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LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

Hey. My name is Ilya, and I am 28 years old. I say this because I really really wanted (I don't know why) a LEGO constructor. But my infantilism can be justified by the fact that the company is positioning this particular set as intended for people over 18 years old. No, there is no porn, violence, sex, alcohol or drugs. There's a piano in there.

No, seriously, a piano:

LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

I am delighted to have this set as a child: awesome! Moreover, collecting it from all 3662 parts, you can understand the approximate construction of a real grand piano!

LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

Yes, this piano has a hammer action. And something like the semblance of strings and a cast iron frame:

LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

And it also works in about the same sequence as a real piano:

LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

Of course, two octaves will not be enough to play a real masterpiece … But you understand my hints? You can play it! Of course, the piano itself will not produce sounds – it acts only as a kind of midi-controller for a special application on your smartphone:

LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

Once you've assembled your piano, you can practice five different songs:

LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

And when you have learned all the songs, you can simply study the details of the piano:

LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

By the way, the bench has a mechanism that raises the part under the fifth point:

LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

And a little more about the attention to detail: the set includes the music sheet for Donnie Chen's Playday. This is the original thing Donny wrote exclusively for this set:

LEGO has released, it seems, the most unexpected constructor

I'm just wildly delighted! You can also make this piano play by yourself. Just insert six AAA batteries and the keys will be pressed by an invisible LEGO musician. Incredible.

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The set will go on sale on August 1st. In the United States, its cost will be $ 350 (about 25 thousand rubles) before taxes, and in the UK, it will be asked for £ 319 (about 29 thousand rubles). Whether it will be possible to buy this set in Russia is still unknown. But I really hope so!

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