Musician Replaces the Wooden Hammers on His Piano With 88 Metal Tuning Forks
No matter what you think of Mattias Krantz’ music projects (which I personally think are super rad), you have to respect his ambitious DIY spirit. Check out more from laughingsquid.
Swedish musician Mattias Krantz, who previously put the strings of his piano on his guitar and the strings of his guitar on his piano and replaced the hammers on his piano with actual hammers, decided that he wanted to find out what one of his pianos would sound like if he inserted 88 tuning forks where the hammers used to be.
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