Piano For All Review
Pianoforall Reviews: 2020
I have been asked by Brian Sampson of Colorado to review a best selling product on Clickbank called Pianoforall written by Robin Hall. I was able to download the package which contains in excess of 10 ebooks, 200 videos and 500 audio files. To be honest I don’t have the time to go through each and every video/ebook/audio file as I’m a complete noob at piano and I don’t particularly want to be a piano player but had promised Brian I would give my honest review. As per usual I will list the good, the bad and the ugly below based on my experience with the product much like I did with my previous Review of Salehoo.
The site Pianoforall.com states “It is one of the most popular online piano courses online and has been helping people all around the world achieve their dream of playing beautiful piano for over a decade.”
The Good: Piano for all Review – 2020
Ok – So the 1st thing I noticed (admittedly I’m a non-musical person) Piano for All is taught in a completely different manner to how I remember learning at Music school. This Piano program proposes “secret way” of learning by removing much of the fear that most people have when playing the piano for the first time. In fact Robin Hall the creator of Pianoforall really tries and give the student tips and tricks straight up rather then progressively letting them out of the bag as the course progresses. I have to say that for the most part, it works.
- Convenience & accessibility Lets start with probably the most obvious positive of the product. Because Piano For All is an online course it provides an opportunity to learn the instrument in the comfort of your home and at your convenience.
- Portability You can basically take it with you wherever you go. The apps and plugins can be stored on your devise so there are no more excuses for not to be doing you piano homework. You can even practice on the train on the way to work
- Instant Download As with all of the courses they are instantly downloadable. Everything is at your fingertips. Now waiting for course updates or new material. You can chose to skip lessons and chapters depending upon your level of competency.
- Very small learning curve The methodology and structure is set up in such a way as to get the student up and running as quick as possible.
The Not So Good: Piano for all Review – 2020
- No hard copies available
The Pianoforall course at present is only available in downloadable format as it doesn’t come as hard copy. However, if your like me and prefer to work off the iPad this is perfect.
Nifty Nev’s conclusion:
Piano for All lays the framework and sets a series of piano playing techniques, tricks and tips that can be applied by a simple piano novice like myself or even those with more experience but would like to get better at the piano faster then they would otherwise. The Piano for All program currently is available on Click bank for only $39.95. I would seriously recommend this product for anyone wanting to learn the piano.
You can also purchase Piano For All via Udemy. At this stage I do not believe that there is a discount available.