Neko: The $24,000 Sound of Music

By: Cecilia Biemann - Published: Sep 22, 2008 • References: openlabs
This glamorous 5th Anniversary Limited Edition NeKo LUX piano keyboard is encased in a 24 carat gold chassis.

Said to be the most expensive musical instrument from the company to date, this gilded keyboard also features chrome-plated end bells.

Housing 76 keys, the instrument also packs in other impressive features such as 4GB RAM, USB connectivity, Blu-ray DVD/CD Burner, 100,000 preset sounds, and a V4 software library as well as 5th Anniversary Special Sound Libraries.

Only 24 of these limited edition keyboards are available, and securing one will set you back $24,000.

It gets even more exclusive though (hard to believe I know!) - only those who have previously owned or used an Open Labs product can apply to own one of these glitzy keyboards. Stats for Pure Gold Instruments Trending: Older & Mild
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