Ultimate Guitar Piano Chords

Ultimate Guitar Piano Chords - 1  Minute Quick Guide

Check out the video below - using Ultimate Guitar chords for piano. 

Ultimate Guitar Piano Chords - Quick Start Guide (10 mins)

Check out the video below to get playing Hallelujah (Jeff Buckley) on piano within minutes using UG chords! 

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Guitarists - Learning Piano Shortcut

The GREAT NEWS for guitarists is that you already have a head start when learning to play piano and there are some killer tips that give you a shortcut to playing chords, riffs and melody on piano. 

By far the best way to play popular music on piano is using chords and tabs, just like the standard way to learn guitar is with chords and tabs eg at Ultimate Guitar. 

Chords and piano tabs offer killer advantages:- 

  • beginners play 1st song within minutes
  • play to intermediate level in weeks
  • learn professional style in months


You Already Understand the Most Important Thing

So you already understand about the most important thing about learning piano quickly - how music is made up out of patterns called chords and how often songs just use a handful of chords in the entire song.

Isn't this obvious - you may ask yourself?? - NO! Conventional wisdom with regards to piano, says that you need to learn traditional notation, which NEVER shows chord patterns and this makes learning piano slow and difficult. Traditional notation is good if you want to learn complex classical music, but for the vast majority of people who want to have fun playing piano, it can lead to years of frustration and even giving up piano altogether.


Shortcuts to Transfer Guitar Skills to Piano

Even better ....... as I have spent decades playing both guitar and piano, I'm sharing with you the shortcuts that enable you to transfer your guitar skills to the piano and save yourself LOTS of TIME.


The Big Problem

The big problem has always been learning to play melodies and riffs on piano, as these aren't shown in chord sheets, just in tabs sheets and guitar tabs don't translate to the piano keyboard.


The Solution

To solve this problem, I created a form of tablature that is specifically designed for the keyboard - a form of piano tabs that actually works (legacy piano tabs have not been very user friendly). I called this new form of piano tabs ....... you guessed it ..... PianoTabz! Ok I know you don't spell it with a 'z' but it had to be a unique name, to stand out from the old piano tabs versions!

PianoTabz enables absolute beginners to play BOTH melody and chords within minutes and is so groundbreaking, it has been awarded a patent.


Playing Both Melody and Chords on Piano

What this means for you is that you can play your favourite guitar songs on piano using existing chord sheets at www.Ultimate-Guitar.com and if you want to play melody as well, you can now do this incredibly quickly using PianoTabz.


The RESULTS SPEAK for THEMSELVES

From total beginners, to Oscar and Academy Award winning musicians, the results have to be seen to be believed .......

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Hallelujah piano diary (30 mins to few weeks)


How to Start Playing Piano

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  • play piano with Ultimate Guitar chords within minutes
  • play melodies and riffs
  • understand piano tabs in minutes

How Playing Guitar Help Learn Piano

It might be obvious that Music is a universal language and so learning any instrument gives an insight into music that can be useful when learning another instrument. But it is little known that learning guitar by chords and tabs (eg Ultimate Guitar chord sheets) can transform progress on piano. This is because chords and tabs enable you to play popular music on piano amazingly quickly, which is why most pop/rock stars use chords instead of traditional notation.

If you want to play piano for accompaniment, then you only need chords but if you want to play solo piano then you need to play the melody in addition to the chords, so you will need either a lead sheet, or the ability to be able to work out the melody by ear.

A standard lead sheet shows the lyrics, the melody written in notation and the chords in the standard guitar chords format. If you don’t already read notation, then you can use piano tabs format lead sheets, such as PianoTabz, which only takes minutes for a beginner to understand as it replaces notation with numbers from 1 to 7.

In order to play piano from lead sheets, you apply a ‘playing pattern’ that can range from a simple beginners pattern (eg root position chord with 3 notes) to a professional patterns, with 4+ note inversions of chords, octaves, passing notes, riffs, etc…

You can get free tutorial videos showing how to play Hallelujah on piano with chords and lead sheets and the DecPlay 5 Step Piano Formula by entering your email below. 

3 FREE Lessons - Learn Piano with Ultimate Guitar chords 

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