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Questions and Answers
Is Yamaha models CLP635 and above a better option than the corresponding GEWA models?
Reply/ Hi Sivakumar
I wouldn’t say the Yamaha CLP635 is better
than the corresponding Gewas.
I still prefer the warmer Steinway sound of
the Gewa pianos.
The CLP635 price-wise sits in between the
DP340G and UP360G.
If you could stretch up a little to the UP360G
then there is a marked difference over the
CLP635 both in the sensitivity of the keys
and sound quality.
Hi Graham, many thanks for the reply.
Our local Musicroom store in Edinburgh (Rae Mackintosh) has the Casio AP-700 on special offer for £1099 which to me (a non pianist) seemed like a bargain. I thought this piano sounded great, looked well-made and I liked the fact that the screen and option buttons were centred rather than off to the side. However …
After listening to some online comparisons (e.g. recent blind test of AP-700 vs CLP-635 vs HP-504), then looking at your ‘Howard Scores’ my wife has decided against this piano. Reading your piano guide and reviews she had pretty much made up her mind to go with Yamaha.
After many hours of reading specs and watching online demos & comparisons she had determined that the CLP-635 is probably the piano for her.
Subsequent visits to various music shops in Edinburgh and seeing/playing/hearing the CLP-635 against rival makes as well as other models in the Yamaha range, she seems content with this decision.
We have been looking online at various CLP-635 Rosewood packages that are available with headphones and rosewood adjustable stool and found the following at Thomann for £1394 including VAT and delivery.
With all the help and advice that you’ve given, we would be happy to give UKPianos our custom if you could match the deal.
We would rather not sell the Yamaha CLP635 piano at this price
because we would be making a loss.
It would be best to buy this piano from our partners Thomann Music Store in Germany.
Free delivery anywhere in the UK.
This piano come flat-packed in one large box. But it’s easy to assemble (it’s just like putting a table together). The keyboard, pedals, electronics and cables are all fixed in – you only have to assemble the base. There are four screws that fix the base to the main keyboard section and some more screws to attach the base and back board. The screw holes are already pre-drilled. We advise two people to lift the keyboard section on to the base.
If you would like us to assemble the piano for you and take the packaging away, then please call us for a quote.