*Price based on a keyboard worth £395 in total, in a NN7 postcode area. Annual premium of £22.75. Prices are correct as at 23/09/19

Keyboard Insurance

Cover for your keyboard from £1.90 per month*

*Price based on a keyboard worth £395 in total, in a NN7 postcode area. Annual premium of £22.75. Prices are correct as at 23/09/19

Key features

Keyboards are a great instrument for a budding musician to start learning. That's why we’re serious about providing protection no matter what your level of expertise is. Whether you’re an amateur or a seasoned professional, our experience means we can provide you with the protection you need. Our policies can cover accidental damage, as well as a variety of other unfortunate circumstances. So take a look at our policy features below and see what we can do for you. 

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Public Liability

Accidents can happen, especially if you’re a performing musician. That’s why we will protect you against third party damage or injury claims.


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Instrument & Equipment Cover

Our cover goes beyond standard theft and accidental damage and includes vandalism, attempted theft and even fire damage in the UK and abroad (up to 30 days). Security requirements apply.

Equipment Hire

Making a claim with us and still need an instrument? It’s covered as part of our claims service, up to £2,000 of equipment hire available if you need it.

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In-Vehicle Cover

Keep your equipment safe when you're on the road. Our policy automatically includes in-vehicle cover and up to £300 in vehicle damage costs in the event of a theft. Storage and vehicle security requirements apply.

New for Old Cover

No value depreciation on your instrument and equipment when you use our approved claims service, which are all handled by our own claims team – so no outsourcing to a third party. Evidence of ownership needed if you make a claim.

Loss of Earnings

Loss of Earnings

Had an accident resulting in a personal injury that's keeping you from performing? You shouldn't have to be out of pocket. We can offer up to £800 to cover the loss of your earnings.

Our optional extras

Get even more from your cover with our optional extras. We provide a range of optional extras to provide you with what you need to make sure that you never lose your rhythm. With our Global Travel option, you can benefit from up to 365 days of overseas protection, which includes up to £300 to cover damage to your purpose-built equipment case. If you're performing in a band, then you may even want to consider protecting yourself to the tune of £5million against third party liability and damage claims. So, take a look at our optional covers below and get a quote from us today.

Global Travel

Global Travel

30 days travel cover not enough? If you’ve got a string of gigs lined up then you can extend your policy to include 365 days of global travel cover.


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Public Liability

£5m Public Liability

Option to increase your Public Liability cover up to £5m. You can also extend your insurance to include up to 4 additional band members.


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Extended Mechanical Breakdown

Mechanical Breakdown

It’s frustrating when your equipment breaks outside of its warranty. Our Mechanical Breakdown option can cover faulty kit that's up to 5 years old.

Frequent questions about keyboards

Want to find out even more about keyboards? We've answered a few questions that you might have right here.

How many keys are on a keyboard?

Standard keyboards – or digital pianos – have 88 keys. That’s the same as an acoustic piano!

When was the keyboard invented?

It’s thought that the first electronic keyboard was invented by Elisha Gray way back in 1876!

Is the piano a string instrument?

The piano is sometimes classed as a member of both the string family of instruments and the percussion family of instruments. The debate arises from how a piano is played. By hitting each of the 88 keys on a piano, the assumption is that a piano is a percussion instrument. However, inside the piano there are tiny hammers which strike the strings to make a sound, which suggest it could be a string instrument. According to the Hornbostel-Sachs system of musical instrument categories, the piano is a chordophone.

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