The Bluebonet Electric Piano (BEP) was launched in the UK last month, a two-person electric piano that has been designed to compete with the likes of the Korg Kontrola.
The BEP, designed by artist Nick Gomes, is made of wood, a carbon fiber chassis, carbon fiber knobs, and a carbon fibre back.
It has an electric motor that drives the piano body, a mechanical keyboard that sits underneath, and an electronic keyboard.
It uses a three-pronged design with two main parts, the piano arm and the electric motor.
The motor is connected to the keyboard via a series of knobs that sit underneath, allowing the piano to act as a control unit for the motor.
The design has been praised by some as being one of the most advanced electric pianos on the market.
It is the first to use carbon fiber for the body, the carbon fiber components have been specifically designed to resist the heat produced by the battery and to keep it from burning.
In a recent interview with Wired UK, Gomes said that he was inspired to design the BEP after seeing a piano being built in his home country of Brazil.
The piano was a complete shock to me.
It was built in my home country, built in a way that I was quite familiar with, and it just felt so good.
Gomes told Wired UK that the inspiration for the design came from his father, who was a pianist, and his uncle who was an electrician.
Gomen explained that the design is inspired by the works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
The artist explained:”Bach was a pioneer of the electric piano.
He did so many things that we would like to emulate in our own way.”
Bach’s famous piano was designed with a combination of different materials to resist acoustic vibration and acoustic heat, and to provide the pianist with the necessary control over the electric energy he was producing.
The Bluebonets first prototype was launched at a show in London in June and was sold at auction for £400,000.
Gome, who lives in the U.K. and works in the electrical industry, said that the Bep was an immediate success, but he still had more ideas for his designs.
Gomet explained: “The first thing I wanted to do was make a keyboard for the piano that is really good.
I thought, why not just make a piano that I could play, and then if people like that, I could make some other pianos.”
Then I was inspired by my own designs, so I started working on the BSP, which is very similar to the Kontrolla.
“I have lots of ideas for the next project.
I am very happy with the BPS, it is very much a piano with a different kind of sound.”
The BSP is the ultimate piece of engineering, it’s a piano for piano players who don’t want to buy a guitar, a piano designed for piano fans.
“The Blue Bonets new line of electric pianists includes the Bluebonette and Bluebonnet electric pianas, both of which feature carbon fiber backplates.
The electric pianoes will be on sale for £1,599.99 at their online shop.
The BBC reports that the piano will be used in exhibitions and performances in Europe, the U-K., and Australia.