bracket.
The most realistic harpsichord sound is on
the Broadway EZ-102. You can see this here.
The EZ-102 is a lovely piano.
It has 88 fully-weighted keys that feel close to
playing a real piano. And the piano tone is warm
I purchased a Broadway EZ102 digital piano from you a number of years ago, love it, thank you.
I am moving home soon and wanted to ask if you advise to move with the piano assembled, or better to take apart, as it was when it was delivered?
I will wrap it well, but wanted to check best mode for transport.
I advise taking the top part off the legs when moving it.
You can do this by removing just 4 screws from underneath.
You also need to unplug the pedal cable.
“Why is the EZ-102 suitable mostly for beginners?”
My father is looking at buying a digital piano, having previously owned an acoustic one many years back.
He sent me link about the Broadway EZ-102.
I have never heard of this brand, which makes me concerned.
Reading the reviews, why is it good for ‘beginners’ and ‘first entry’ piano users?
Is it not recommended for slightly more advanced players?
Your advice is appreciated.
Kind regards, Michael
Reply/ It is recommended for beginners in particular, because
it has fully-weighted keys, unlike many pianos around
its price point.
It would also be suitable for intermediate players
up to around grade 6 level.
The Broadway has an authentic piano tone and
response key touch.
I recommend this for you.
Your information is very Useful.
We are narrowing down on some options.
The Hadley D10 is price – quality top. Due to it’s Full weighted keys. Dynamic response of 3 steps. And its more than adequate boxes. Also nice design.
The Broadway 102 for the same price would win cause (white colour) and he’s 4cm less deep, which is important to me.
Some friends are coming over to London this week by car. Is the 2nd handed Hadley D10 something that would easily fit in a station wagon?
Also not sure if I can convince them but it’s worth the try…
I also came across an “old” Clavinova CLP 920 for 475 euro’s… Could this do the job? (state of piano should be perfect…)
Anyway, I’ll make a review of any piano we’ll buy. It’s the least I can do for you…
That is a very old Yamaha.
I really don’t recommend getting something
of this age. It is near the end of its life.
The Hadley D10 or Broadway EZ-102 should fit into
a station wagon. The legs can be taken off if it doesn’t.
We have both these pianos on display in our Enfield,
Worcester and Northamptonshire stores, and you are
welcome to take away either.
We are open on Saturday between 10am and 4pm.
I m pooling for a good starters digital piano for my son.
I game cross the Dynatone slp 300. 3 headed old for 400 euro.
Is this a good one?
Reply/ Hi Koen
The Dynatone SLP300 has light-weighted keys.,
so I don’t recommend this for your son to learn on.
He needs something with fully-weighted keys.
This is very important.
Fully-weighted keys will train his fingers in the
correct way, and it will build his finger strength
so he can easily transfer to a real piano in the
future without a struggle.
Also, most exam centres have real pianos.
There’s two pianos I would like to recommend for
your son: Hadley D10 and Broadway EZ-102.
They both have 88 fully-weighted keys, which is
the main criteria all piano teachers insist on.
1) Article: “Which Digital Piano to Buy”
2) Piano questions section and FAQ
3) Free Book: “7 Things You Must Know Before You Buy a Digital Piano”
4) Digital Piano Rating System: “The Howard Score“
Piano arrived safely and is very impressive for the money. Good cabinet finish as well and easy assembly.
Thank you for your help. Rent to own is the perfect solution. I’ll be in touch in December to take up the option to buy.
All the best.
Graham Davies, Winchester