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- Colin Nicholson
- Executive Poster
- Posts: 1829
- Joined: 04 Jul 2010, 19:15
- Location: Morpeth, Northumberland
Colin is right - no matter how much effort put into sampling or key weightings, none will completely replicate - but will emulate - an acoustic piano. If touch is a major factor in your final choice, then acoustic may be a better option.
Have a look at the Digital Piano FAQs. I wrote a question and answer thread a few years back during my Moderator days, which should help guide you through choosing the right digital piano.