This article is aimed at those of you who know a thing or two about digital pianos already and have already carried out a little bit of research. You are almost certainly aware that digital pianos have improved vastly over the years.
You have also probably come to the conclusion that a digital piano will cost considerably less than an acoustic piano.
You’re also probably aware that some offer more features than you would get with an upright, such as more sounds than the traditional grand piano sound, maybe recording facilities, and the ability to hook up to a computer and to music sequencing software.
All these conclusions would be and are correct, however you are now presented with questions as to which brand to choose and which model.