#1
Hi there,

AS per title i'm after a resource of free/paid sheet music aimed at the complete novice. I see that i may need a LOT of it as once you've kind of memorized a song in your head it's time to move onto another piece so you are always 'reading' it? Am i right?

Anyhow thanks in advance
#2
I'd think most music shops (the ones that sell instruments, not the ones that sell CDs) would have a printed music section. I reckon the best bang for your buck in terms of lots of music for little cash would be "fake"/"real" books (check the blues and jazz sections). You might even find them in the music section of a bookstore, if you have a large enough bookstore around.

Complexity tends to vary from one song to the next, but there's generally enough there that you're not in any danger of accidentally memorising every song -- the couple of books I have each have about 230 different songs. Any time you want some sight-reading practise you can just flip to a random page and have at it, and as you first start out just pick some of the easier songs and work your way up to the harder ones.
#3
Thanks for the reply dude, i got "The Real Book" on your recommendation and it's exactly what i was after.

Cheers