When you enroll, whether you're jumping into one or all six, here is everything that's included in your one-time enrollment:
  • Lifetime membership
  • 24/7 access to your lessons
  • Rewatch lessons infinitely 
  • Direct feedback from Scott
  • Hard copy course books
  • Hard copy gig books
  • Chord charts and note guide
  • 30 day money-back guarantee

If you want to play the piano, we have a plan to help make it happen.

Individual Course


Start with a single course. Just one course contains 3-4 months worth of lessons when compared to traditional lessons, and it will help you get a feel for what it’s like to learn with Scott and experience his unique method.

Full Course 1-6 Bundle


Our most popular package and the greatest discount you can get! This is Scott’s entire method which will take you from absolute beginner to an advanced player who has FUN playing and making music on their own.

$175 in savings!

Two Courses


Not ready for all six but want to “kick the tires”? Or do you have previous experience and don’t need our beginner courses? With the Custom Bundle, you can pick and choose the courses that are right for you. The more you buy, the more you save!

$20 in savings!

Remember, all purchases receive a 30 Day Money-Back Guarantee, so you can try us out risk-free!

Piano In A Flash vs. Traditional Piano Lessons

By the time you are through all of the courses you will have effectively saved AT LEAST $3900!
What You'll Learn
Click on a course title below to see what you'll learn

Class 1: Let’s Start Playing
Learn three simple chords and get accustomed to positioning your fingers naturally.

Class 2: Playing Melody Lines
Learn how to play melody lines.

Class 3: Lead Sheets
Learn how to recognize the melody and harmony when you play from a lead sheet.

Class 4: Feeling the Pulse of a Tune
Learn to feel the “pulse” of a tune by recognizing its time signature.

Class 5: Learning a New Chord Flavor – Minor 
Learn the difference between major and minor chords by learning to play a D minor chord.

Class 6: Inversions
Learn about the concept of inversions, which can make it easier to play chords.

Class 7: Adding another Chord Flavor – 7ths
Learn about the 7th Chords and what makes them different from major and minor chords.

Class 8: Celebration
Review what you learned and play “Feliz Navidad.” 

Class 1: Welcome to Course Two!
In this class, you will need to stretch out from our most basic technique of reading a lead sheet and will learn some new techniques for your left and right hands.

Class 2: Let’s Learn the Blues!
Learn the basics of the “Blues Chord Progression” that is used in literally hundreds of thousands of tunes.

Class 3: A New Way to Play Chords
Learn a new way to play chords utilizing a fun pattern.

Class 4: Learning How Chords Are Constructed 
Learn the “nuts and bolts” of how chords are constructed.

Class 5: Learning a New Chord Flavor – Minor 
Learn how to “officially” name the black keys and further explore inversions.

Class 6: More Twisting & Shouting
Explore chord substitutions, learn a new guitar riff, and an alternative to playing full, left-hand chords.

Class 7: Accompaniment Style vs. Solo Style
Learn how you can split a tune between your two hands in accompaniment style.

Class 8: Celebration
Learn how to play a decent rendition of “Auld Lang Syne” and gain a couple of new right and left-hand techniques along the way that you can apply to other songs, too.

Class 1: Welcome to Course Three!
In this class, you will learn how to follow a “Road Map” through playing the song “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You.”

Class 2: More Great Sounding Chords
Learn to play the song, “When I Fall In Love” using a couple of new chord substitutions to enhance the overall sound.

Class 3: It’s Time to Get Some Rhythm
Learn about rhythm and apply it to a new song, “Going Out of My Head.”

Class 4: Let’s Take a Rest
Explore rest durations, while learning the song, “Every Breath You Take.”

Class 5: What Time Is It?
Learn about time signatures and apply that knowledge to the song, “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”

Class 6: Ballads—We Love ‘Em!
Explore the 6/8 time signature while learning to play the song “Memory” from the musical “Cats.”

Class 7: Transposing
Learn how to transpose a song to make it easier for someone to sing along while you play.

Class 8: Celebration Week
Learn how to play the incredibly fun song, “Great Balls of Fire” and in the process, learn a “killer” LH pattern!

Class 1: Welcome to Course Four!
Learn to play the song, “What a Wonderful World” while learning about the “Major Third Interval.”

Class 2: New Chord Flavor—Augmented
Learn what Augmented Chords are and how to play them in any key!

Class 3: New Chord Flavor—Diminished
Learn a couple of terrific RH effects as you work your way through the song, “Bali Hai” as well as exploring a new chord family.

Class 4: Dominant 7th VS. Major 7th—Say What?
Explore the difference between a Major 7th and a Dominant 7th.

Class 5: A Familiar Ending, Amen
Work through the “interval of the fourth” as you learn a very popular ending—The Amen Ending.

Class 6: A Vamp on Broadway
In this class, we will learn about an interesting technique called a “Vamp.”

Class 7: Clowning Around with a Second
Focus on “phrasing” as we explore the interval of the second and “triplets” as we work through the song, “Send in the Clowns.”

Class 8: Celebration Week
Learn how to play a nice rendition of “The Christmas Song” as well as learning about a new interval: The Interval of the Octave.

Class 1: Welcome to Course Five!
Learn about the Major Scale—how it helps our playing and some tips for practicing the Major scale starting on different notes.

Class 2: Just a Minor Thing About Scales
Learn about the three different types of minor scales although our focus will be on the basic natural minor scales.

Class 3: When in Doubt—”Pent Out”
Focus on how the Major and Minor Pentatonic Scales can help your playing.

Class 4: Time to Jam on Some Blues
In this class, you will be exposed to the Blues Scale, the 12 Bar Blues Progression and will learn a great Boogie Woogie left-hand pattern.

Class 5: My, What a Lovely Voicing You Have
Gain an understanding of Open and Closed Voicings.

Class 6: A Couple New Chord Flavors
Learn how to use 2 new chord flavors—Major and Minor 9th Chords.

Class 7: A Few Classic Endings
Learn a couple of terrific, classic endings that will help you get out of tunes with a flair!

Class 8: Celebration Time—How Do I Know What to Play?
Get some helpful guidelines you can use now to help you plan your own arrangements to make the tunes you are playing “your own.”

Class 1: Welcome to Course Six!
Learn about a new chord flavor called “sus” chords and learn a great new lick!

Class 2: New Chord Flavors: 9th and 13th Chords
Learn two new chord flavors and a couple of great blues voicings.

Class 3: More New Chord Flavors
Learn about slash, altered and Minor/Major Seventh Chords that will help take your playing to the next level.

Class 4: Introduction to Improvisation
In this class, we will open the door to improvisation. Specifically, we will explore how to use embellishment, fills, soloing and adding a walking bass line to make the melody your own creation.

Class 5: Playing by Ear
In this class, we will focus on how to play by ear!

Class 6: More on Transposing
We will build on our prior knowledge of transposing and move into modulating with turnarounds.

Class 7: How to Play with a Bass Player
In this class, you will learn how to play with a bass player!

Class 8: Wrapping Up Some Final Loose Ends
Learn some improvisation starter patterns and endings that you can use with your favorite tunes.

It’s YOUR turn to play. Become a piano player today!