Here’s a collection of over 900 guitar tabs in PDF format. PDF files are great because they will work on any device.
Chords have a mind of their own in the context of a song. In any given key, certain chords are much better at following the previous chord than others. The harmonic properties of chord
progressions lead our ears by a leash. For example, a song WANTS to end on the I chord. The song will feel incomplete or have a sense of ‘hanging’ if a song ends on any other chord.
In this PDF guide, you’ll discover how different chords work together.
Here are over 3000 songs in the power tab format (PTB). Use the Power Tab Editor to open these files.
A slash chord or slashed chord, also compound chord, is a chord whose bass note or inversion is indicated by the addition of a slash and the letter of the bass after the root note letter.
This download includes 5 PDF files that show you how to play many different slash chords using the open C, A, D, E, and G chords
Here’s a handy warm-up routine to start your practice sessions. It contains six exercises.
Chords and lyrics to over 500 popular gig songs in versatile text file format.
The “R” is the pattern’s root. You can use the root to determine where to play the pattern in other key signatures. The pattern’s root note in the illustration is on the A note on the 5th fret of the low E string and therefore in the key of A. If we wanted to play the pattern in the key of B we would play the pattern to whereas the root note is on the B note on the 7th fret of the 6th string. In other words, we would just move the entire pattern up two frets. If we wanted to play the pattern in the key of C we would move the root to the C note on the 8th fret and apply the same logic to find the correct positioning of the pattern by its root note for all other key signatures.