It even has working keys and an app that allows it to play music.
If you happen to have a passion for music and a love for Legos, then you will appreciate what the LEGO Ideas 21323 Grand Piano has to offer. It is now available, but you will have to go to the official online shop to see it.
We have seen some impressive things built from Legos before, but this grand piano has working keys, making it similar to an actual grand piano. There is an app associated with it that allows the piano to play music as well. You can follow along while the Lego piano chooses from 10 preset songs – it is just as amazing as it sounds.
Donny Chen’s LEGO piano build showed up on the scene about 2 years ago and quickly went viral. It wasn’t long before the Lego ideas platform saw more than 10,000 votes coming in from fans. The project was not given the green light and it was shut down until September. That is when the official announcement came in and fans can now see the results for themselves. The 21323 Grand Piano, a 3662 piece Lego player piano.
The official product description tells you more:
“Do you have a passion for music? Do you like to relax by focusing on a fun, hands-on project in your free time? If so, this incredible LEGO Ideas Grand Piano model kit (21323) is just the creative activity for you.
Feel the pride of building a sophisticated, brick-built version of a concert grand piano that you can actually play music with! Recreate the hammer action of each piano key, the moving pedal and authentic details such as the propped-open top lid and fallboard. Turn on the motor and then you are all set to play wonderful music – select user play on the free LEGO Powered Up app to play the notes yourself or activate auto play and just listen.
Take some time out and enjoy creating a LEGO musical masterpiece to display in your home or workplace. Part of a collection of LEGO building sets for adults, it makes a truly special birthday present or Christmas gift for yourself, the musician, piano player or hobbyist in your life.”
I wonder what they will think of next?SKM: below-content placeholder