Anyone that is looking to learn to play piano needs to check out the Rocket Piano program that has already helped over 90,000 people.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) February 09, 2014
Rocket Piano, a comprehensive at-home course that teaches people how to play the piano quickly with a unique, condensed practicing style has caught the attention of Shane Michaels, prompting an investigative review.
“Rocket Piano is the solution for anyone who has ever dreamed of learning how to play the piano, but just didn’t have the time or the funds to invest in traditional lessons,” reports Michaels. “Rocket Piano has already helped 90,000 people learn to play the piano in a matter of weeks, and that number continues to grow as more people learn how effective it really is.”
Rocket Piano was created to fill the need for effective piano practicing methods on the market. The system that Rocket Piano is based on teaches students not only the material they need to practice, but also the best methods for practicing. Using this method, students can get more out of 10 minutes of practicing than most people can get from 1-2 hours. The Rocket Piano course takes students through the Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced books, where they will learn the basics of melody, harmony, and rhythm, and use those basic skills to eventually learn how to sight read, write songs, and improvise. The Rocket Piano course includes hundreds of sound files and dozens of video lessons so students get an interactive experience each time they sit down to learn. In addition to the three core books, Rocket Piano also includes courses for playing jazz music, gospel and spiritual music, and also jam tracks with piano quizzes to help students make the most of their learning. Both digital and spiral bound versions of Rocket Piano are available depending on the needs and preferences of each student. The digital version can be downloaded immediately for just $39.95. A full set of the spiral bound books and CDs can be purchased for $199.95. Each purchase comes with six valuable bonuses, including items like a metronome, music reading games, access to SongPond, and much more.
“Traditional piano lessons only offer instruction one or twice per week, for usually less than one hour each,” says Michaels. “With Rocket Piano, students can learn to play completely on their own schedule. They don’t have to worry about travel time or fitting lesson appointments into their daily schedule.”
“For less than the cost of one or two traditional piano lessons, students can get years’ worth of piano education all in one complete course with Rocket Piano.”
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