NES Piano is a Dream Come True

The NES is a staple in video game nostalgia, and what better way to help its legacy than to create a piano modeled after the classic console? That’s exactly what product designer Megan Burns did, and the details are amazing. The piano flips up just like the lid of the NES, includes the “Power” and “Reset” buttons that aren’t just painted on, and even features the well-recognized red/yellow AV cables. The controller serves as the bench, with the raised buttons and d-pad for a realistic look. Not only does it look good, but it sounds good as well. If I had this as a kid, I probably would’ve been more apt to take piano lessons, that’s for sure.

Check out the video above, and subscribe to the PlayerPiano YouTube channel for a chance to win the piano once they hit 1 million subscribers.


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Nick was born and raised in Amish country, has a beard, but isn’t Amish. He’s a fan of winter as long as he’s at the top of a mountain with a board under his feet. He’s an avid sports fan, movie junkie, tv bum, and music enthusiast who still purchases CDs for some reason.