From The Desk (And Piano) Of Bill Romer:
Dear Piano Enthusiast,
Hang with me for a second here, and I’ll show you how you can get my most in-depth, comprehensive piano course EVER for about 1/6th the investment of regular piano lessons!
These are the exact piano techniques I use every time I play in piano bars, at wedding receptions, or at private parties…
…Which originally took me over 20 years to find out about, and almost another 20 years to learn from guys who really knew how to use it every day in their playing.
Why isn’t this stuff taught in “traditional” piano lessons?!
Listen: Chords are the path to remembering songs more easily, learning new songs more quickly, and creating beautiful, lightning-fast piano arrangements from very little written music.
So, rather than thinking that songs need to be played a certain way, or that your playing always needs to be tied to sheet music (or one of my video lessons :-))…
You can open up a whole new world of playing with unlimited possibilities for arranging songs, learning new songs, and playing the piano for hours, days, months, or years without ever running out of fun stuff to play!
And learning to play CHORD PIANO is the #1 way you can spearhead these changes!
One of the worst, most restrictive mistakes you can make in your piano playing is to automatically assume that a particular song must be played a certain way.
That couldn’t be further from the truth.
If that were the case, the world of music in general – and piano playing in particular – would be pretty boring.
You probably knew this already, but do you really take this concept to heart?
Speaking for myself, from the time I was 5 years old, my connection to the piano existed entirely through complete piano sheet music – right and left hands written out completely.
Even for jazz piano pieces that I loved to play, I needed the complete arrangement written out for me to be able to play it.
It wasn’t until I was in my mid-20’s when I finally entered the wonderful, amazing world of chords and creating my own arrangements that the complete world of beautiful piano playing finally began to open up to me.
The sense of freedom I felt at the piano was indescribable.
Suddenly, I could sit down at the piano with just a melody line and a few chords – or even no music at all (since it was now much easier to memorize tunes) and feel completely comfortable and ready to play – for myself, my family, or a room full of strangers.
And another thing:
It took me almost another 20 years to meet and play with some guys who had really internalized the whole chord piano concept. I had to swallow my pride and let guys who were 10-15 years younger than me teach and show me what sounded the best, especially for popular music that, quite frankly, I hadn’t been used to playing in quite a while.
They showed me the importance of so many things I had been taking for granted: my left hand accompaniment, chord inversions and voicings, tempo, rhythms, and the feel of certain songs.
Sometimes, just focusing on one or two small things can make all the difference, you know?
So, what I’ve done is take all those lessons I learned – both 20 years ago and 5 years ago, and everything in between – and turned them into a brand new, 13-week, super-comprehensive online video piano course called:
This is probably the most in-depth piano course I’ve ever taught.
I’ve also added some very special ingredients (that I’ll tell you about in just a moment) that I believe will make this my most popular and useful piano course to date.
I start by giving you a solid foundation for playing chord-style piano, beginning with physical and digital resources (books and software) that will provide you with endless hours of piano enjoyment and give you that feeling of complete comfort and control at the piano.
I then dig DEEP into the world of chords, chord progressions, rhythms, simultaneous right- and left-hand playing, improvisation, styles, and so much more.
Listen, there’s enough valuable information crammed into this 13-week course to create a virtual chord piano encyclopedia!
And the best part is you don’t have to read through thousands of pages—it’s easily contained in a readily accessible online course you can consume anytime you want – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Better yet, it’s delivered in weekly, bite-sized lessons that are just enough to keep you challenged and moving ahead without overwhelming you.
…Except you won’t have to pay the $400-500 it would normally cost you for 13 weekly piano lessons.
Actually, the amount of content in this course is equivalent to more like 6 months of piano lessons, which puts its value more in the $700-800 range.
If you ever took traditional piano lessons, did you ever record them? I know I never did, but I wish I had – I would LOVE to go back and listen to my teacher explain certain things just one more time. I’m sure I would pick up something new the 2nd, 3rd or even 10th time!
That’s exactly what you can do with Chord Piano Bootcamp.
Simply work your way through each lesson using simple menu navigation, then select the topic you want to learn about, and click the play symbol on each video.
You’ll see not only an overhead view of my hands at the keyboard, but also a digital keyboard that is highlighted with each note that I play, so you can see EXACTLY which notes I’m playing and where my hands are on the actual keyboard. Here’s what that looks like in the actual course:
Now, let me say right up front, these videos are not “Hollywood” productions, OK? I filmed them in my home office with some very basic equipment.
BUT, in my humble opinion, they get the job done – they’re clear, you get to see two types of keyboards in action, and I do my very best to explain everything as slowly and clearly as possible.
And, for the first time, these lessons are also available to view on iPods, iPhones, iPads, and most other smart phones, so you can take them with you right to your piano or keyboard.
If something is confusing, simply pause the video, or watch it again.
If you’re still having questions about a particular lesson, then keep reading…
I’ve setup a closed Facebook group ONLY for members of this course.
Once you’ve signed up for Chord Piano Bootcamp and have become a member of the private Facebook group, you’ll be able to ask questions, take part in group conversations, share videos, and make suggestions for additions or changes to this course AS YOU GO THROUGH IT.
In fact, I’m really hoping to get some suggestions from you about how I can make this course better. If it’s something that will benefit everyone, my plan is to simply make a new video, upload new files, or do whatever I can to make improvements.
YES, I will be upgrading the course BASED ON YOUR SUGGESTIONS… LIVE!
I’ve never had this type of centralized discussion area before, but I really believe it will save me time answering the same questions individually, and I think everyone will benefit from an active group discussion.
Now let me ask you something:
Let’s say there aren’t quite 6 months of lessons in this course, but that it’s more like 4 months worth of lessons – that’s 16 weeks of 30-minute lessons which, last time I checked, were going for about $30 per half hour.
That’s a total cost of $480.
I guarantee you that there’s way more than 8 hours worth of lessons in Chord Piano Bootcamp.
In fact, I guarantee you’ll be completely satisfied with this course, or I’ll happily refund your investment.
Since this is sort of a new experiment in lesson delivery for me, I really wanted to make this course available to as many people as possible at the most reasonable price possible.
So, if you sign up for my 13-week Chord Piano Bootcamp before midnight, Monday, March 18th, you’ll be able to enroll for the special introductory price of just 3 monthly payments of $27 each.
That’s less than 1/6th the price of learning this material through traditional piano lessons!
Each week, you’ll receive acess to the next lesson, and you’ll continue to have access to the previous weeks’ content… well… forever!
So, if you think you don’t have time for this course, well, my friend, you’ve got all the time in the world. You can go through everything each week, or just let it accumulate it and go through it at your own pace. I’ll warn you, however, probably the most active discussions will be happening as the new content is released each week.
Yes, St. Patrick’s Day is this weekend, so I decided to include a special bonus lesson if you act before Monday, March 18th at midnight.
If you act now, you’ll have immediate access not only to Week 1 of Chord Piano Bootcamp, but also to a special “Members Only” video piano lesson showing you how to play a simple but beautiful arrangement of the classic song, “Danny Boy,” complete with a simple lead sheet you can download in PDF format.
In fact, even though you’ll have complete access to this Bonus Lesson right away (for this weekend, if you like), I’ll be referring to it at several points throughout the course to show you exactly how and why it works the way I describe it in the lesson.
You’ll also be able to download my “music-less” chord chart, covering all the basic piano chords, AND my “music-less” scale chart, showing you every major scale in every key – both of these WITHOUT any piano music – simply visual representations of the piano keyboard and the notes you need to play.
To be honest, I’m not sure why you’re still sitting there reading this letter. If you’re looking to immediately begin raising your comfort level at the piano, add 1000’s of potential new songs to your repertoire, and learn the chord piano secrets it took me over 40 years to finally locate, then I suggest you click the button below and begin your membership right away.
If you’re completely happy with your current piano abilities and feel there’s no room for improvement, then, frankly, this course is probably not for you.
If you plan on piecing together piano lessons from various sources – offline or online – and hoping it will all click at some point, then I suggest you keep looking elsewhere.
But if you’ll spend just 13 weeks with me and hundreds of other eager students, learning the secrets of chord piano, sharing your questions and new skills in a private (and UNJUDGED) discussion area, and if you put in just a little bit of regular practice time that I suggest, I guarantee you’ll come away a better, more comfortable piano player.
In fact, since you’re protected by my 365-day money-back guarantee for this course, you have absolutely no risk in trying it out.
Dedicated To Making You More Comfortable And Confident At The Piano,
P.S. This very special pricing and additional bonuses disappear at midnight on Monday, March 18th. So take action right now!
P.P.S. Payments will be processed through PayPal and my company, Family Rhythms, FYI.