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I second Kenni Kuhlmann-Clark's opinion--and I'm a heavy alt-rock/metal player. Musicians in my genre are not known for fluent sight-reading, but the fact is that reading standard notation is a fabulous skill to have. Once you're comfortable with it, you'll never bother with tab again when you write down your own ideas. Standard notation is just a lot more ...


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(I guess some or most of the following was possibly written elsewhere above -- I didn't see it all before I posted) If proficient at both, I believe that standard music notation ('sheet music') is the better option for the guitar 'musician'. This is especially true if it's used as a 'communication' tool where the sound of the piece of music is unknown to ...


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If you want to avoid the whole ruler thing, you can actually find tab sheets; like for instance in this site, where there are PDFs with empty guitar tabs for you to print for free: There are many different layouts for you available just on that site: But also, you can buy these kind of sheet at some music stores. I have seen in guitar shops, but I'm ...



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