The Piano Rake was created by Australian pianist and teacher, Joe Bourke. Joe was using stickers with his beginner students until he realised that there must be a better way to show letter names on the piano.
Too often, his students were complaining of stickers either not sticking or leaving a mess when they wanted to remove them. Joe solved this problem by inventing the Piano Rake, a piano accessory which fits all pianos and keyboards, and can be
applied and removed in seconds.
Joe believes that this accessory is perfect for the beginner piano player who is having trouble connecting the dots on the page with the keys on the piano.