Beatles - Complete Scores

(1993) Hal Leonard #0-7935-1832-6

Description This is the complete transcriptions of every instrument played on every song the Beatles ever recorded. The hard-covered white book contains over 1100 pages of both standard notation as well as tablature.
Posted By Mark Webster (9)
Directory Books/Tab: Rock/Pop
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On 9/24/2002, Dylan Tuggle (334) posted:
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Pros: Exhaustive collection of Beatles songs transcribed for guitar, bass, and drums. Cons: Small notation; TAB notation for bends, hammer-ons, pull-offs, etc... is different from the standard TAB notation found in most American guitar books and mags; I've found several minor mistakes. Over all: Despite the cons, it's still worth the price to have all the Beatles' songs transcribed in one book.
Suitable for all skill levels of guitarists
On 7/5/2002, Chet Feathers (995) posted:
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This is a must for all Beatle fans and Musicians alike. Each song has Vocal, Guitar 1, Guitar 2, Bass, and Drums Chords and Tab, However it doesn't stop there, If another instrument (Piano, Sitar, Clarinet, Etc.) was played in the song the it is also notated. Even goes as far as to tell you if a 12 String Guitar was used and if it was Acoustic or Electric. The print is rather small, but not unreadable. Has a hefty $75 price tag, However, IT IS WORTH IT!! There needs to be more books written in this style.
Suitable for all skill levels of guitarists
On 8/23/2000, Mark Webster (9) posted:
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This is the Bible of all music books. Every song is scored in standard notation as well as tablature for every instrument on every song the Beatles ever recorded. This is the most accurate transcription of any music, period. An amazing book it will cost you about $75 to own it and is worth double that. The one drawback is the notation is small and can be a strain on the eyes. Small price to pay for what is the greatest transcription book ever. If only all music books were like this!
Suitable for advanced guitarists