Frequently Asked Questions

Jacques Answers the Most Common Questions
About Piano In 21 Days

Come on... 21 days? Is this a scam?

I’ll be the first to admit “Piano In 21 Days” does sound a little scammy. It also sounds a little unbelievable. Fortunately, you don’t have to just take my word for it.

60,000+ people have downloaded my free 5-day workbook and the feedback is overwhelmingly positive. If you’re skeptical, this is a great place to start since you can literally try my method for free and see if it works for you.

2,200+ people have signed up for my premium 21-day program and seen some pretty awesome results. You can see some of those students playing their piano or keyboard and talking about their results on my testimonial page. You can also find completely unbiased reviews on the third-party site TrustPilot.

How much does Piano In 21 Days cost?

First and foremost, I offer a lot of training for free. In fact, I want you to start with the free material so you can really understand if the way I teach piano is for you.

I’m blessed to call Piano In 21 Days my job and is the main source of income for my family. So, yes, my full 21-day program comes for a fee.

There will be three different packages available ranging from $97 to $497, depending on your needs and your budget. There will also be payment plans available for those that want to spread out the payments over several months. Stay tuned for many more details.

What will my playing sound like after 21 days?

It would be easy for me to just tell you that you will sound like I do in my videos. For example, here’s what Make You Feel My Love by Adele can sound like:

But I think a more realistic expectation is for you to listen to what graduates of Piano In 21 Days sounds like. You can hear from several different people on the Testimonials Page.

I'm busy. Do I have to go through the course in 21 consecutive days?

When I first started Piano In 21 Days several years ago, it was my hope that most people would go through the course in 21 consecutive days. As it turns out, people are busy, they want to spend more time on a particular lesson, etc.

So no, most people do not go through the course in 21 consecutive days. Fortunately, anyone who signs up for my full 21-day program gets lifetime access. You can go through the program as quickly or as slowly as you want.

I have found, though, that the longer it takes to learn something, the less likely you are to actually finish it. So for that reason I do recommend you go through the course as quickly as fits in your schedule.

And remember, those first 20 hours are the most important…

I'm old. Will this work for me?

One of my favorite quotes is this:

“The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago… the second best time is RIGHT NOW!”

Yes, it would be fantastic if you actually learned piano when you were younger and could therefore truly enjoy playing the piano today. But if you haven’t learned yet, that doesn’t mean it’s too late to try.

80% of my students are over 50 years old. My oldest student is 92. You’re never too old to learn something you love. Please stop using this as an excuse.

How do I join the full program?

I’m currently updating my 21-day program for the fifth time.

Each time I update my program, it’s because I find new ways to help my students and I’m on a mission to create the ultimate piano learning experience on the planet.

Click here to join the waitlist and get my free “Learn 36 Popular Songs in 5 Days” Workbook while you wait.

What kind of piano or keyboard should I buy? Do I need any other equipment?

I gotcha covered! Watch this video for a comprehensive explanation of the different types and some specific recommendations from me…

Ok... I'm in. What's the next step?

Great! The next step is to grab a copy of the free workbook and you’ll be notified as soon as the full course is available.