Ok, so I'm learning this piano song in 10/8 timing, and I was hoping someone could tell me how to do this. imagine it as actual music notation, not tablature. also, this is in the bass clef, and in the treble clef part, there is a note on every beat. (the '0's are just there to represent where the notes are, they're not actual notes.)

___ _____ ___ _____
| 3:5 | | 3:5 |
--------------------------------------------
-----------------0-------------------0-----
----------0-------------------0------------
--------------------------------------------
---0--------------------0------------------

thanks

EDIT: oops, it didn't turn out ^ ummm imagine it as two triplet signs over both sets of zeros, but instead of just a 3, it says 3:5
Quote by King_Arthur
Gibson guitar = \$500 (guess)

Pack of strings = \$5

Messing up your guitar with a bass string = Priceless
Erm it would make things easier to see the value of these notes.
they look like quarter notes in 4/4 time, but it's 10/8 time.....sorry, i feel n00bish
Quote by King_Arthur
Gibson guitar = \$500 (guess)

Pack of strings = \$5

Messing up your guitar with a bass string = Priceless
nvm, i just figured it out....with no thanks to anyone here

Quote by King_Arthur
Gibson guitar = \$500 (guess)

Pack of strings = \$5

Messing up your guitar with a bass string = Priceless
ill explain 10/8 = 10 quaver beats

3:5 means play 3 beats over the space of 5 .

a bit like triplets .