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
Optimised for digital sound generation, piano samples based on a Steinway D274 with more than 1 GB 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 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
LCD Matrix display with 128 x 64 dots
Metronome with click and pre-selectable rhythms
8 channel recording function
4 hand mode
Split / Layer option
Learning function for beginners
MP3 playback via USB stick
BLUETOOTH audio unit
Class D amplifier with modified speaker system
Connections: MIDI in/out, AUX in/out
2 headphone connections
USB to host / USB to device
Traditional cabinet design
Dimensions L x D x H in mm: 1466 x 422 x 926 (1086)
Weight: 57 kg
Speakers: 4 way speaker system, 2 x 30 watts and 2 x 15 watts (total 90 watts)
£149 to the ground floor.
Assembly is an additional £100 (this is recommended due to the technical nature of the assembly and weight of the piano).
“UP380G and UP380GWK differences. Is it worth the extra money?”
Hi could you tell me please what is difference between the Gewa 380G and 380GW models.
Are Gewa better quality from a classical pianist point of view than the Kurzweil please.
I used to like Roland, but they seem to have lost sound and keyboard, what a pity.
Great web site, thank you.
Reply/ Hi Jonathan
They are essentially the same piano apart
from the keyboard.
The UP380GWK has a wooden keyboard.
The wooden keys add firmness to the touch,
and the keys are a few grams heavier.
You feel as if you have even more control over the keys.
I love the tone quality of the Gewa pianos more
than the Kurzweil, Roland and Yamaha digital pianos.
The Gewa is sampled on a Steinway concert grand.
You can hear its depth and roundness.
Yamaha and Roland are brighter, harder sounding pianos.
Please let me know if you would like to reserve one.