#1
Well, I've found piano chords for songs, but I have been unable to locate any piano tabs :/ anyone know of a good site that has any?
#2
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#3
the reason is that you should learn to read music.
most piano players read music so the likely hood of you finding usefull tabs is low
#4
it's hard to find sheet music for free online since it's all copyrighted by the people who arrange it. but you Can get it all off of torrents or limewire .
#7
I use to be able to read sheet music (5-6 years ago) but I switched to guitar.

I guess I'll have to learn to read music again.

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Yeah, instead of a line for a string there is a line per octave. On each like there will be A-G that represents what note you play on each octave.
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#8
Is there even a general consensus as to how to write piano tabs? I've never seen one.
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#9
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Is there even a general consensus as to how to write piano tabs? I've never seen one.



----A-------------------
---------B--------------
C--------------G---------
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(Crappy example, middle line is middle C)

It shows you what notes to play. So this would be like play an A 2 octaves above middle C than a B 1 octave above middle C, then a G.

Like that.
#10
use chords and use your ear man, the wandering fingers don't get so wandering after awhile
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#11
Well, once I know a songs key, it's not that hard :P

I can always just transcribe the guitar tabs, it just takes a bit :P