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Taylor Swift - Speak Now (Easy Guitar With Tab) Paperback – April 1, 2011
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Guitar Chord Songbook. This is the most basic and is just words and chords, similar to what you can download from the internet, except that the chords are usually correct and in the right places. It is the least confusing format but also has the least amount of information. This can be a great choice for an absolute beginner.
Piano/Vocal/Guitar. This format gives the chords and words, and a piano (sheet music) arrangement. Can be used by a guitar player but not recommended because the piano arrangement adds unnecessary pages. This format is the obvious choice for a piano player.
Easy Guitar with Notes & Tab. This format has the words and chords, and the singer's part (the melody) is written out in both guitar tab and in standard notation. Some of the guitar parts are also written out in tab and notation. These are mainly the intro's with some snippets of other parts that have been slightly simplified to make them easier to play. In the back of the books is a page of basic guitar strums. Each song suggests which strum pattern is suitable to use with the song, but the suggested strum patterns rarely match the strumming on the actual recordings. These books are somewhat complicated to use because they have many more pages than the basic chord books so there is a lot of page turning involved. The songs in "Speak Now" are each about 6 pages long. These books can be a good choice for the advancing guitarist who wants to learn some basic solo parts or who is learning to read standard notation.
Guitar Recorded Versions. This format includes chords and words, and all guitar parts are written out in guitar tab and notation. The singer's part (melody) is only in notation, not tab. This format gives the most information but is hardest to understand because of the density of the information. For example in "Taylor Swift Guitar Recorded Versions" the song Tim McGraw is 11 pages long and contains 3 different guitar parts. This is the only format that shows the strumming parts as they are actually played, in the form of strumming slashes, but it lacks accents marks which would have been helpful. Definitely not for the beginner but this format can be a good choice for the advancing intermediate guitarist.