Learning how to understand music is essential if you’re considering a career in the music industry. That’s where guitar tablatures come in handy. There are a lot of advantages to guitar tabs. By using musical notation rather than musical pitches to indicate where you need to place your fingers, a tablature is quick and simple to interpret and there’s no extensive training needed. Another advantage to guitar tablatures is that the fretboard visual is very similar to your stringed instrument so it eliminates the guesswork of finger positions. And tablatures often clearly identify the chord to make the note easily recognizable for guitarists. If you’re looking to master some Zeppelin tracks, consider the Alfred Led Zeppelin Box Set I-V Guitar Tab Platinum Edition Books. Songbooks from their first 5 albums include every guitar solo, slide and bend with tab transcriptions. You’ll be ripping riffs like Jimmy Page in no time. Songs from the greatest rock and roll band in history are always a hit around the campfire so teach yourself how to play some well-known refrains with the Alfred Rolling Stones â€“ Hot Rocks Guitar Tab Book. It features detailed instructions to all 21 tracks from their best-selling compilation, including â€œSatisfactionâ€, â€œRuby Tuesdayâ€ and â€œLet’s Spend the Night Togetherâ€. A Hal Leonard Brad Paisley Tab Book includes notes and tabs for 16 tunes so you can get in full country mode at your next kitchen party. Or Slowhand fans can master 36 Clapton hits by reading the note-for-note tablature transcriptions in the Hal Leonard Eric Clapton Complete Guitar Tab Songbook. Whether you’re a self-taught guitarist or you’ve learned the basics from a friend, guitar tablatures can help hone your skills and expand your musical repertoire. No matter what genre you’re trying to play â€“ jazz, country, pop, folk or classic rock and roll - there are variety of guitar tablatures to choose from that will easily guide you towards becoming a better musician.