Whaletone piano dives deep into the hearts of design lovers and pro musicians
Over 150,000 people have already seen the beautiful Whaletone piano within last few days of Design Week in Milan. Created by the Polish designer Robert Majkut, the Whaletone is a professional musical instrument for individualists, which resembles a giant whale emerging slowly from the water. The whole story started when Robert Majkut dreamt of a grand piano that was entirely different from the rest and dared to question the classic notion of the instrument. The designer followed his dream over the time and the upshot was the drop-dead-gorgeous Whaletone piano.
Aimed at both the design lovers and professional musicians, the Whaletone digital stage piano blends high-end musical components with a stunning silhouette. The heart of the instrument is one of the greatest stage pianos, featuring the SuperNATURAL Piano technology. The fully professional stage instrument flaunts a comfortable keyboard that does full justice with the dynamism of sounds and an Ivory Feel surface. The Model Grande enjoys two-color, black and white case. The silver shine of its metallic edges defines the structure with three contour lines. At the push of the button, the electrically controlled lid hovers beautifully.
The SuperNATURAL Piano technology promises the highest quality of the classic grand piano sound, and the piano has all the elements that are sure to please the pros. Whaletone contains a flagship model of Roland stage piano with a built-in list of 500 sounds. Moreover, it offers the complexity of programmed tones of vintage models from the ’60s and ’80s, varied sounds variations and the possibility of creating new sounds. Optional features include a CD player, V piano card upgrades, and software adding sound modules, LED display, internal sound processor with equalizer and other individually chosen appliances.
With its striking form and stunning range of features, the Whaletone fits perfectly on a professional stage, inside a private room, in a club, hotel or on a yacht.