All Lego pieces are new and unused. Items are assembled and packaged ready to use. Products are sent with tracking from Singapore via SingPost (registered mail). All prices are in USD.
B.R.I.C.K Stage Set$109.00 Add to cart
Bricks at an Exhibition$145.00 Add to cart
Brickwerk Stage 78$52.00 Add to cart
Brickwerk Stage 81$119.90 Add to cart
Brickwerk The Roblocks$43.00 Add to cart
Brush 1978 Stage Set$69.00 Add to cart
Genesis Duke Stage Set$145.00 Add to cart
Genesis In Concert 1976 Stage Set$129.90 Add to cart
Genesis Live 1974 Stage Set (Black or White)$119.00 Select options
Genesis Seconds Out Stage Set$129.90 Add to cart
Genesis The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway Stage Set$159.90 Add to cart
Queen Live Aid Stage
- All four band members
- Steinway Grand Piano
- Three guitars, bass guitar and drums.
- Amp-wall and guitar pedals
- Cardboard background
Built to order. Waiting time 12 days. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dimensions: (L)38.5cm x (W)19.2cm x (H)26cm
Total Reviews: 11
Genesis Live 1974 Stage Set (Black or White) 12/06/2022
This stage set is a perfect representation of probably the best known visual of the Peter Gabriel era of Genesis, the proshot film at Shepperton Studios in October 1973 during the Selling England tour. The black stage version is also great as it represents the last of the Selling England tour during the second leg in North America in early-mid 1974, known as the "Black Show".
Of course, the various Peter Gabriel figures offered by Musical Brick are the perfect companion pieces to this set, whether you want the Flower or Magog to recreate Supper's Ready, the Old Man for The Musical Box, The Bat-Winged Watcher for Watcher of the Skies, or The Reverend for Epping Forest, Britannia for Moonlit Knight, you can get it all here.
This is another set from Musical Brick that I really love. Rush, Genesis, and Yes are my undisputed trinity of favorite bands, and Musical Brick’s sets for these bands have always left me plenty satisfied to justify the costs.
Brush 1978 Stage Set 12/06/2022
Rush has been my favorite band for a long time, so this stage set was very fun for me to find. It is a great display piece for my Rush collection, and their likenesses are quite accurate. I did however swap the heads around, (Neil's to Alex, Alex's to Geddy, Geddy's to Neil) as I felt it fit them a lot better.
The perfect companion to this set are the Kimono Rush figures sold separately, which can be placed on this stage and still be historically accurate to the 1977 era.
The drum set building instructions are a bit tricky, but if you play with placements you can get the everything placed nicely. Don't forget to place the cymbals at an angle on the top of the poles.
This is a set from Musical Brick that I really love. Rush, Genesis, and Yes are my undisputed trinity of favorite bands, and Musical Brick's sets for these bands have always left me plenty satisfied to justify the costs. I've recommended this to many Rush fans online, it seems it has been well liked by many.
Wonderful set and great detail.
Bought out the 14 year old boy in me listening to Selling England and the Lamb.
🚨 Incredible new footage of Genesis from 1977 unearthed in my study this evening! Enjoy 😜@MusicalBrick@WorldofGenesis @genesis_band @GenesisTabletop @genesis_news pic.twitter.com/12TLmUeo51
— FurstyFish (@furstyfish) November 18, 2020
Busy Sunday evening!@genesis_band @MusicalBrick pic.twitter.com/RvmG8i3GxC
— FurstyFish (@furstyfish) March 29, 2020