– Wednesday, February 19th, 2020
This PianoForAll review is my ACTUAL personal experience using it. So I hope you’ll find it helpful. I highly recommend it for any levels, ESPECIALLY if you’re just starting out. I even got my 4 year old on it as well!
John Peele here again with another fresh post off the blog!
This time its little old me, with some piano books, and a whole bunch of lessons learned while trying to get good at it 🙂
See I was born a music lover but as I grew up, I always wanted to play an instrument. The piano is still my favorite one but for me, it has always been about fun. That remained to be a pending project but I was sure that I’d find an easy way to make my dream come true.
Actually, check out this video on the PFA site on how simple it is. Just click the image below to watch it:
Official Site: www.PianoForAll.com
Author: Robin Hall
Bonuses: No. All-in-one package
Program Format: 10 ebooks, 200 videos, 500 audio lessons
Delivery Method: Instant Download, watch online, or delivered anywhere in the world on a DVD ROM
Real Value: $
Limited Time Special Offer: $39 (or $49 to include DVD)
Program Upgrade: No.
Learning Level: Beginners and Intermediate
Refund Policy: Yes (100% amount settlement)
I’d research on the upcoming pianos and read a lot about them. I even had a traditional course on how to play the piano but it only helped me understand the theoretical aspect of playing the instrument.
It’s on this particular day that I came across a Piano For All review and this one caught my attention than most others that I began browsing many more similar reviews. It was indeed an inexpensive, convenient and interesting way to learn how to play the piano in an interactive and amusing fashion.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING…
When I started using the system, I would play without mastering the music theory because it gets right to the heart of the matter… It helps you understand music in a better way giving you a BIGGER PICTURE right from the start.
So how did I / can YOU benefit from PianoForAll?
When I was learning to play the piano 15 years ago, a course like this would have been perfect. (FYI, I’m self-taught, mostly learned by teachers and books). Fast forward to today, I teach piano and can play it professionally in live bands 😉
I have done this for a long time but haven’t really mastered music theory. How you ask? Well, while music theory is important, the most crucial thing is to be able to play the instrument. And to be quite fair, this online piano course goes into some aspects of sight reading and music theory.
Here’s a video a fan put together about the program:
With this you’ll find it easy to play the real songs… and I mean REAL. Forget about Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Mary Had a Little Lamb. You learn songs that can catch people’s attention. I remember the time one of my students starting cranking out Lean On Me in 2 days! Talk about easy learning.
Better yet, this is by far one of the best online piano lessons just because… is keeps you MOTIVATED. You feel the urge to want to learn more. It’s fun and doesn’t feel like a duty which is very important. The idea of playing the piano is best suited to people who play the instrument for fun and usually such people become best players later on.
I learned to play the piano not for money but to inspire people (including my own) and to simply have fun and enjoy!
And this is where I criticize traditional piano lessons. They make music appear like a chore or something you must be paid to do. Music should be fun and that’s what you get with Piano for All.
It’s no wonder it has the highest ratings compared to similar piano courses and is a hot seller. The Piano course over delivers and it’s clear that Robin Hall (the creator) put a lot of sweat into it.
As a singing coach and music teacher, I can guarantee you that a piano course can cost you hundreds of dollars if not thousands. But it may surprise you that an amazing course like Pianoforall only costs $39, off the internet!
The emphasis is not exactly on the course but on the value you get from this downloadable lessons. I have found this a better teacher to live piano teachers.
Just a few concerns
However, if you want to learn the theoretical aspect of playing the piano, this course may not be suitable for you. In this way, traditional methods will work better as this course mainly focuses on the performance part.
Additionally, while each video is clear enough to help you understand the art, I have heard many people complain about the relatively poor video quality. I, however, came to understand that the effort to reduce the size of the videos to downloadable levels has caused the concern. It is not a big issue, whatsoever, as it does not make the lessons impossible but some may take time to get used to the quality.
So here’s the bottom line…
Most people wish they’d learn to play the piano without spending a fortune. They want to be able to sit, play the piano and amaze everyone. This has been such a creative charm and is quite a risk free option for me. My kid is also becoming addicted to this course and that gives me even more joy.
I hope this Pianoforall review (or should I say “personal experience” with it) has shed some light for you if you’re on the fence about it.
Here’s to your journey as a pianist!