Gardner Baby Grand Piano Master: Classical DJing

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Some DJs bust out the old school and some DJs bust out the really old school. The Baby Grand Master is for the really, really old school.

Packing some serious hardware—Dual Pioneer DVJ-X1 DVD Players, Edirol V-4 Video Mixer, 3 Marshal LCD Monitors, 5 subwoofers, 3 tweeters, 1100 Watt Power Amplifier and an Allen and Heath Xone 92 Audio Mixer—the company still claims "there's not an ounce of excess."

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The Baby Grand Masters are for sale, but the amount is disclosed by inquiry only. In other words, it might just make you baroque.

Illustration for article titled Gardner Baby Grand Piano Master: Classical DJing
Illustration for article titled Gardner Baby Grand Piano Master: Classical DJing
Illustration for article titled Gardner Baby Grand Piano Master: Classical DJing
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DISCUSSION

Sheesh. DJs are a proud lot.

The only reason Serato still exists is Richie Hawtin?

First off, not that I'm a Richie Hawtin fan or anything, but that's a good enough reason for me. Second, he's far from the only significant guy on the scene using it: A-Trak (kanye West's DJ, for you non-selectahs), Bugz In the Attic and countless others are falling for the undeniable allure of having a library of music only limited by your hard-drive capacity being playable on the ubiquitous Technics 1200. If you ask me (which you clearly don't), the number of users of this fantasic platform will only rise.

And as far as that silly 'diggers moving on' malarkey goes, ask Kon & Amir - undeniably the most important diggers working at the moment - what they use. You're in for a surprise.

Done. Next!

ps: Giz, I'll be happy to take on the roll of spokesman for the DJ/gadget enthusaists!