Could you destroy a piano with your bare hands?

My vote is still no because I couldn’t bare to break an instrument that way

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Open it up (no tools required to get at all the strings and hammers and whatnot) and just get busy

Reckon I could get the keys off too

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Looks quite complicated anyway:

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It’s no Groverhaus

I’ll give it a try:

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this is such a fucking weird

video edit
soundtrack
concept
anticlimax

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Baker House is considered an architectural masterpiece.

It was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1946 and…

That piano is some tough shit

…owned by Bob Holness

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it’s no

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I reckon I could…yesterday I saw a boy who swam faster than a shark.

no idea how easy it is to take the keys off but i imagine very easy

It goes back decades.

Music fans may recognise it from this:

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I think I’d try and rip the pedals off first, then I’ve got a bit of metal to hit it with. Likewise if it were a grand piano, I’d want to kick a leg off and the use it as a club.

So yes, provided I can use bits of the piano against itself.

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I’d play it so God damn good it burst into flames.

So, yes.

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Once, a pub opposite where I used to live was getting rid of an old upright piano, and it was stood outside in the street for a week or so. At 8am one day it fell (or was pushed?) over, and the sound was incredible, much better than the thunk of that piano drop video. Like a very loud and resonant mega-chord. It was wonderful, although my flatmate did not enjoy being woken by it.

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Ah, it’ll be because I’m not a fan of music

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Hope it lands on a passing cartoon character who ends up with a mouth of piano-key teeth

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Yes, and I’ve been growing my fingernails in preparation, too.

With my hands only, no, I have no upper body strength. But my legs are really strong, I could kick it to bits