3.06.2008

Get your very own Pegasus Piano

At a first glance the Schimmel Pegasus Piano doesn’t look like a piano. With those beautifully sculpted curves this piano looks more like a futuristic spaceship. The Piano has over 200 strings with a key assembly of 10000 pieces with a fully adjustable hydraulic lid. Now you can have your own Schimmel Pegasus Piano because there’s one for sale until March 15th, only 14 were made ten years ago for people like Eddie Murphy, Lenny Kravitz, and Prince.

The pianist’s touch determines the speed and energy of the hammer contacting and energizing the strings. The pianist’s touch determines the speed and energy of the hammer contacting and energizing the strings. Details in workmanship and material are paramount if the pianist is to enjoy playing the instrument and experience rich, expanded dynamic sonority. Schimmel keyboard/action systems are examples of exclusive workmanship, regulated to discriminating standards and ideally matched to the strung back assemblies. They are asking only $110,000, and their highest bit is currently at $100,000.












































3 comments:

Reach Upward said...

Don't let my 14-year-old see this. I have helped him acquire a number of instruments (his latest passion is bagpipes), but I can't afford this piano. Nor do I have a place to put it.

That One Guy said...

I don't know where ANYONE would put that thing. It looks like it came from 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea....

Just dated myself there!

:)

Makes me wonder how it sounds though.

Loralee Choate said...

THAT is quite an instrument. More like a sculpture than an instrument.

I am totally curious how it sounds.