A Kawai piano comes with a rich and innovative history dating back to 1927 when founder, Koichi Kawai, set out to build the world’s finest piano. Continuing to set themselves apart with world class craftsmanship, Kawai launched their range of electric pianos in the 1980s. Kawai pianos combine stunning sound production and advanced technology with renowned build quality. Whether it’s an upright, acoustic, grand or digital piano, Rimmers is proud to offer a range of Kawai pianos to satisfy newcomers and professionals alike.
Kawai pianos apply the same process to their acoustic pianos as they do to their digital pianos which is why they are some of the best-selling pianos of all time. They offer a comprehensive range of pianos from digital keyboards to hybrid models and stunning grand pianos. Ideal for new users, Kawai acoustic pianos offer exceptional versatility. For more seasoned players, Kawai upright pianos provide studio level quality for exceptional playing. Whether it’s a digital keyboard for casual use or a silent piano to immerse yourself in the music, Kawai pianos come highly recommended by music lovers and the team here at Rimmers.
We stock a wide range of acoustic pianos and electric pianos from Kawai. Our highly trained staff, with their extensive knowledge, will help guide you through our Kawai pianos when you contact us or call into one of our stores.
To find out which Kawai pianos are available in your nearest Rimmers Music Store, please call our enquiries team on 01772 622111.
Please also find some useful information in our Kawai FAQs:
Is a Kawai digital piano better than a Yamaha?
Kawai are regarded as not only a fantastic acoustic piano manufacturer but a major digital piano producer. Kawai and Yamaha have both been making pianos for decades so there is little difference in expertise. The sound production and technology used in Kawai digital pianos has been continually improving over the years. Yamaha is a more well-known name but in terms of quality and affordability, both are an excellent choice.
Are Kawai digital pianos good?
Kawai is regarded as a major digital piano producer. They have been producing acoustic pianos since 1927 and have bought that knowledge and expertise to their digital piano models. Kawai first introduced digital pianos in the 1980s and are constantly updating and improving the technology and sound of their range. Today, Kawai pianos are regarded as some of the finest in the world. They continually work on developing new piano techniques and aspire to develop ‘the future of the piano’.
How much does a Kawai digital piano cost?
Kawai digital pianos start from around £500 for a portable keyboard. A stunning digital hybrid Kawai piano can sell for £7500. The cost of a Kawai digital piano will very much depend on the features and functions and what you want from it. Our best selling Kawai digital pianos are the compact models featuring a range of sounds and a powerful speaker system but in a streamlined design. Typically these models sell for between £800 to £1000. With features like bluetooth and linked apps, Kawai digital pianos offer amazing value for money.
Where can I buy a Kawai digital piano?
At Rimmers Music, we have an extensive selection of Kawai digital pianos. They are all priced keenly against the market and are price checked regularly. We also have many Kawai digital pianos available to order today with next working day delivery. In addition, we offer Kawai digital piano packages that include things like stands, pedalboards and headphones for a complete experience.
How long do Kawai digital pianos last?
How long a Kawai digital piano lasts will depend on how well it is looked after. Kawai digital pianos are well made and are a respected, quality brand. With digital pianos an important factor is the technology that the piano uses. For example, fifteen years ago it was not standard to have bluetooth connectivity or USB outputs on digital pianos. This, therefore, can affect the lifespan. You need to keep your Kawai digital piano clean and stay on top of any repairs. A piano is an investment and if it is looked after well, it will last a long time.