Learning piano is simple when you have a Really Useful poster

Learning an instrument is hard but should but worth it and this single wall poster may be the step you need to start playing the piano.

What can just one poster do? Well if it’s the Really Useful poster then it could potentially teach you everything you need to get started playing the piano. Big enough to fit in loads of vital lessons, small enough to hang on the wall just above your piano/keyboard, just the right size to master the basics of piano scales and chords.

The Really Useful Poster Company have just 1 mission – “to make piano playing and music composition more fun, and more accessible to all”. The poster features 48 separate scales (major, natural minor, melodic minor and harmonic minors), 60 individual chords and much more on music theory which provides a comprehensive introduction into how music works and how that applies on all those black and white keys.

The Really Useful Piano Poster comes in A1 and a range of printing options so that you can decide the thickness of your gloss paper and whether it comes folded or rolled. In the future they hope to release a deluxe edition, special edition, and a classroom version in A0 size.

Whether you’re looking to take up a new hobby, starting your journey towards a virtuoso, or just need some help when putting chords into your tracks the Really Useful Piano poster is, well… really useful! The Really Useful Piano Poster is currently raising money on Kickstarter here. Secure yours now for as low as £13 here: www.kickstarter.com/projects/trupp/the-really-useful-piano-poster

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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