Concert Hands teaches you to play piano

by Ally


Factory workers have often worried that some latest technology will come in and do their job for them leaving them to look for a new job.  It’s a justifiable fear, however, somehow I don’t think piano teachers ever thought they’d see the day when they’d be replaced by a machine.  Now they could be though, for a much higher cost than you’d pay for a lifetime of music lessons from a real person, you can buy a machine to teach you to play the piano.

Some might think that having an electronic device to teach you something that has always been considered more creative than technical might seem a little wrong.  Frankly, myself being one of them, however, you have to find the way that works for you to learn how to play.  So if this does the trick, then why not?  It comes with a six foot long hand guidance track that has two motors that travel left to right along the track.  That track is used to guide your hands along and teach you where you need to go.  To purchase your own it’s going to cost you $9995 and that’s not including a piano.

Source: Ubergizmo

4 reviews or comments

DaveyGuitarMan Says: October 20, 2009 at 11:30 am

I think this is a great alternative to piano lessons from a teacher. Although not traditional, i find it interesting, as I’ve always wanted to play the piano, but don’t want to spend years learning. The price is a little expensive at $10000 but it’s a great idea.!Is it available in the UK?I’d love to demo one…

pianoplayinfool Says: March 7, 2010 at 10:46 pm

Wow, this is insane! Ten grand PLUS the price of the piano is just the ticket for those billionaires who are so hard to buy a gift for.

I mean, really.

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