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A must-have for the Beatlemaniac!<br />Every song written and/or recorded by The Beatles (including covers),...
Each 1,000+ page volume contains 150 note-for-note transcriptions straight from the original recordings....
Every guitar bend, slide and solo from their 5 albums.
33 of their biggest hits and an album-matching folio with photos and interviews.
This great collection features all 194 songs written and sung by The Beatles, specially transcribed here for...
This book covers 67 classic songs spanning the classic rock era to the modern rock era, all arranged in...
Complete guitar TAB for every Van Halen song!<br />1200-page collection includes smash hit albums like Van...
Learn to play some of the best-loved acoustic guitar tunes with this collection of notation and tablature for...
Note-for-note transcriptions with tab for 150 blues classics!
26 Favorites Arranged for 5-String Banjo
Once you learn to read tablature, you can easily figure out how to play all of your favorite songs. This method of reading plucking formations, strumming techniques and different stringed instrument stylings ensures you get the song exactly right, just as the artist originally intended. With a little know-how you can easily impress your friends with their favorite covers too. Guitarists will find an incredible selection of tablature books available. Big brands like Hal Leonard, Alfred and Cherry Lane have extensive options ranging from classic guitar rock to today’s hits. Often times, if a new album debuts, the matching guitar tab book is out soon after so you can get a jump on adding newer hits to your set.
For bassists, whether you’re in a cover band or playing on your own, bass tablature books have what you need to nail your favorite bass lines. Whether you want to learn the classics, try out a new style of bass playing or are looking to stack your set with hits, you can easily find a tablature book that plainly lays out everything you need to be successful.
Mandolin, ukulele, fiddle and banjo players also have some great options for learning new tabs. While these categories have a lot of traditional playing style books, there are also many options for learning how to play pop hits with your offbeat instrument. It will be pretty impressive to your friends if you can haul out your uke or mandolin and play a unique version of Eric Clapton’s Layla.
Music teachers will also find tablature books to be a really great learning tool. Once your student has the basic theory down, it’s common that they want to learn specific songs instead of more theory, so tablature books are the perfect way to do both, read music and play it.
Tablature books simply make playing music all the more enticing. When you can gather round with your friends and have everyone know the words to what you’re playing, it can really inspire you to practice more and be the best you can be with your instrument. Once your repertoire is stacked with songs you can play, you could easily become the performer everyone loves at your local venue or house party.