One day, I was scooping up very inexpensive keyboards at thrift stores, and after I got home, I posted about it on Instagram. But, as you can see, I had already removed and disposed of the original "dashboard."
Why, you ask? Why obsessively purchase tou keyboards? Well, the way I see it, it's a very affordable way to get my hands on a 'keybed.' For my beginner-level projects, I am almost always just playing with an Arduino or Arduino-compatible microcontroller, and with the tone() function.
The replacement dashboard is actually made of thin wood.
But what will set this tone keyboard apart from my previous projects (I hope) is a series of fancy filters and some I/O options for connecting to external devices. More on all of this in my next update.