#1
ok i just join this but ive been coming to this website for some time. i have a lot of questions. on the tablature i see stuff.

whats a : L,G,TH,T,pbr,brb,\n/,\n,/n,T,P,S,<-fade in,TP.

I will be very VERY APPRECIATIVE!! if someone explain these things to me plz!!!!! i begg you
#3
Basically what he said, dude, you should invest in an actual tab program, all this prb h p Bull is rediculous.
Get something like Tux Guitar and you can read all the Guitar Pro files, and you can play along! YAY!
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#4
Quote by Ultraussie
Basically what he said, dude, you should invest in an actual tab program, all this prb h p Bull is rediculous.
Get something like Tux Guitar and you can read all the Guitar Pro files, and you can play along! YAY!


People coped with normal tab for years before GP came along, it's not like it's actually hard to read
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#5
Quote by Zaphod_Beeblebr
People coped with normal tab for years before GP came along, it's not like it's actually hard to read


People coped with brick sized cell phones for a while...
My analogy - brick phone- regular tab or iPhone - GP
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#6
Quote by Schrute57
People coped with brick sized cell phones for a while...
My analogy - brick phone- regular tab or iPhone - GP


True but old school tabs aren't obsolete anyway, you can't exactly print GP without just getting normal tab
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#7
Quote by Zaphod_Beeblebr
True but old school tabs aren't obsolete anyway, you can't exactly print GP without just getting normal tab


Actually, one of the greatest things I think about guitar pro is it lets you print in standard notation too...
#8
Quote by chainsawguitar
Actually, one of the greatest things I think about guitar pro is it lets you print in standard notation too...


Then what do you do if you can't read that? Print the tab. Point is that if you want a hard copy of something then you're not going to get all of GP's bells and whistles to help with learning
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#9
Quote by ibanart300
PBR - Pull Bend Release
BRB - Bend Release Bend
/ - Slide Up
\ - Slide Down
<- Fade In - Slowly raise volume to fade in
H - Hammer On
P - Pull Off
T (Sometimes TP) - Tap
X- Muted String

Any other questions can be answered in this:

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/for_beginners/guide_to_tab_notation.html

sweet, thnx. i know how to read it, its just trying to perform it. i know how to bend and pull of and hammer on, but i dont know how to do tapping.when i print out a tab, you know u see the symblos, but you know what THANK YOU!! that page explains it to me
Last edited by you15 at Aug 1, 2011,
#10
ok i read it just i got a question now.

im not understanding this whats the point of theses?

whole note - semibreve
half note - minim
quarter note - crotchet
8th note - quaver
16th note - semiquaver
32nd note - demisemiquaver
64th note - hemidemisemiquaver
#11
Quote by you15
ok i read it just i got a question now.

im not understanding this whats the point of theses?

whole note - semibreve
half note - minim
quarter note - crotchet
8th note - quaver
16th note - semiquaver
32nd note - demisemiquaver
64th note - hemidemisemiquaver


They are the proper names for the particular notes/symbols that would be used for that type of note in actual sheet music. Nothing to worry about.