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well if this is reading tabs for the beginner you should add a little "commonly used symbols" such as "h" for hammer-on "b" for bend "~" for vibrato and others like it
i still did not get da part wid all dat C# and Eb?
Excellent lesson for me, a beginner.
There's a lot more here than meets the eye at first. It moved me forward quite a bit. Thank you sooooo much for taking the time to spell this all out.
excellent 'beginners' post
Just a few things The 14th and 16th frets arent usually inlaid (dotted) but the 15th and 17th are.
This lesson has really helped me allot could you go more in depth with the other symbols and signs
Just noticed one little thing, you said the low E string is the first string. That is not correct. The high e is the first string. So, e=1, B=2, G=3, D=4, A=5, E=6.
Normally the low E is capital and high e is lowercase and the dotted frets are usually 3-5-7-9-12 then repeting as if 12 were open, 15-17-19-21-24, 12 and 24 are double dotted, ocasionally there are guitars above 24 and they repeat again as if 24 were 12 or open, 27-29-... You wrote 3-5-7-12-16-18, although this may not be that important
i noticed that as well gtarslinger.
please what happens when you have so many numbers how to do u follow what is the sequence this has not gone far enough in terms of a full song
Your introduction to TAB reading is COMPLETELY WRONG!!!!!!
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