30 Day Piano Chord Challenge

(Now On!)

Come and take part in the 30 Day Piano Chord Challenge!

This challenge takes you through learning 30 chords (plus practice progressions) over 30 days. 

You can start now, sign up here:

About the 30 Day Challenge:

What Is It?

For an entire month, I will email you a new chord to learn. This will be your chord of the day to learn. 

I will be emailing 3 chords every 3 days (so as not to flood your inbox.)

What's the Goal?

The goal is to get you started learning chords. 

You'll learn enough chords to start you playing songs you know. 

When Does it Start?

The challenge is ready to start immediately - you just need to sign up for it. 

Will I Have To Play Piano Every Day

One benefit is that it will start the habit of practicing but you don't have to do it every day. 

You will be able to catch up and learn a few chords in one day if you need to. 

How Do I Take Part in the Challenge?

Sign up below and I will email you the new chord everyday starting the day after you check over the prerequisites (see more below).

What Do I Need To Know Before I Begin?

You need to know:

1. How to sit at the piano / keyboard. (Sit straight on the edge on your chair or bench.)

2. How to hold your hands (click here to learn)

3. The notes on the piano (click here to learn).

Are You Up For The Challenge?

Sign up just below to take part in the challenge. 

Bonus! You'll also get the free download: The Ultimate Chord Cheat Sheet. 

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