Always wanted to do your best when it comes to playing the piano, but just don’t have it in you? The Concert Hands system could come to your aid, where your hands will be guided back and forth the relevant keys in a gentle manner along a track that is located just in front of the keys, while pulses will help prompt your fingers as each note is displayed on a screen right in front of your eyes. Neat – is there something like this to overcome the two-finger typing syndrome that many others also suffer from on a computer keyboard? The Concert Hands System is touted to get you playing smoothly and fluently in but a few days. You can pick up the full product for a whopping $9,995, although there is a mobile version that is considerably more affordable.
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