• Madeleine Katavolos
    Posted at 15:33h, 23 November Reply

    Thank you, Scott. I know this will help. Nice sound.
    Madeleine Katavolos

    • Judy Usavage
      Posted at 16:20h, 28 June Reply

      Thanks, Scott. I really like your tips. I am SO very slow with music but try really hard. I have a Lowry’s but taught myself to use chords. Rhythm is really hard but it’s getting better. My talent is painting on canvas so just about all my money goes into supplies. I tell you this because I just can’t do your whole course but these simple tips keeps me interested in moving forward, just would like to see a more affordable alternative–how about a portrait for a few more lessons? 😀 Judy

      • Scott Houston
        Posted at 15:30h, 30 June Reply

        Ha! Judy don’t forget that even though the entire method consists of 6 courses, you can however purchase one course at a time, the entire Method (courses 1-6) or the first 2 courses, 1&2, etc. The more you purchase at one time, the cheaper they are per course. You can find those options at pianoinaflash.com/pricing (and then scrolling down the page…)

        Hope that helps. 🙂

  • ed helein
    Posted at 15:56h, 23 November Reply

    ty Scott this was so awesome I loved it Ed

  • ed helein
    Posted at 15:56h, 23 November Reply

    Scott, thanks for this lesson I loved it Ed

  • Joseph
    Posted at 17:21h, 23 November Reply

    Thanks. It is a really helpful finger exercise.

  • Jo Ann Weber
    Posted at 17:37h, 23 November Reply

    You make it so much fun… I am an 81 year old woman and played piano not the greatest but could read sheet music. I have finally decided after at least fifty years of not touching my piano ( Just keep the dust off) I would give it a try again and thanks to you it’s been an interesting journey. What beginner viedos do you have to learn boogie woogie and blues music.. I need very easy…

    • Scott Houston
      Posted at 10:27h, 26 November Reply

      Go to our YouTube channel where there are specific videos on just what you are asking about. You can find it here: youtube.com/pianoguytv

  • Duane
    Posted at 18:21h, 23 November Reply

    Standard exercise. I could use help with bass chords/left hand work.

  • Glend
    Posted at 18:59h, 23 November Reply

    Great! Thanks!

  • Doug
    Posted at 19:21h, 23 November Reply

    Hi Scott: I enjoyed the video. You know we’re all out here,each wanting to play piano. I tried to get into it more than 10 years ago, and always followed you with your samples. Somehow, other activities seemed to override my good intentions. In example, I just had my computer installed in a home in Saskatoon, (Saskatchewan) because I was invited to use some unused space for practicing guitar Mandolin and voice, all to be ready for our next year’s Canadian 150th year celebration, I’m preparing for. I did not bring my keyboard; it’s still in Kelowna, and I won’t be back there until Christmastime.

    I’ll tell you what Scott, I will bring the keyboard back with me, and give equal time with Mando and guitar and voice. I’ll follow your videos, and keep you informed of my progress. I expect there’ll be a cost, and if it’s not too high, I;ll go for it…..Doug.

  • Brian Petersen
    Posted at 19:37h, 23 November Reply

    Excellent tip… thanks Scott.

  • Doug
    Posted at 21:10h, 23 November Reply

    Hi Scott:

    I’ll go for it, but not until the New Year. I’ll bring the keyboard with me from Kelowna.


  • Andres
    Posted at 14:45h, 25 November Reply

    Great exercise.
    Thank you Scott

  • Debra Callahan
    Posted at 14:58h, 25 November Reply

    thank you! that is so fun to practice

  • Don Wenner
    Posted at 00:27h, 30 November Reply

    Thank Scott. You answered my earlier dumb question and given me something to look forward to doing. My keyboard is packed away at the moment. Having my Apt painted,

  • Robert Wilson
    Posted at 11:59h, 06 December Reply

    As always Scott you made this little exercise fun and interesting. It’s a great start to improv. All your videos are the best! Learning piano is now FUN and not arduous like when I was taking lessons from a great lady but,, who taught in the classical way. Thankyou.

  • raymond
    Posted at 10:23h, 12 December Reply

    great lesson scott thankst,

  • raymond
    Posted at 10:25h, 12 December Reply

    great lesson scott, thanks !

  • CHeRyL
    Posted at 07:39h, 31 July Reply

    Thanks so much for all you do helping with fun piano tips

    • Scott Houston
      Posted at 13:52h, 03 August Reply

      You are VERY welcome 🙂

    • Ryan Eldridge
      Posted at 09:36h, 18 January Reply

      From all of us here at Piano In a Flash, we are so very glad we can make learning the piano fun and enjoyable!

  • Bill McConnell
    Posted at 11:19h, 23 October Reply

    WOW , you are a gifted communicator.
    Nice job, Scott
    No doubt in my mind, the best instructor on the web.
    We will be doing business very soon, my friend

    • Ryan Eldridge
      Posted at 09:34h, 18 January Reply

      The whole Piano In A Flash team – Scott included – says thanks! To get started, you can try – for FREE – our intro course at https://learn.pianoinaflash.com/enroll. Once you’ve gotten your feet wet, we have 6 courses total that walk you through out to begin enjoying playing the piano!

  • LaVerne Wisdom
    Posted at 18:24h, 08 November Reply

    Thanks Scott, you are great, I appreciate it!!! LaVerne

    • Ryan Eldridge
      Posted at 09:35h, 18 January Reply

      From all of us at Piano In A Flash, we appreciate you! if you want to begin learning how our proven method works, check out our free intro course at https://learn.pianoinaflash.com/enroll

  • carol
    Posted at 11:35h, 17 January Reply

    Hello ….your page is the best I’ve seen yet~. you give more show and less chatting about it.
    right off at the keyboard, and this is whats needed. Thanks. I just might learn to play the piano with you.

    • Ryan Eldridge
      Posted at 09:28h, 18 January Reply

      Thanks! Glad it helps! If you are interested in the program, feel free to kick the tires a bit and try our free intro course. You can find it here – https://learn.pianoinaflash.com/enroll – along with all the courses we offer to help people start enjoying playing the piano!

  • Julie
    Posted at 21:49h, 26 June Reply

    Definitely going to try this. I started lessons a few years ago. But just can’t seem to get the 2 hands to play together. Maybe this will help. Thanks

  • Regina Montana
    Posted at 10:16h, 26 March Reply

    This is just fantastic and I can’t wait to try it. Very cool. Thank you Scott for sharing your expertise with us.

  • HeoldMarse
    Posted at 22:32h, 06 April Reply


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