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Guitar Tablature Manuscript Paper - Standard Paperback – January 1, 1986
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This would make marking sooooooooooo much easier and 4 bars per stave is very easy to accomplish. I know because I have doubled (enlarged) a sheet and will use copies of this to tab out riffs and songs.
Example: 12 bar blues; the first four bars will fit on one 6 line stave.
With this said, I still use the binder book about as much as the enlarged paper,
but would not have to use both if the lines were spread out.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived on time and is what it is suppose to be. I would recommend buying this product.Published 2 months ago by JIMMY B
There isn't much I can say about this product. It has everything you need in a tablature book, but nothing exciting or anything. It does its job and that's what matters.Published 2 months ago by DJ
this is for writing your ; penatonics , cords , hot licks , or writing you songs down for your bandmates. great for lessons as well.Published 2 months ago by richard ahrens
This gives me all i need, tab sheets chord sheets. all in one neat place.Published 3 months ago by Hope Hudson
My son writes music and absolutely loves this book. He is able to write guitar parts in different forms. Best composing book we've found.Published 5 months ago by Lucy
Great product, it would be nice if they included guitar chord grids.Published 5 months ago by SDW410
I love this tablature. I've been using it for years to write down ideas and mostly during lessons to quickly jot down song forms with chords. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Clint Stanger