Tab Notation
Opetholic
Nov 15 2012, 10:33 PM
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Hey GMCers,

I have a classical guitar background so I know pretty well how to read standard sheet music and that's how I have been practicing GMC lessons and other exercises/songs. But lately I have started to become interested in using tabs since they are much more abundant and also easier to get. I have a question about tab notation though, which confuses me a bit: When there is a letter "b" next to a note, it means you have to bend it usually. But it doesn't tell how much to bend, semitone, full tone, or even more !?!? How do you determine how much to bend by looking at the tab only ?

Cheers..

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Cosmin Lupu
Nov 18 2012, 03:43 PM
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Amen to that Ben! Guys TRUST YOUR EARS ABOVE EVERYTHING ELSE! If they are not trustworthy yet, make them earn your trust! smile.gif

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