#1
Country music uses pretty basic cords. I have never written a tab before. How do you do it and what are some of the basics to it. I would be writing tabs that show the chords you use not the solo tabs or anything like that. Can you guys give me some tips.
#2
Pretty easy, just draw six horizontal lines to represent the guitar strings. The thickest string is the bottom line. Usually, however, chord charts in books/sheet music are tilted. Chords are sometimes drawn with the stings running vertically. Quick example of a G chord.

-------3------- This is regular tab. Chord charts in sheet music, just turn it so it runs
---------------- up/down. The top line is the thin string, the high E. The bottom line
--------------- is the thickest string, the bass E. On a chord chart, bass strings on the left.
--------------- Imagine its a drawing of the neck; the tuning pegs are at the top.
-------2------
-------3-------
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