#1
I'm just wondering for those who have looked at many guitar tabs, which of the following type of tab do you prefer and find easier to use?

1. A tab that lists how to play all of the different parts of the song, and when one repeats, it references to look above.

EG.

Verse #1: REAL TAB WOULD BE HERE

Chorus #1: REAL TAB WOULD BE HERE

Interlude: REAL TAB WOULD BE HERE

Verse #2: (see above)

Chorus #2: (see above)


2. A tab that goes through the whole song, even re-writing repeated riffs such as the chorus, verse, etc.

EG.

Verse #1: REAL TAB WOULD BE HERE

Chorus #1: REAL TAB WOULD BE HERE

Interlude: REAL TAB WOULD BE HERE

Verse #2: REAL TAB WOULD BE HERE

Chorus #2: REAL TAB WOULD BE HERE


please post your opinions and what you think is the best type.
#2
Type 1.
Edit: A poll might be a good idea if you didn't make one
Last edited by that1l)ude at Aug 3, 2008,
#3
well the 2nd is easiest for beginners as it shows every part of the song even if it is repeats but after you've played a while you just learn to repeat previous riffs etc from memory rather than having to see them again, its all down to preference and specific tabber.
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#4
Type 2 since I can play as I read it.

Then again having just the riffs would save on printer paper...

Personally I find powertab best
#5
I prefer the second one but I agree that the first would save paper... but I never print out.
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#7
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Type 2 since I can play as I read it.

Then again having just the riffs would save on printer paper...

Personally I find powertab best


this, except I use Guitar Pro.
#8
Type 2 because if you're playing the song for the first time you don't need to scroll up and down the whole time, just downwards only (which is doable in a split second).