Millennium Themed Falcon Piano is One of a Kind

If you are a Star Wars fan and you like to play piano that it really doesn’t get much better than this.  I have to say that in all my years of actually playing piano I’ve never seen an instrument that looks like this.   About the flashiest I’ve ever seen when it comes to pianos is probably something you’d see Liberace playing.   However, in this day and age anything is possible.  Even channeling Han Solo and Chewbacca.

The Millennium Falcon Inspired Piano built by the Player Piano team for use in their Ultimate Star Wars Medley Video, which you can watch below, is currently up for sale on eBay. This piano is incredibly cool looking and it’s a one of a kind. If you’re a Star Wars fan with some extra cash, who enjoys playing the piano, you might want to look into buying this thing. The starting big is $7,500.

Check out the video below – via Geek Tyrant


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