Overall if you were to just look at this piano visually you might decide that this is a nice instrument and buy it, especially for just $499 or less money when it's on sale occassionally. However, you can get even more of these fun features with better piano playing results on inexpensive $200 keyboards (though I don't recommend that for piano students), so just because something seems to be good on the outside does not mean it's good on the inside. Looks should not be the primary reason you buy a digital piano. In fact, I refer to a piano with decent looks but inferior and downright disappointing piano playability as a PSO or "piano shaped object." Looks good, plays bad, which is true of other digital pianos I have reviewed, so this is not the only one.
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