Tab Pro Now Available Worldwide

Our incredible Tab Pro service is now available worldwide! If you want a free trial, come on in and see what you've been missing.

Tab Pro Now Available Worldwide
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Our world-class tab tuition service Tab Pro is now available worldwide. Tab Pro was our vision of what a tab application should be. We saw what other services were lacking, looked at our staggering database of tabs, and decided to do it properly. Until now, the program was US-only. During that time, we've been perfecting every nuance of the app and making sure you love it from day one. If you're wondering how Tab Pro works, get hold of the free trial to see for yourself. Along with all the classic Tab Pro options that have been available since day one, we're excited to unveil a bevy of upgrades and additions to make the program even more enjoyable and user friendly. For a lot of players out there, it often comes down to fundamentals the song choices. So to accommodate a greater variety of tastes, we've added over 70,000 new songs to the Tab Pro catalog. We've also included alternate versions of existing songs that users have been enjoying since the initial launch of the service. With those latest additions, our Tab Pro database now offers over 200,000 tabs for your jamming pleasure. Creating a stress-free experience with our Tab Pro player was high up on our list of to-dos, and our technical team has ensured that any initial kinks in the system have been ironed out. The system has been totally revised, allowing for improved performance and smoother user interface. We didn't ignore the aesthetic side of the equation, either. It just never hurts to be a bit more attractive, does it? With that in mind, we have tweaked the look of our song pages to make them sleeker and easier to navigate. We really have been dying to show the rest of the world how cool Tab Pro is, so please share your reaction in the comments.

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    MH400
    Its funny that you guys are still trying to sell this. No one cares. Why are people going to pay for a sub-standard application when there are much better alternatives available for free? Just let this die, and try to make money from Merch that people will actually buy. Things such as UG T-Shirts with their Username printed on the back, Guitar Picks etc
    ctb
    Sure it's cool, but nearly everyone on here have been using free alternatives for years. Tab Pro will never be as popular as Guitar Pro or Tux Guitar.
    paddyirishman
    Great, now 6.5 billion people can have access to a mediocre paid service which hosts free tabs lifted directly from its own user-base without their knowledge, permission and without even giving them credit and is advertised as offering high quality tablature when most of the tabs are either sub-par 3-star space-fillers or are good tabs but are rendered sub-par by the horrendous Tab Pro software itself. Nothing a tabber likes more than to have his/her work become someone else's commodity by the very people he/she has supported for years by submitting said tabs in the first place. At least give the original tabbers credit, unless of course you're afraid that doing so will reveal the shameful fact that your database of "high quality" tablature is basically just an expensive copy 'n' paste machine with learning difficulties and a bad memory for people's names.
    lVlaniac
    Congrays UG. Now what are you going to do with the tabbers who you are neglecting and are uploading the content you are ripping off??
    funeralllllllll
    This tablature has been made unavailable in your country at the request of the rights owner. exciting global launch there
    lawnmower man
    If people are gonna see my tabs, I'd much rather get the potential hits/ratings. There's not much incentive to bust out more tabs when people can just use tab pro and ignore the fact it was ME who made the original tab. But it's a good thing that Tab Pro sucks. I hope it stays that way.
    I wan waffle
    im not real interested in trying Tab Pro...not surprised to see other GP faithfuls...
    Skuzzmo
    Gotta ask what are they trying to achieve long term....? UG seems to have changed its ethos and gone from a tab database that was there to help aspiring muscians to a vehicle for money making. If that is the case how long will it be before the free stuff disappears? I've seen this crap before on sites that start to try and sell products alongside free content. Then they realise that there is an impact on their selling targets and then it's bye, bye free site... I hope i'm wrong, I probably am, but this looks like a well traveled road to me.....
    bortbort
    As others say, I"ll never use this program just because of the stolen tabs. This place has really gone to shit. I appreciate the site being here, it has helped me through the years. If UG closed tomorrow it wouldn't make much difference. Another site would open in no time.
    Cavalcade wrote: When Tab Pro was launched, weren't most of you complaining it was US-only? I guess it's true that people always need something to bitch about.
    Yes when it was first launched. Before everyone realized they were just repackaging guitar pro files that others created.
    lVlaniac
    paddyirishman wrote: Great, now 6.5 billion people can have access to a mediocre paid service which hosts free tabs lifted directly from its own user-base without their knowledge, permission and without even giving them credit and is advertised as offering high quality tablature when most of the tabs are either sub-par 3-star space-fillers or are good tabs but are rendered sub-par by the horrendous Tab Pro software itself. Nothing a tabber likes more than to have his/her work become someone else's commodity by the very people he/she has supported for years by submitting said tabs in the first place. At least give the original tabbers credit, unless of course you're afraid that doing so will reveal the shameful fact that your database of "high quality" tablature is basically just an expensive copy 'n' paste machine with learning difficulties and a bad memory for people's names.
    sir, you just won the internet. Plain a simple.
    Lost Dog
    I prefer GP. In fact, I like guitar pro so much I tabbed out songs for other users and uploaded them to UG. Today I was checking out tab pro and I noticed my exact tab, except in a Tab pro version. Thanks for the credit... sure looks like everyone has been working super hard to get tabs up for this. Is there even one original tab pro tab, or are they all stolen from GP files?
    Xcutioner13
    Yeah UG is just stealing peoples tabs and trying to make money from our tabs. Sneaky!
    qzuiilw
    where do the tabs come from for this program, do they expect us to make them, will we get money for making them? If you have to pay for the program, are the tabs 90-100% accurate? I kinda agree with everyone elses comments there are plenty of programs out there that do the job and are free. Now that youtube have video's on how to play songs as well paying for something you can get for free I feel won't take off to well.
    TP500
    paddyirishman wrote: Great, now 6.5 billion people can have access to a mediocre paid service which hosts free tabs lifted directly from its own user-base without their knowledge, permission and without even giving them credit and is advertised as offering high quality tablature when most of the tabs are either sub-par 3-star space-fillers or are good tabs but are rendered sub-par by the horrendous Tab Pro software itself. Nothing a tabber likes more than to have his/her work become someone else's commodity by the very people he/she has supported for years by submitting said tabs in the first place. At least give the original tabbers credit, unless of course you're afraid that doing so will reveal the shameful fact that your database of "high quality" tablature is basically just an expensive copy 'n' paste machine with learning difficulties and a bad memory for people's names.
    Yeah. This. I was excited to see that there were "Pro" tabs of some songs that I'd wanted to play but couldn't find decent tabs on here. Pretty much laughed hysterically to find that they were just taken straight from user made tabs, even if the tabs were horribly basic and/or incorrect. Totally something worth paying for....
    intothe
    I'd be WAY more positive towards this service if not most of the tabs (perhaps all?) were stolen from the users here. We worked hard on making great tabs for free for everyone to use, and UG steals them and charges for them, no fair.
    Superperfex
    Even though this is the internet, the tabs we upload are OUR intellectual property. it takes a lot of effort to tab things out into GP5. If they are taking things from us without consent, this can be taken to the Supreme Court, no joke. If anyone feels like they have uploaded a great deal of material to the site, and aren't getting credit for it, fight for your cut. I really hope you do
    lVlaniac
    Skuzzmo wrote: Gotta ask what are they trying to achieve long term....? UG seems to have changed its ethos and gone from a tab database that was there to help aspiring muscians to a vehicle for money making. If that is the case how long will it be before the free stuff disappears? I've seen this crap before on sites that start to try and sell products alongside free content. Then they realise that there is an impact on their selling targets and then it's bye, bye free site... I hope i'm wrong, I probably am, but this looks like a well traveled road to me.....
    I mailed them and they said they will announce something this month. Whatever their announcement is will define wether i keep posting here or take my tabs away
    a drummer
    will someone lead me in the right direction to getting GP5 for free on a Mac? can't find it.. also ctb is right, even though Tab Pro is pretty decent
    Cavalcade
    When Tab Pro was launched, weren't most of you complaining it was US-only? I guess it's true that people always need something to bitch about.
    AshleyElli
    a drummer wrote: will someone lead me in the right direction to getting GP5 for free on a Mac? can't find it.. If i'm not mistaken, GP5 does not work on mac also ctb is right, even though Tab Pro is pretty decent