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I know I can search in Google and get a lot of good tabs but I would like to use some wiki where I can keep the tabs I like and everyone can improve and share the tabs.

I searched but did not found any good site to share and edit tablatures, do you know any?

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Found this one gprotab.net/index.php maybe it will help. –  ecline6 Apr 6 '13 at 17:09

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WikiTabs has thousands of song tabs in Wiki form.

There is also MyVexFlow. It allows you to create your own tabs using the VexFlow tablature notation. You can publicly share your tabs, play them back and embed HTML which is great for explaining exercises and tab snippets.

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I personally love Songsterr; it has tabs which move as measures progress and playback of the tabs, letting you hear what it should sound like, as well as chords and normal tabs for most songs. However, for editing, you will need a program.

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I hadn't used songsterr before, but I tried it and the quality seems consistently better than Ultimate Guitar with fewer unfinished or just incorrect tabs. This is just from a couple of hours of goofing around. But the key thing is you can play it and get a sense of the phrasing. Sure, you probably already knew the song, but the nuances of phrasing are what make or break a lead lick. Thanks, @ryans617 for this recommendation. –  Steve Ross Apr 9 '13 at 22:05
It also doesn't have the multitude of tabs for a single song, and all the parts are on a single page. Needless to say, being able to suggest revisions to a canonical version is also awesome. –  Hannele Apr 10 '13 at 21:53

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/ seems to have the largest selection, especially for rock and metal, but it covers most genres fairly well.

If you are serious about tab, do yourself a favor and pickup a copy of GuitarPro, which is also well supported on that site.

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