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Guitar Tabs For Beginners

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Guitar tabs, also called tablature, is a easy to understand form of song notation or writing music, so guitar players can easy recognize the notes and music. They are being used for many other instruments along with the guitar, such as drums, banjo, bass and a selection of others, they are great to be used as guitar tabs for beginners which makes it easier to teach and for people to read the music by them self. To begin with we are going to take a look at this empty guitar tab (Beneath the video).

A empty guitar tab – Image 1

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Blank guitar tabs.

 

Currently you will notice the six horizontal lines, this is the six guitar strings. The underside in a tab begins with the low E string, after that come strings A, D, G, B and then the high E string is on top of the staff, just as in image 1 above. Now we’re gonna place numbers over the tablature lines. The figures let you know what frets you are required to position your finger at. A 1 shows you are required to place your current finger on top of the initial fret of the suitable string, 2 means the 2nd fret, 3 the 3rd… A 0 on the guitar tab means an open string. Now let us observe the way you #go about# learning guitar tab for beginners.

Here’s an example to make it more clear for you: the guitar tab for the C chord:

 

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C Chord

 

The picture above is the Chord C ,using traditional type of notation. While the same can be represented by a chord diagram seen below.

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C chord represented with a chord diagram.

 

This is representing the Strum

Within the above notations the photographs represents a Strum. All the numbers have been written on top of each other. Whenever you see that, it means all the indicated notes should be played together at the same time. This is known as a strum, they are strummed together.

 

One note after another

Within the next instance (picture below), you will see the numbers follow each other. Because of that the notes follow one another in time, and ought to be played after each other as you play.

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One after another.

 

In the example above, you pick the 5th fret on the low E string first. After that the 3rd fret on the same string, and now the 5th again, then move to the 3rd fret on the A string and so on.

Now this is the actual theory of understanding tabs at its most fundamental. Now let us look at a couple examples of some more sophisticated components in understanding tablature.

 

The Pull off

Here you play the second note of the tab by pulling your finger of the 7th fret, and keep the other finger on the 5th fret. It’s this movement as you pull your finger off that makes the sound.  The pull off is shown on the tabs with a little ‘p’, as you can see on the tab below. Check the video above which will explain it much better.

 

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This is the pull off.

 

The Slide

The next guitar technique is called the slide. You do this by sliding your finger from the 5th fret to the 7th fret without lifting your finger. This is shown on the tab by a sloping line between the numbers and a little “s” beneath that line.

 

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This is the Slide.

 

For the most part guitar tabs does not notate rhythm in any manner, therefore in the event you have not listened how a guitar piece for the music you might be playing goes, you don’t have any method to knowing how to exactly carry every note. A number of guitar tabs for beginners will  make an effort to add in rhythms by means of placing stems of rhythm at every figure.

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Then I have some good news for you, the internet is one of the best places to find guitar lessons, and I will do my best to provide you with the best resources to get you started and become better to play your guitar.

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Beginners Guitar Lessons Introduction and How to Get Started

If you just are about to start your beginners guitar lessons and don’t have a guitar yet, you have some decisions to make. One of the first things you have to consider is what kind of guitar are you going to play, electric or acoustic? Buying a guitar isn’t just walking into a store, picking one up and purchasing it.

Basically, if you listens to and wants to play “hard rock” music, you should consider an electric guitar. And if you want to learn songs to sing along to, an steel stringed acoustic guitar would be what you want. If you are more to the classic style and finger picking you should consider an nylon stringed acoustic guitar, they are also more easy on the fingers,  as it can hurt quite a bit in the beginning with steel strings.

There are several ways to get online guitar lessons.

The Internet offers many easy guitar lessons, but be careful when picking one though, as there are many “scams” on the net and you can’t tell how good they are until after you have already paid the fee, It’s not that they’re really scams, more like you don’t get the quality you pay for, and that’s kind of a scam to. Your local music store will often have some  books and dvd’s with easy guitar lessons to, but they are often a bit more expensive than buying from the net. And there are people that advertise in your local paper that will teach you at your home or theirs, but again, that will be even more expensive.

Whatever way you decide to learn the guitar it will take patience and perseverance. And A Long Time Playing Easy Guitar Lessons.

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What To Play In a Guitar Store – Guitar Tabs

No “Stairway To Heaven”

It’s the grand faux pas for a guitarist, and at some point you’ve committed it yourself, or at the very least you’ve caught someone else in the act. The faux pas is, of course, playing Stairway to Heaven in a guitar shop. You would think by now it’s universal knowledge that playing “Stairway is a big no-no-employees cringe, customers snicker-in some stores performing “Stairway is explicitly forbidden (the “No Stairway sign a la Wayne’s World).

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This begs the question, “What should you play in a guitar store? After all, trying out a guitar in a guitar shop is typically stressful for guitarists, especially beginners. To begin with, it can be difficult to think of something cool to play when you’re “under the gun so to speak. Second, there’s always the fear of embarrassing yourself by stumbling   through your licks of choice and guitarists do have a tendency to attempt parts that are beyond their ability because they try too hard to impress.

To help alleviate your anxiety, here are a few impressive-sounding, yet easy-to-play riffs that you can foist on your fellow guitar shoppers. Notice that the riffs that follow generally emphasize groove and attitude over speed and technical difficulty, because how you sound is primarily dictated by your feel and execution. Also, notice that no solo licks are included, because when playing unaccompanied, rhythm parts are more listenable than, say, blazing fast blues solos. Now, I can’t guarantee that you will look and sound cool, but at least you won’t be playing socially unacceptable material like “Stairway or “Free Bird. Rock on.

“Enter Sandman Metallica

What better place to start than Metallica, a band that consistently delivers in-your-face heavy riffs. Not all of them are easy to play the combination of blazing fast tempos, time signature changes, and James Hetfield’s downstroke-dominated rhythm style makes for a tiring and wrist-wrenching combination. This part is pretty simple and straightforward, though, and establishes the monster groove of the song. The “riff to end all riffs.

PS. I’m not sure how good this is to play in stores anymore, but I leave it up.

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“Oh, Pretty Woman Van Halen

One of the most powerful guitar bits in rock history. Eddie played this Roy Orbison riff virtually verbatim, adding just a few personal touches in the form of palm muting, vibrato, and tremolo. Not particularly fast or flashy, but very memorable. Go ahead, give your local shop a party atmosphere.

Pretty Woman, van halen Riff

“Should I Stay or Should I Go The Clash

Another attitude check for this one you will need to adopt a punk gestalt. I’ve written the intro here, just simple D and G chords, played in the groove with plenty of conviction. Although you probably can’t fake being a punk, this song has enough rock elements to get away with performing it. Guitar Tabs For Breaking The Law-.

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“Breaking The Law Judas Priest

This song, taken form the British Steel album, was a big factor in breaking Priest worldwide. No surprise really; the part shown here is surely one of the heaviest riffs ever recorded. As this is the only 80s metal song on the list I urge you not to dress the part for this one. Regardless of what they say, image counts.

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“Frankenstein Edgar Winter Group

This old rock riff should turn everyone’s head even those too young to have heard it before. It rocks what else can you say? Amd with a title like “Frankenstein, how can you go wrong?

Frankenstein, Riff, edgar winter group

“Highway To Hell AC/DC

I could have selected any one of a hundred riffs from AC/DC, the masters of hard-rock rhythm. The intro to “Highway To Hell is included because it’s such a powerful opening statement. If you’re lucky it will not only get listeners to tap their feet, but also inspire older patrons to reminisce about their teenage years.

Highway To Hell, Riff, ac/dc

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Iron Man Guitar Tab – Black Sabbath

The good old classic Iron Man is a song most people learn to play, it’s understandable because it’s both easy to play and sounds great, I have made things even easier for you, it can be hard to find the right tabs online, but I have found the best Iron Man guitar tab here, I hope you enjoy it. Look for links below to download and for a more detailed Iron Man guitar tab with solos and bass.

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Here is all you need to learn to play whole Iron Man.

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Start Jamming!

Guitar Power Chords Explained

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The guitar power chords are one of the very basic but important chords for any guitarist to know. You can use this versatile chord in any key and genre, but it’s mostly used in metal, heavy metal, grunge and rock music.

The power chord is made up of the root note and the fifth, but can also be played with a third note, in which case you would use the index, ring, and pinky finger, or use your ring finger to barre the two strings, this is if you use the 3 note power chord. For the 2 note chord you would only use your index and ring finger. There are other variations but this is the most used ones, and would get you a long way.

In this video you can see how they are fretted and a couple of example songs.

Guitar Power Chords Chart

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To use the 2 note power chord you would just not play the bottom note.

Example of Guitar Tabs Using Power Chords

basic guitar power chords

Let me know in comments below if you have any questions about guitar power chords, or maybe you have some tips to share.

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Free Video Guitar Lesson 2 – Alternative Rock Ska

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Ska Guitar 101

by Lawrence Katz of GuitarTricks.com

Instructor: Lawrence Katz

Speciality: Alternative Rock

Website: GuitarTricks.com

Welcome to the world of Ska Guitar!

Ska is a style of music that can be described as “Upbeat Reggae.” It has influenced classic rock bands like The Clash, as well as more modern bands like No Doubt.

Here we’ll look at a rhythm guitar technique that describes the basics of Ska.

This is the first example in a five-part series. We’ll work on a basic Ska rhythm, playing on the upbeats. Keep the right hand loose and moving in an up-down motion. Focus on the upbeats.

Keep a soft, clean tone with an out-of-phase pickup setting. A guitar with single coil pickups is best for this (a Fender Stratocaster or similar) but you can also use a guitar with humbucking pickups, if you use the middle position on the pickup selector.

You’ll need to mute notes with the left hand on your down strokes. Keep the notes very short!

Don’t dig into the strings too hard or rake across them strongly with your right hand, or you will sound like a washboard. Always keep it light and loose!

 This was just a small taste from the hundreds of lessons from different teachers in different genres, they have a great selection of video lessons split up in a way so it’s easy to go through from beginner to pro, it’s very well organized which is an important part to learning faster. You can learn from sites like Youtube but it will take a lot longer because it’s not categorized in any way.

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Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here Guitar Tab

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Here are the guitar tabs for Wish You Were Here with Pink Floyd

The written guitar tabs are beneath the video and you can find a guitar pro tab and pdf tab download at the bottom.

 

 

Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here Guitar Tab

 

       Q    E  E  Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    Q    Q    Q     
E||------------------------|-----3---------3------|----------------------|
B||------------------------|-----3---------3------|----------------------|
G||*-----------------------|--0--0------x--0------|--0-------------------|
D||*-------------0----2----|--2--2---------2------|-------2----0----0----|
A||--------0--2------------|----------------------|----------------------|
E||---3--------------------|----------------------|-----------------3----|


  H        E  Q.          Q    E  E  Q    Q         E  Q.     E  Q.      
--3-----------3-------||-----------------------||---3--3---------3------|
--3-----------3-------||-----------------------||---3--3---------3------|
--0--------x--0------*||-----------------------||*--0--0------x--0------|
--0--------x--0------*||-------------0----2----||*--2--2---------2------|
--x--------x--x-------||-------0--2------------||-----------------------|
--3-----------3-------||--3--------------------||-----------------------|


  Q    Q    Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    E  E  Q    Q       
----------------------|--0--0---------0------|------------------------||
----------------------|--2--2---------2------|------------------------||
----------------------|--2--2------x--2------|-----------------------*||
--2----0--------------|--2--2------x--2------|-------------0----2----*||
------------2----0----|------------x---------|--0----0--2-------------||
----------------------|----------------------|------------------------||


  Q    E  E  Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    Q    Q    Q     
-----------------------|-----3---------3------|----------------------|
-----------------------|-----3---------3------|----------------------|
-----------------------|--0--0------x--0------|--0-------------------|
-------------0----2----|--2--2---------2------|-------2----0----0----|
--0----0--2------------|----------------------|----------------------|
-----------------------|----------------------|-----------------3----|


  H        E  Q.        Q    E  E  Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.      
--3-----------3------|-----------------------|-----3---------3------|
--3-----------3------|-----------------------|-----3---------3------|
--0--------x--0------|-----------------------|--0--0------x--0------|
--0--------x--0------|-------------0----2----|--2--2---------2------|
--x--------x--x------|-------0--2------------|----------------------|
--3-----------3------|--3--------------------|----------------------|


  Q    Q    Q    Q       H        E  Q.        Q    E  E  Q    Q     
----------------------|--3-----------3------|-----------------------|
----------------------|--3-----------3------|-----------------------|
--0-------------------|--0--------x--0------|-----------------------|
-------2----0----0----|--0--------x--0------|-------------0----2----|
----------------------|--x--------x--x------|-------0--2------------|
-----------------3----|--3-----------3------|--3--------------------|


  E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    Q    Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.      
-----3---------3------|----------------------|--0--0---------0------|
-----3---------3------|----------------------|--2--2---------2------|
--0--0------x--0------|----------------------|--2--2------x--2------|
--2--2---------2------|--2----0--------------|--2--2------x--2------|
----------------------|------------2----0----|------------x---------|
----------------------|----------------------|----------------------|


  Q    E  E  Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    Q    Q    Q     
-----------------------|-----3---------3------|----------------------|
-----------------------|-----3---------3------|----------------------|
-----------------------|--0--0------x--0------|----------------------|
-------------0----2----|--2--2---------2------|--2----0--------------|
--0----0--2------------|----------------------|------------2----0----|
-----------------------|----------------------|----------------------|


                         C                                           
  H        E  E  Q       H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--3-----------3--3----|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--3-----------0--0----|--1--------1----1--1--|--1--------1----1--1--|
--0--------x--0--0----|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--0--------x--0--0----|--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|
--x--------x--x--2----|--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3--3--|
--3-----------3--3----|----------------------|----------------------|


  D                                             Am                   
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3--3--|--1--------1----1--1--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|
----------------------|----------------------|--0--------0----0--0--|
----------------------|----------------------|----------------------|


                         G                                           
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--0--------0----0--0--|--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3--3--|
--1--------1----1--1--|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|
----------------------|--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3--3--|


  D                                             C                    
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3--3--|--1--------1----1--1--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|
----------------------|----------------------|--3--------3----3--3--|
----------------------|----------------------|----------------------|


                         Am                                          
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--1--------1----1--1--|--1--------1----1--1--|--1--------1----1--1--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|
--3--------3----3--3--|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
----------------------|----------------------|----------------------|


  G                                                                    
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    Q         Q    E  E  Q    Q     
--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3----||------------------------|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0----||------------------------|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0----||*-----------------------|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0----||*-------------0----2----|
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2----||--------0--2------------|
--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3----||---3--------------------|


  E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    Q    Q    Q       H        E  Q.        
-----3---------3------|----------------------|--3-----------3-------||
-----3---------3------|----------------------|--3-----------3-------||
--0--0------x--0------|--0-------------------|--0--------x--0------*||
--2--2---------2------|-------2----0----0----|--0--------x--0------*||
----------------------|----------------------|--x--------x--x-------||
----------------------|-----------------3----|--3-----------3-------||


  Q    E  E  Q    Q         E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    Q    Q    Q     
-----------------------||---3--3---------3------|----------------------|
-----------------------||---3--3---------3------|----------------------|
-----------------------||*--0--0------x--0------|----------------------|
-------------0----2----||*--2--2---------2------|--2----0--------------|
-------0--2------------||-----------------------|------------2----0----|
--3--------------------||-----------------------|----------------------|


  E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    E  E  Q    Q         Q    E  E  Q    Q     
--0--0---------0------|------------------------||-----------------------|
--2--2---------2------|------------------------||-----------------------|
--2--2------x--2------|-----------------------*||-----------------------|
--2--2------x--2------|-------------0----2----*||-------------0----2----|
------------x---------|--0----0--2-------------||--0----0--2------------|
----------------------|------------------------||-----------------------|


  E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    Q    Q    Q       H        E  Q.      
-----3---------3------|----------------------|--3-----------3------|
-----3---------3------|----------------------|--3-----------3------|
--0--0------x--0------|--0-------------------|--0--------x--0------|
--2--2---------2------|-------2----0----0----|--0--------x--0------|
----------------------|----------------------|--x--------x--x------|
----------------------|-----------------3----|--3-----------3------|


  Q    E  E  Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    Q    Q    Q     
-----------------------|-----3---------3------|----------------------|
-----------------------|-----3---------3------|----------------------|
-----------------------|--0--0------x--0------|--0-------------------|
-------------0----2----|--2--2---------2------|-------2----0----0----|
-------0--2------------|----------------------|----------------------|
--3--------------------|----------------------|-----------------3----|


  H        E  Q.        Q    E  E  Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.      
--3-----------3------|-----------------------|-----3---------3------|
--3-----------3------|-----------------------|-----3---------3------|
--0--------x--0------|-----------------------|--0--0------x--0------|
--0--------x--0------|-------------0----2----|--2--2---------2------|
--x--------x--x------|-------0--2------------|----------------------|
--3-----------3------|--3--------------------|----------------------|


  Q    Q    Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    E  E  Q    Q     
----------------------|--0--0---------0------|-----------------------|
----------------------|--2--2---------2------|-----------------------|
----------------------|--2--2------x--2------|-----------------------|
--2----0--------------|--2--2------x--2------|-------------0----2----|
------------2----0----|------------x---------|--0----0--2------------|
----------------------|----------------------|-----------------------|


  E  Q.     E  Q.        Q    Q    Q    Q       H        E  E  Q     
-----3---------3------|----------------------|--3-----------3--3----|
-----3---------3------|----------------------|--3-----------0--0----|
--0--0------x--0------|----------------------|--0--------x--0--0----|
--2--2---------2------|--2----0--------------|--0--------x--0--0----|
----------------------|------------2----0----|--x--------x--x--2----|
----------------------|----------------------|--3-----------3--3----|


  C                                             D                    
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|
--1--------1----1--1--|--1--------1----1--1--|--3--------3----3--3--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3--3--|----------------------|
----------------------|----------------------|----------------------|


                         Am                                          
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--3--------3----3--3--|--1--------1----1--1--|--1--------1----1--1--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|
----------------------|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
----------------------|----------------------|----------------------|


  G                                             D                    
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3--3--|--2--------2----2--2--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--3--------3----3--3--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|----------------------|
--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3--3--|----------------------|


                         C                                           
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--3--------3----3--3--|--1--------1----1--1--|--1--------1----1--1--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|
----------------------|--3--------3----3--3--|--3--------3----3--3--|
----------------------|----------------------|----------------------|


  Am                                            G                    
  H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E     H        Q    E  E   
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--3--------3----3--3--|
--1--------1----1--1--|--1--------1----1--1--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--2--------2----2--2--|--2--------2----2--2--|--0--------0----0--0--|
--0--------0----0--0--|--0--------0----0--0--|--2--------2----2--2--|
----------------------|----------------------|--3--------3----3--3--|


  H        Q    Q         Q    E  E  Q    Q       E  Q.     E  Q.      
--3--------3----3----||------------------------|-----3---------3------|
--0--------0----0----||------------------------|-----3---------3------|
--0--------0----0----||*-----------------------|--0--0------x--0------|
--0--------0----0----||*-------------0----2----|--2--2---------2------|
--2--------2----2----||--------0--2------------|----------------------|
--3--------3----3----||---3--------------------|----------------------|


                                                 ^                  
  Q    Q    Q    Q       H        E  Q.          W                  
----------------------|--3-----------3-------||--3----------------||
----------------------|--3-----------3-------||--3----------------||
--0-------------------|--0--------x--0------*||--0----------------||
-------2----0----0----|--0--------x--0------*||--0----------------||
----------------------|--x--------x--x-------||--x----------------||
-----------------3----|--3-----------3-------||--3----------------||


Duration Legend
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W - whole
H - half
Q - quarter
E - 8th
S - 16th
T - 32nd
X - 64th
. - note dotted
|-n-|  - n-tuplets


Tablature Legend
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L - tied note
x - dead note
g - grace note
(n) - ghost note
> - accentuded note
NH - natural harmonic
AH - artificial harmonic
TH - tapped harmonic
SH - semi harmonic
PH - pitch harmonic
h - hammer on
p - pull off
b - bend
br - bendRelease
pb - preBend
pbr - preBendRelease
brb - bendReleaseBend
\n/ - tremolo bar dip
\n - tremolo bar dive
-/n - tremolo bar Release up
/n\ - tremolo bar inverted dip
/n - tremolo bar return
-\n - tremolo bar Release down
S - shift slide
s - legato slide
/ -  slide into from below or out of upwards
\ -  slide into from above or out of downwards
~ - vibrato
W - wide vibrato
tr - trill
TP - tremolo picking
T - tapping
S - slap
P - pop
< - fade in
^ - brush up
v - brush down

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Crazy train Guitar Tabs – Black Sabbath

 

CRAZY TRAIN GUITAR TABS!!

|-------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------|
|-------0-0-------------5-5-----------|
|-2-2--------0-0--2-2--------0-0--2-2-|

|-----------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------|
|-----4---5---4---2-0---0-2-0---------4---5---4---2-0---0-2-|
|-2-2---2---2---2-----4-------4-0-2-2---2---2---2-----4-----|

|----------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------|
|-0---------4---5---4---2-0---0-2-0---------4---5---4------|
|---4-0-2-2---2---2---2-----4-------4-0-2-2---2---2---2----|

|--2-------0-------|
|--3-------0-------|
|--2-------1-------|
|--0-------2-------|
|----------2-------|
|----------0-------|

|---2----------2----------2----------2-------------------2-|
|---2----------5----------3----------2-------------------2-|
|---2----------2----------2----------2-------------------2-|
|---2----------2----------2----------2-------------------2-|
|----------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------|

|---------2----------2----------2--------------------------|
|---------5----------3----------2--------------------------|
|---------2----------2----------2-----h4p2p0---------------|
|---------2----------2----------2-----------h4p2p0---------|
|-------------------------------------------------h4p2p0---|
|----------------------------------------------------------|

|---2----------2----------2----------2-----------|
|---2----------5----------3----------2-----------|
|---2----------2----------2----------2-----------|
|---2----------2----------2----------2-----------|
|------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------|
   x4


|-------------------2-----------------------------2--------|
|-------------------3-----------------------------3--------|
|-------------------2------6^---------------------2--------|
|-4------4----------0--0-4-----4------4-----------0--------|
|-4------4---------------------4------4--------------5-5-4-|
|-2------2---------------------2------2--------------------|

|----2-2--2---2---0-----0--0-0---0---------------------------|
|----2-2--2---2---0-----0--0-0---0--\2-3p2-------------------|
|----2-2--2---2---1-----1--1-1---1----------4p2-5p2--4p2-3p2-|
|----2-2--2---2---2-----2--2-2---2---------------------------|
|-2---------------2-----1--1-1---1---------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------|


|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|-4p2-3p2-4p3p2p0--------------------|
|-----------------4p0-3p0-4p3p2p0----|
|---------------------------------2--|

|----2-2--2---2---0-----0--0-0---0---------------------------|
|----2-2--2---2---0-----0--0-0---0---------------------------|
|----2-2--2---2---1-----1--1-1---1---------------------------|
|----2-2--2---2---2-----2--2-2---2---------------------------|
|-2---------------2-----1--1-1---1--------------0------------|
|------------------------------------2-0-2--2h4----4-2-0-2-4-|


|-----------2---2---0---0--|
|-----------3---3---0---0--|
|-----------2---2---1---1--|
|-----------0---0---2---2--|
|-------------------2---2--|
|-2-0-2-2h4----------------|


|----2-2--2---2---0-----0--0-0---0-|
|----2-2--2---2---0-----0--0-0---0-|
|----2-2--2---2---1-----1--1-1---1-|
|----2-2--2---2---2-----2--2-2---2-|
|-2---------------2-----1--1-1---1-|
|----------------------------------|

 

A video from the good old Black Sabbath days, not the best quality, but it’s great to see these old videos

 
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