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WHERE TO GET GOOD TABS?

I noticed that olga is dead.Tab crawler has the same old tabs-many of them beginner junk.
So i am wondering where have all the tabs gone.
I am looking ofr crazy train lead solo tab.
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Re: WHERE TO GET GOOD TABS?

3/20/2008 11:22 PM

Christian Miller (1937) wrote:

OLGA dead. Good.

My students will have to stop downloading TABS and use their ears
for a change. Wee varmints.



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Re: WHERE TO GET GOOD TABS?

3/21/2008 10:50 AM

Jim Heidinger (8553) wrote:

That's pretty much how I had to teach years ago. It's a little more work but better for the teacher. I think ear training is a good skill to teach. For the most part, if you can demonstrate how to find things and write out parts using your ear and the instrument, your students will learn more from that than from any tune they learn. :)

Jim

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Re: WHERE TO GET GOOD TABS?

3/25/2008 8:14 PM

Erik Yars (126) wrote:

The best place to view and download free tabs is at www.tabopolis.org. You need to download powertab editor 1.7 (free sowtware). It lets you play tabs like an mp3 and shows them in a format that is exactly like a music book with tabs below (staff + tabs) At tabopolis you can just search for an artist or a song. IT IS THE BEST..........



By the way good luck learning the solo to crazy train. I'm a huge Rhoads fan and I can play the solos to crazy train and over the mountain, I'm now workng on Mr. Crowley.....
Good luck
Erik

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