The complete range of Gewa digital pianos are on display in our North London showroom.
We deliver anywhere in mainland UK.
Rent-to-Buy from £55 per month (Call 020 8367 5107 for info).
Rental goes towards cost, read more
Ex-display Gewa UP385 in rosewood also available here
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 Concert Pianist II keyboard in weighted zones with Ivory Touch, wooden elements and pressure point simulation
High resolution “Hamburg Grand“ piano sample based on a Steinway D274 with far more than 1 GB memory
VISATON speaker system (2x 30W RMS – two-way system)
String resonance simulation, key-off samples, damper sound
BLUETOOTH Audio + Midi
USER CALIBRATION TOOL for fine-tuning keyboard behaviour
Multi-Language UI available in English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Spanish
USB-Recording WAV + Midi
Sound generation based on the latest DSP and memory technology
Library with more than 30 sounds and 128 additional GM sounds
16 storable sound settings
Editable effects in 2 independent effect blocks
5 reverb effects, 5 modulation effects
Metronome with click and pre-selectable rhythms
LCD matrix display with 128 x 64 dots
2 channel recording function
Split / layer possibility
Learning function for beginners
Playback of MP3 files possible via USB stick
Class D amplifier with adapted loudspeaker system
Connections: MIDI in/out, AUX in/out
2 Headphone connections
USB to host / USB to device
Traditional cabinet design
Width 146.6 cm
Height 92.6cm (108.6cm with music rest)
Weight: 57 kg
£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).
This is a brand new model and there are no reviews yet.
My is Jennifer and I am interested in buying a hybrid piano. I learnt the piano when I was growing up and finished grade 7. I would like to brush up my skills.
I have children and would like to teach them too. I currently have a Yamaha p-90.
I was interested with the Yamaha CLP 785, but was advised to upgrade to a Yamaha nux1 instead.
I am interested in the feel and action of the piano rather than the midi sounds and samples. Just a really good hybrid piano, with the control of the volume.
Do you have any advise on this?
Reply/ Hi Jennifer
We don’t sell the Yamaha Hybrid pianos anymore.
However, I would like to recommend the Gewa UP385 for you.
This is the top model in the Gewa range.
It’s made in Germany and has a Steinway sound.
The keys are wooden and feel close to an acoustic piano.
For the price I haven’t played a more realistic piano.
Would you like to come and try it in our Enfield store?
I will go with the £100 part-exchange, thank you. It is a great pity my Axus digital piano is not repairable.
So if I rent to buy either the UP405 or UP385, is the delivery fee £149 (ground floor) and assembly fee £100, and eventually I would own it, is that correct?
I look forward to hearing from you soon. I am also free to discuss this on phone this weekend.
Reply/ Hi Jennifer
The UP385 is £90 per month.
UP405 is £99 per month.
Delivery is £150.
Assembly is £100.
The first 6 month’s rental and the 20% deposit
all count towards the price. Any rental paid
after 6 months won’t count towards the price,
so it’s better to buy within the first 6 months.
“Why Do UK Pianos’ Prices Appear More Expensive?”
Most price quotes online are from retailers based in Germany.
Unfortunately, we’re not able to match their prices.
You might want to consider the following though.
If you do decide to buy from us, then you get:
A 5 year UK home warranty
Dealers outside the UK don’t offer a UK warranty.
If the piano develops a fault, then you’d have
to send it back to Germany to get it repaired.
The UK Pianos guarantee is for 5 years and covers
all parts, labour and unlimited visits to your home
if anything needs fixing.
A UK plug
We provide all Gewa pianos with a 3-pin UK adapter.
German sellers provide a 2-pin adapter because
the Gewa pianos they sell are made for the
Buying from outside the UK has the following disadvantages:
VAT, Haulage and customs charges:
You’ll be charged an extra fee for haulage if you buy from
outside the UK. There’s also a customs charge and VAT to
pay after the piano has been delivered to you.
This is sent separately by HMRC. We pay this on every
piano we import from Germany (it’s about £80 for
the customs fee plus 20% VAT).
I’ve had customers inform me that the price they
paid for a piano from European sites was more than
the price quoted on their website – often
considerably more. This is due to the EUR/GBP
exchange rate at the time of order.
The piano will not be insured whilst in transit
I do understand if you’re shopping around
for the best price. But I think that our offer
is more valuable because of the advantages
and peace of mind, Graham Howard, UK Pianos