April 22, 2007


by Chris Randall

"There's not an ounce of excess. But there is anticipation... because on stage, in the museum, or in the living room, the Baby Grand Master? commands."

Huh. Who woulda thought it? I'm not sure what anticipation has to do with command, or how excess relates to either of those words. Whoever wrote that little blurb has a far different idea of how the English language works than I do. In any event, yes, it is basically a fitted out DJ/VJ coffin slapped in one of those mock baby grand cabinets that are made for people that want to play a digital piano on stage but don't want to look like they're playing a digital piano on stage. Whether this is dumber than that concept is open to interpretation, but you're welcome to be the judge for yourself.



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Apr.22.2007 @ 12:48 PM
They need a user testimonial link if they actually sell one.

Apr.22.2007 @ 3:11 PM
Why ? What's the point ?

Apr.22.2007 @ 3:59 PM
but, it has a hydraulic leg option with under lit neon and a stretch version! c'mon now. aren't we being too snooty?

Apr.22.2007 @ 5:18 PM
No, that thing is stupid on more levels than even we are giving it credit for.

Apr.22.2007 @ 5:30 PM
For some reason I'm very curious what costume you're supposed to wear while using this, um, device. Should you dress like Sir Elton, or maybe Liberace?

Apr.22.2007 @ 5:32 PM
it's like something out of zoolander.

Apr.22.2007 @ 5:45 PM
now that made me laugh!

what a f**** idiotic waste of time and money!


Apr.22.2007 @ 6:00 PM
LOL,Defently a DJ cofin...
If you add some gold bling it could easly be a box fit for a major hiphop producer shoot by a motorized drivebye shoping cart.

Apr.22.2007 @ 6:18 PM
So this is basically a cd player or turntable attached to a couple of huge speakers? For listening to music skip really loudly? In Mono?
Ohh yes! I'll take 5 please!

Apr.22.2007 @ 8:23 PM
If Elton John was a DJ...

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