Originally WERSI was a german manufacturer of electronic organs, mostly sold as assembly kits, to be affordable for small bands and hobby musicians. After the takeover of MUSIC STORE professional GmbH in 2010 WERSI still stands for elegant design and State-of-the-Art technology. Just convince yourself.
Tradition since 1969
WERSI - a specialist company for high-quality musical instruments Made in Germany - was founded in 1969. The founders were the brothers Wilhelm-Erich and Reinhard Franz from Werlau near St. Goar / Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreis. The name WERSI is derived from the birthplace of WERlau and the former district town of Simmering. The former location of the company was located in the industrial area in Halsenbach. Even today, the large elongated hall-like buildings can still to be seen.
Acquired by Music Store
Since 2010, WERSI has been part of Music Store professional GmbH, one of the largest music retailers in Europe. In addition to worldwide distribution, Music Store has also taken over the complete development of the technology. This is done by an expert team in Cologne. Our specialists are there every day to develop even more beautiful organs with even more beautiful sounds. The production is completed by the WERSI-Studio Hochrhein. Look forward to a product "Made in Germany".
Today, WERSI is one of the market leaders in the premium product segment with the keyboard and organ models of the OAS system series as well as the new SONIC. For the first time since the development of the current keyboard and organ models, it has been possible to integrate into the instruments a variety of music software as well as expansions in the area of rhythm / accompaniment as well as midi functions, improvement in user friendliness and so on.
For over 40 years now, the name WERSI has been synonymous with innovative musical instruments that enjoy a high popularity among artists from radio, television and records. The name WERSI is just as popular with thousands of music lovers all over the world who either own a WERSI instrument or are enthusiastic about the concerts and music recordings of the WERSI artists. The extraordinary relationship with musicians around the world has a tradition at WERSI. Whether Lalo Schiffrin ("Mission Impossible") Jimmy Smith ("The Cat Strikes Again"), Franz Lambert, Curt Prina, Ady Zehnpfennig, Mark Whale, Hady Wolff, Robert Bartha and Claudia Hirschfeld.