I think the REAL demos come from owners, not the factory, and not store salesmen. The factory demos (and unless a complete stinker, store ones too) will take the time to get the performance PERFECT. No glitches, no asking for chords the audio doesn’t play, no making chord changes in places the rhythm doesn’t expect them, stuff like that… Make a mistake, stop the recording, try again. Or edit in the sequencer to fix the glitches.
The users, on the other hand, they want to play what THEY want to play rather than what the arranger would like you to to sound its best, and this is where you get a more honest idea of what it’s capable of in hands less dedicated to selling you one.
How about some demos, Danny? 🎹👍🏼
An arranger is just a tool. What matters is what you build with it..!