Video: You don't need a million dollar Steinway piano to put on a captivating musical performance. You don't even need a real piano, as Sami Elu proves, by hacking together recycled instruments, materials you'd find at a hardware store and a bunch of unused chopsticks. Does his Frankenstein's monster instrument sound like anything you've ever heard before? No, but that's definitely part of its character and appeal.
Guy Hacks Together A Piano From Chopsticks And Other Instruments And It Sounds Great
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