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Breitling replica watches teamed with JMC Lutherie and Reuge to create a product which represents a qualitative leap for its category. This latter brand is responsible for creating the soundboard that gives the MusicMachine it's unique properties. It is based on a combination of high-tech materials and the work by traditional artisans who carefully select one out of hundreds of 350-year old spruce to include in the structure.
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Six Songs: Three Sci-Fi themes and Three More Rock 'N" Roll classics.Corum replica MusicMachine 2 can play six melodies, which are controlled by two complex movements. Each melody is set in its own cylinder with a design that looks like the exhaust pipes of a spaceship. The left cylinder plays iconic sci-fi themes while the right cylinder plays three more classic rock 'n roll songs. The cylinders are rotated in opposite directions to distinguish between the two music sets.
Maxilimilian's passions for science fiction and rock music, in addition to his watchmaking skills, have influenced the design of the second Breitling replica watches Music Box from the planned trio. The Swiss watchmaker's founder (whose name is Maximilian Busser & friends) loves science fiction and rock. MusicMachine2 is a sci-fi score player that plays three well-known scores. The first is from Star Trek, as one would expect since the product resembles the Federation starships from the show. The other two melodies, the main theme and the score that is played when Darth Vader appears in a scene, are from the Star Wars franchise.