I was really worried,
I have tried many real acoustic pianos including a £2000 Yamaha upright piano, a £10,000 Yamaha baby grand piano and a £900 Yamaha digital piano (this was the only digital one I have tried).
The £10,000 Yamaha baby grand piano was by far the best, it was superb - the instrument of my dreams however, this Axus digital piano I found to be much better than the Yamaha Clavinova even though the Yamaha is much more expensive and well known, the sound is extremely fake, it has a fake touch and seems cheaply made which I would rate 4/10, the Yamaha upright piano was okay however I was not very fond of it, I would rate it 6 out of 10. It sounds too deep but it's okay. the Axus I would rate it as 9/10 because it has a beautiful soft touch, it sounds elegant and very realistic and the design is by far the best in comparison to all digital pianos. The sound I would rate 9/10, the touch I would rate also 9/10 and the appearance I would say 10/10. And finally the Yamaha baby grand without doubt I would say 10/10 which is worth a much higher rating. Anyway, getting back to the review I think that the Axus digital piano, is superb and the price is at least 100/10 for the value you get. The Axus digital piano is ideal for learners as well as experienced users, easy to use, user friendly, has many features and it comes with a brilliant seat. There are some superb pieces in the demo 3 of which I absolutely love. Before I would always wait impatiently to get onto the old acoustic pianos at my school at lunch but now I no longer use them because they are nothing in comparison to this. This is by far better than any upright piano and by far better than most digital pianos and very close to the grand piano. Very good quality, extremely happy customer - love it.