Looks like the Jolly Green Giants hemorrhoid chair
Here’s your beginner music, chopsticks. Whoops…
Doug doesn’t look like he’ll ever graduate to the bigger piano.
Couldn’t even play Frère Jacques on that thing.
Looks like he got stuck with the Big Bertha model. It has a very unique sound I’m told.
It’s the flutophone of pianos.
Looks like Doug really dug that idea.
Ebony and Ivory
“Oversized fingers not included. May cause sixthdonitis. Not drawn to scale.”
Must have been a real job moving that piano into their flat. And it seems to have sharp edges on the top. Good thing the staff was able to do the job. They should get a thank you note for their work.
Beware of Doug.
Once again… John’s just giving away genius ideas! An eight string piano! Those strings have got to be ginormous!
GREEN PLAID ALERT! Everybody do a shot!
It’s Talking Monkey Thursday!
Something didn’t/doesn’t look right about this partial keyboard. There’s no place on a standard piano keyboard that goes: white white black white white black white white.
I think this big beginner piano would have been better with two additional black keys (one between each of the two white keys at each end) or without the two white keys at each end.
Better add training wheels to the stool!
Bleeb is a connoisseur of unique musical experiences.
Don’t laugh, that looks like it would work for me!
He’s going to need some very large hands to make a chord on that thing. Best to start on a Schroeder sized piano.
Good for playing Chopsticks I suppose
But can’t I start with a full octave?
Ebony and Ivory, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder 1982
Makes as much sense as those humongous pencils they gave us when we were little kids.
Too advanced for me. I need one with just a stool and an invisible piano.
Should be standard for beginners
Sign me up for lessons! Good one John!
Judging from his looks, I’m guessing even this one is too advanced!
Seems pretty black and white to me!
Only way that I could ever learn, yet my Dad and oldest sister were piano geniuses…..
Duly noted, sorta.
Here’s a tutorial for you:
Is that even a whole single octave?
August 21, 2015