1. Ultimate Guitar Tabs

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If you’ve been a part of the guitar community for any length of time, you probably know about Ultimate Guitar Tabs already. But something you might not know is how to use it. And no, I’m not trying to insult your intelligence.

I have found that two different people can use the exact same site and have a completely different experience. So here are some tips to guide you:

2. Songsterr

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I’m not sure how long Songsterr has been around, but it’s a newcomer in my mind.

It works a lot like Guitar Pro and Power Tab do, which is what I like about it. In other words, Songsterr is an online guitar app. Their tagline is “Guitar Tabs With Rhythm”, which is a nice way of describing what it is. Incidentally, it requires the use of Adobe Flash Player – so, it’s not exactly Mac friendly.

But they have a large archive of tabs, and if you’re looking for any of the standard fare, like AC/DC, Guns ‘N Roses, Metallica, Nirvana, and Green Day, it’s all there. They even have some more obscure tabs – I’m a fan of Extreme and Harem Scarem myself, and was able to find some interpretations of their songs on Songsterr.

If you couldn’t tell already, I’m not much for software I don’t need, so if I can get away with using a website rather than a desktop application, I’m all for it.

3. Musicnotes

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At Musicnotes you can find guitar tablature books as well as single downloadable digital tab sheet music if you’re searching for that one particular song. You can view each first page of the tablature notation to see how it looks.

4. Tabs4Acoustic

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Free easy acoustic Guitar Tabs and chords for beginners. Songs to sing and play at the same time.

5. Guitar Tab Universe

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Guitar Tab Universe – Welcome to guitartabs.cc! @ Guitar Tabs Universe – guitar tabs archive.

6. Chordie

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Free Guitar Chords, Tabs, Tablature, Song Library.

7. GuitarTab

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Comprehensive tabs archive with about 200000 tabsTabs search engine.

8. Heartwood Guitar

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Most online chord charts are super simple and super sloppy. Mine are accurate and way more useful, including details like how long to play each chord and what strum pattern to use. My students love ’em. So will you. Here’s the lowdown on how to read my chord charts.

9. All Guitar Chords

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Chord finder, including split chords and chord variations. Also features standard and exotic guitarscales for lefthanded guitar.

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