#1
Are they more accurate than regular tabs? Thanks.
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#2
Sometimes, yes. Sometimes no.

I guess they're no more or less accurate than normal tabs.
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#3
it's the person doing the tabs, not the program
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#4
Well I figured the program is you know... I was just wondering. And they all seem to be higher rated.
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#5
well the ability to listen to the song helps determine whether or not the tab is any good, but it does depend on the person who tabs the song.
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well the ability to listen to the song helps determine whether or not the tab is any good, but it does depend on the person who tabs the song.

This.
#7
True enough that the tabber has to know what he's doing, but it's a lot easier and more readable to incorporate timing information and articulations into a GuitarPro tab than for ASCII tabs.
#8
The big advantage is that you can listen to what the other person has done and judge for yourself.