The complete range of Gewa digital pianos are on display in our North London showroom.
83 Southbury Road, Enfield, EN1 1PJ. Piano Advisor Graham Howard is in store every Saturday.
Rent-to-Buy from £55 per month (Call 01327 300 016 for info).
Rental goes towards cost, read more
Made in Germany
Piano samples based on a Steinway D274 concert grand piano with more than 1 GB of memory
New USER CALIBRATION TOOL for fine-tuning keyboard behaviour
Grand Touch keyboard, 88 weighted hammer keys
Sound generation based on the newest DSP and memory technology
Library with 15 high resolution sounds
256 voice polyphony
Effects in 2 independent blocks
4 reverb effects, 8 modulation effects
Class D amplifier with customised speaker system
Connections: DIN MIDI in/out, AUX in/out
2 headphone connections
USB to Host
Traditional cabinet design
Dimensions L x W x H in mm: 1350 x 429 x 800 (968)
Weight : 43.5 kg
“I’m considering renting the Gewa DP300G”
I am looking to use the rent-to-buy scheme you have for a Gewa DP300G as listed on your website. I played piano when I was younger and would like to get back into it, so thought this might be a good method of doing so initially to see how I get on! I am particularly concerned with the quality of the keyboard… key touch and the sound. Gewa seem to be highly rated for this. I have previously only considered getting a Yamaha. Not as bothered about bells and whistles as such, just looking to get something as similar as I can to the upright Baldwin I used to play.
Also – I downloaded the digital piano buying guides on your website.
“Are fully weighted keys would be more difficult for my 5 year old daughter?”
Thank you Graham, your guide is most helpful.
I have a few further queries. Now considering gewa dp300 g but wondered if fully weighted keys would be more difficult for my 5 year old daughter? Does this model have at least 64 polyphony and up to what grade would it be suitable for?
Many thanks, Sue
Reply/ Hi Sue
Fully-weighted keys are the same weight as a
real piano. So I recommend this for your
daughter to learn and progress on because
she needs to start off with the correct key weight
from the word go. This way she will learn to play
with the correct technique.
A fully-weighted key touch is not heavy.
And it will not be difficult for her in any way.
The Gewa DP300G has 256 note polyphony.
It is suitable up to grade 8 level, so you will
never need to upgrade it.
“Should I upgrade to the DP340?”
Thanks Graham, I was trying to find out if my piano has support for bluetooth headset, which it doesn’t I know now. Hence, I was looking at all comparisons and what it would cost to upgrade to the DP340 or another.
For the rest I’m happy. There was one thing with the key speed trying to play trills. But I’ll try to fix with individual key configs or slightly change my playing.
Overall so happy that I did this.
Reply/ Hi Joel
It isn’t usually possible to upgrade a digital
piano on the Rent to Buy programme.
The reason is that the piano we delivered to
you is brand new, and when it comes back
we can only sell it as second hand.
So we lose the difference in price between
However, to help you out, if you could stretch
up to the UP360G after the 6 month minimum
rental period, then I can offer you a discount of
3 month’s rent towards the price of the UP360G.
I hope that sounds fair and is OK with you?
The UP360G is a much nicer piano than the DP300G
and DP340G. Its key touch is more responsive and
reacts much more like a real piano. It has an extra
dynamic level too. And the sound quality is fuller
The UP360G has a graded hammer action, so each
key is slightly heavier as it ascends. This replicates
very well the action of an acoustic piano.
Just let me know what you would like to do.