An exciting LEGO version of the Pioneer CDJ 2000 Nexus has been submitted to the brand’s Ideas platform. The proposed set, consisting of 2628 pieces, offers various playable features, such as a functioning tempo fader, a removable USB stick, and two interchangeable LED panels. If the idea receives 10,000 supporters, it has the potential to become an official LEGO set.
The set’s description highlights the authenticity of the LEGO CDJ 2000 Nexus, stating that one of the LED panels can adjust the waveform using the jogwheel, simulating the experience of a real turntable. The designer, Tamás Borján, emphasizes the importance of this iconic piece in the realm of clubs and parties, where DJs skillfully mix and play music with precision.
As of now, the submission has garnered 394 supporters, and you can show your support for the idea on the platform. This initiative follows other creative LEGO ideas, including the proposal for LEGO collectibles featuring Daft Punk’s shiny helmets and Look Mum No Computer’s fully functional LEGO DJ decks with LEGO slipmats.
The LEGO community continues to demonstrate its ingenuity with musical creations. Last year, Brick Technology, a YouTube creator, crafted a fully operational drum machine using LEGO Technic pieces, drawing inspiration from a Roland TD-9 drum module and drumming production software. Additionally, Pioneer unveiled the highly anticipated CDJ-3000 in 2020, further showcasing the brand’s commitment to innovation in the DJ industry.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology