i've been introduced to piano by a friend who is quite good at it.
he tweeted me a link to a piano course he said is very good and has helped him.

the link he gave me is https://bit.ly/b6fhfp , so i am thinking to give the lessons a try, but before i buy, i need to know if it actually could help me...

i'm very new, so i tought it may be that the course is too difficult for a newbie like me, it looks good but has anyone tried it or knows about it?

many thanks for advices.
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you can learn a lot from any online music course if you will put in the effort. i really feel your money would be better spent with a local teacher. if you decide to use a local teacher and there are probably multiple teachers available, interview them to get a feel for how they teach and to ensure that you mesh well. you are hiring that person and if they don't want to answer your questions they probably won't meet your needs. also if you seem to not be making satisfactory progress, and you are putting forth a genuine effort, you may need to consider finding a different instructor. doing it this way puts the onus on you which is where it rightfully belongs. i hope in some way i helped you.
also, as a compromise, some brick and mortars are willing to match or lower the price to compete with an online price to get the sale.
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