#1
e|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------2h4-------2h4-5h4h2----------------------------------------|
B|--------0-----------------------------2h0------------------------------------|
A|---2/3------------------------------------------2h3--2h3-------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

hey , everyone .. i have trouble to read this .. can you explain how to read this .. thank you ..
#2
It's tablature

The lines represent the strings, the numbers are showing you which frets to put your fingers on.
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#3
The slash, 2/3, means to slide from the 2nd fret to the 3rd. the symbols like 2 H 4 means to hold the second fret while hammering-on the fourth.
#4
5h4h2 means you have two pull-offs, first from 5 to 4, the second one from 4 to 2
you can do this by placing three fingers on the second, fourth and fifth fret of the D-string
#5
Thank you everyone for your explanation ..

Dm Bb C F A
e|-------------------|-----------|-------------------|-----------|
B|---------6-6-------|-----------|---------5-5-------|-----------|
G|---7-5-7-----7-5-7-|-----------|---5-3-5-----5-3-5-|-----------|
D|-7-----------------|-8-8-8-7-8-|-5-----------------|-7-7-7-5-7-|
A|-------------------|-----------|-------------------|-----------|
E|-------------------|-----------|-------------------|-----------|
Then how to read this .. Thank you once again ..
#6
I would imagine the chord notation above just indicates the chords going on underneath the part tabbed. It doesn't figure in to what you're playing physically at all.
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#7
There are many lessons already on UG to teach how to read it. It's called tablature, or tab. Looking it up on google might help alot too.