Rick Wakeman's 1973 keyboard setup. Only smaller.

Had enough minature synths? No, I thought not. Here is a Japanese website showing tiny (the Hammond is 6 inches tall) handmade plastic models of the keyboard setup that Rick Wakeman used to record 'The Six Wives of Henry VIII'. It took the guy who built it 90 days to craft the tiny Mellotron, Minimoog, Hammond, Steinway Grand, RMI Electric Piano, custom mixer, right down to Rick's watch and the tube amp in the back of the Hammond. (Thanks to the legendary Mike Walters)

Flickr Set. Pretty, please. : )
And a tiny tiny Music Thing too???
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