Beginner Online Piano Lessons – 8 Important Tips To Learn Fast

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If you want to start playing piano I want to tell you that it is an amazing investment of your time, and you'll never regret it. Learning how to play piano by yourself is one of the most fulfilling things you can do with your life, in my opinion. At the site you can get online piano lessons without paying for an expensive piano instructor.

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How much are lessons? Well, it depends on your teacher but they can be anywhere from 25-100$ per hour, and that means 100-500$ per month or so, depending on how many lessons you take. The good news is that you don't need a instructor for most of your career. You can get jazz piano training, classical piano, piano books and blues and pop lessons, for a fraction of the price by learning what you need to practice and practicing yourself. After all, you're still going to need to practice to get better fast.

Getting over the first few months of learning and getting into a practice routine can be tough though, so I wanted to create this video to help you beginners out. Watch the whole video for some great tips that should get you motivated and give you a little primer about what you're in for.

The link above is a site that I'd recommend learning piano from. They're online lessons you can download. You don't need a private teacher to learn how to play – you just need to know the correct way to practice, which is what will make you better anyway. 30$/hour for a private teacher won't make you better, frankly, and a lot of people quit because getting private lessons takes the fun out of musical instruments for many people. I have a vested interest in the website above by the way – it is a really good place to learn piano and it makes it easy and cheap.

So check out the link above for video training for yourself (for adults and kids) and you can download them right now from the site and start practicing. Good luck and I hope you like the video!

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  1. David Gustavo Posdeley

    09/16/2015 at 3:06 PM