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Hate to rain on your parade, but what is displayed in the (admittedly beginner-level) book is nothing more than a standard visualization to help illustrate what the standard notation below it indicates.

 

That's not tab, that's a teaching aid. If it were tab, you'd see a sequence of 'hands over keys' outlining a song, which is not what is there.

 

Not "tab", and therefore not really mockable... and definitely LIGHT years behind the masterpiece that Moe has shown. :thu:

 

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http://g.sheetmusicplus.com/Look-Inside/covers/2880457.jpg

No guitarists were harmed during the making of this message.

 

In general, harmonic complexity is inversely proportional to the ratio between chording and non-chording instruments.

 

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All you need to know to play in a Rock band may indeed be the best book ever. I'd recommend the "Hanon" book 1st but surely this is a close 2nd or 3rd.

 

Imagine that.. I could've skipped all that Bach and Chopin. It's all in there.

"Music should never be harmless."

 

Robbie Robertson

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Hate to rain on your parade, but what is displayed in the (admittedly beginner-level) book is nothing more than a standard visualization to help illustrate what the standard notation below it indicates.

 

That's not tab, that's a teaching aid. If it were tab, you'd see a sequence of 'hands over keys' outlining a song, which is not what is there.

 

Not "tab", and therefore not really mockable... and definitely LIGHT years behind the masterpiece that Moe has shown. :thu:

 

What's with the knife? That can't be good!

 

"Music should never be harmless."

 

Robbie Robertson

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All you need to know to play in a Rock band may indeed be the best book ever. I'd recommend the "Hanon" book 1st but surely this is a close 2nd or 3rd.

 

Imagine that.. I could've skipped all that Bach and Chopin. It's all in there.

laugh all you want,but I am playing in a rock band now.

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All you need to know to play in a Rock band may indeed be the best book ever. I'd recommend the "Hanon" book 1st but surely this is a close 2nd or 3rd.

 

Imagine that.. I could've skipped all that Bach and Chopin. It's all in there.

laugh all you want,but I am playing in a rock band now.

 

If you're still playing in a rock band in 20 or 30 years I reserve the right to laugh.

No guitarists were harmed during the making of this message.

 

In general, harmonic complexity is inversely proportional to the ratio between chording and non-chording instruments.

 

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All you need to know to play in a Rock band may indeed be the best book ever. I'd recommend the "Hanon" book 1st but surely this is a close 2nd or 3rd.

 

Imagine that.. I could've skipped all that Bach and Chopin. It's all in there.

laugh all you want,but I am playing in a rock band now.

 

Did you paint your keys like the Partridge Family bus too?

"c'mon get happpyyyyyy!"

What we record in life, echoes in eternity.

 

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No fair! In the third picture that dude has six fingers on his right hand! I bet he can play the "Minute Waltz" in 49 seconds flat! (or sharp)

Muzikteechur is Lonnie, in Kittery, Maine.

 

HS music teacher: Concert Band, Marching Band, Jazz Band, Chorus, Music Theory, AP Music Theory, History of Rock, Musical Theatre, Piano, Guitar, Drama.

 

 

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