#1
which is better to have - guitar pro or powertab? are they worth buying it?
Be still my heart, I hear your back cracking...


...sounds like music to me
#2
Quote by jakewynnrocks
which is better to have - guitar pro or powertab? are they worth buying it?

#4
Quote by RedDeath9
Powertab is free, Guitar Pro costs like $50... Unless...

*cough*TORRENT*cough*

*cough*this*cough

I think I may have caught your cold
grok it.

SKREAM!

Listen to jazz, it's good for you...
#5
Guitar Pro ftw

It costs but it's much better than Powertab imo
And it's worth the money
Gibson Les Paul Custom Black Beauty
Tokai LC53 Les Paul Custom
Tokai ALS48 Love Rock Les Paul Standard
Marshall DSL-50 Head
Marshall 1936 2x12 Cabinet
#6
*cough*pass the lemsip*cough*

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
Fender Aerodyne Telecaster & Stratocaster
Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo


E-Married to Funny_Page
#7
I have both, but I prefer Guitar Pro tabs, because you can make backing tracks using the Percussion and multi-instrument feature.
#11
You can view Power Tab tabulatures in Guitar Pro too...so...
Quote by jetfuel495

...holy **** the biggest ****ing golf cart ever just rolled past my backyard... i **** u not
#13
Quote by ShaunDiel
Guitar Pro is obviously better, but if you don't have the money & won't get it by other means, Power Tab will do.


this man speaks the truth and those "other" means shouldnt be a problem

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#14
its got to be GP, and hey EMGs_rule, you live about 5 miles away from me (I'm a Funblaner)
#15
you can use powertabs on guitar pro just click import
eats the funk, breathes the metal and dranks the blues