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This NES piano is amazing

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Forget lusting after a next gen console - this object is far more worthy of your desires. 

The musically minded YouTube channel PlayerPiano has launched a competition to win a unique NES piano.

Demonstrated with an appropriate rendition of the Super Mario Bros Medley by Sonya Belousova, the piano has the appearance of an oversized NES - complete with controller stool, output cables and cartridge lid. 

The creation of product designer Megan Burns, to stand a chance of getting your fingers on this set of ivories, you have to subscribe to the PlayerPiano channel. Once they reach 1 million subscribers, they'll pick a winner (apparently it'll increase your chances if you follow them on Twitter and "Like" their Facebook page).

It's a shameless hunt for followers in order to increase their advertising potential - and we're certain it'll work.

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