The complete range of Gewa digital pianos are on display in our North London showroom.
83 Southbury Road, Enfield, EN1 1PJ.
Rent-to-Buy from £55 per month (Call 01327 300 016 for info).
Rental goes towards cost, read more
Free Delivery anywhere in mainland UK
Made in Germany
Optimised for digital sound generation, piano samples based on a Steinway D274 concert grand with more than 1 BG of memory
New USER CALIBRATION TOOL for fine-tuning keyboard behaviour
Graded Hammer “Concert Pianist” keyboard, 88 keys in weighted zones with Ivory Touch surface
Sound generation based on the newest DSP and memory technology
Library with more than 30 sounds and 128 additional GM sounds
256 voice polyphony
Simulation of string resonance
16 saveable sound settings
Editable effects in 2 independent effect blocks
5 reverb effects, 5 modulation effects
Metronome with a click and pre-selectable rhythms
LCD Matrix display with 128 x 64 dots
2 Channel recording function
4 hand mode
Learning function for beginners
MP3 playback via USB stick
BLUETOOTH audio unit
Class D amplifier with a customised speaker system
Connections: MIDI in/out, AUX in/out
2 headphone connections
USB to host / USB to device
Traditional cabinet design
Dimensions of the Gewa UP360: L x W x H in mm: 1434 x 420 x 865 (1025)
Weight: 55 kg
Speakers: 2 x 30 watts
“The Steinway grand sound was superb”
As an older lover of piano jazz , I was saddened when my elderly Yamaha Clavinova ,with its powerful digitised Bosendorfer sound, needed replacing. A study of UK pianos promotional information on the internet led me to enquire about the German Gewa pianos, that were based on Steinway sounds.
A quick test of the UP360 in UK piano’s Worcester piano shop, and I was convinced. A deal was done with Graham, and the piano arrived a week later. With the help of a young musician friend, after unpacking, we set up the instrument in about half an hour and plugged it in.
As I already knew, the Steinway grand sound was superb, with that subtle depth and sensitivity that suits me perfectly.
Review by Martin Preece, Brecon, South Wales
“Can I connect Bluetooth headphones to this piano?”
I was looking at this last night in more detail and just wondering if the Yamaha would be a better buy/rental?
Also I can see that my headphones will not fit this model but the GEWA UP 360 I think has a Bluetooth unit so can I connect my headphones using Bluetooth to this model?
If the UP 360 does, can you confirm payments and availability on this?
Sorry for all the questions but I plan to keep it and repay the balance if I like the play of it.
Thank you again
Reply/ Hi Rebecca
The Yamaha CLP675 and CLP685 are also worth
considering, but I prefer the warmer tone of
the Gewa’s Steinway sound.
The UP360G has Bluetooth audio, but you aren’t
able to connect Bluetooth headphones to it.
It only works the other way: You can play music
from your smartphone through the piano speakers
The rental is £65 per month.
We have this available in black and rosewood.
Please let me know if you would like to reserve one.
Thank you very much Graham. Having played all the Gewa digital pianos, it will either be the 360 or 380. Just one more question I forgot to ask earlier: would you say the 380 is a better option than 360 for playing classical music (which will be the majority of what I do)? In other words are differences in sound more noticeable depending on type of music played?
Reply/ Dear Claudia
It was nice meeting you earlier.
Yes, I would say that the UP380 is a better option
for playing classical music, as the tone is deeper
and has more resonance to it.
You will enjoy and appreciate this difference when
playing classical music from say Chopin, Beethoven,
Mozart or any of the romantic classical composer.
“Gewa UP360 or an acoustic piano?”
I am at beginner/intermediate level and my wife is just learning. Current thinking is the Gewa UP360 but friends of ours keep telling us to buy a normal piano. So am dithering but reading your guide may well help me decide.
Reply/ Dear Simon
The Gewa UP360 is a fine piano.
It has a full, rounded Steinway tone and a
responsive key touch with five dynamic levels.
It feels very close to playing on a real piano,
so you wouldn’t find it difficult to practice
on this, then transfer to an upright later.
There’s nothing that comes close to this
piano for the price.
Just let me know if you have any questions.