That has to be tiring.
Ok, now go back to do what you were doing.
Looking for this two modded ipa or a way to bypass membership
Thank you for doing gods work.
I've been learning about 7 months and find following a song on Songsterr (as in letting it play out entirely rather than repeating sections) is fun and a good warmup/practice activity. Anyone have suggestions for relatively easy ones you can follow and hit most of the notes? Any genre. Most recently I had some fun playing Spiritual Healing by Death.
Idk when they changed it but it used to be correct with the wahs and such in the main riffs but now it’s just boring and makes no sense.
I wish it was back
I just wanted to make this clear for anyone new to the guitar and looking for tabs. You may have noticed that the top result for tabs is often Ultimate Guitar. However, if you scroll further, you'll probably find a tab for the same song on a site called Songsterr. Now, why do I believe it is the superior site? Well, Songsterr lets you play the tab and is more accurate. It is often has the most accurate tabs if not the official ones. UG also has official tabs, but they are not free, and you have to pay to learn them. I am in no way associated with Songsterr, but in my opinion, it is way better.
Edit: Thanks to everyone for discussing this. The paid versions of these are a whole other discussion. Also, I am now aware of TuxGuitar thanks to the comments.
https://www.songsterr.com/a/wsa/godspeed-you-black-emperor-she-dreamt-she-was-a-bulldozer-she-dreamt-she-was-alone-in-an-empty-field-drum-tab-s480751t3 unfortunately the tempo change wouldn't export to GP5, but the correct tempo is 120 bpm once the drums kick in :)
I was really enjoying learning his music, I don’t mind him choosing to have them removed they’re his transcriptions I believe, hopefully he releases them all I’d pay for that.
Here are the links below, if links are against sub rules please let me know! They're not perfect because some formatting got mangled in converting from guitarpro7 to guitar pro 5 (in sadness and sorrow some notes wont hold for their own duration) but they're close and more than anything else others have done! Enjoy!
Sadness and Sorrow: https://www.songsterr.com/a/wsa/thedooo-sadness-and-sorrow-tab-s475356t0
Edit: someday i'll add the vocal part to hallelujah if people want it
All gone :/
Aye y'all! this is Jon W from Michael Cera Palin. Our stinky front person made guitar tabs for almost all of our songs. Y'all can find them on Songsterr. Thank you so much for all the support and everything you've done for us. We love all of you people to death, and we couldn't ever begin to express how much this community means to us. We're working on some big moves so stay posted dawgs.
If enough of y'all want bass tabs, I'll maaayyyyyybbbbeeee work on that. Computers are hard.
does anyone know whether or not this app has any substratum or other themes made for it. I imagine, with it being like 15 dollars not many themers would have it. But the fucking theme is bright white and is pretty much blinding lmao
but it would be nice to have it. Does anyone do requests for themes?
What do you all think of the app Songsterr to learn covers? I don't quite have the ear yet to hear every beat in a song and struggle with reading tabs on their own. Songsterr doesn't have the drum tabs for a couple of songs I want to play so are there any others out there? I've done some research with no luck. Thanks for any and all help all!
Are they copied from Dethklok's Tabs book?
Why can’t they just do it for free? We can easily access them online so why try to cost them 4.99 a month on the app? I just want to slow down and speed up the tempo but i need to pay to do that >:/
August Burns Red recently released their tab books with Sheet Happens. Which is normally something I'd be super stoked about, and would eventually collect them. However.... apparently Sheet Happens now has the legal power to remove these tabs from other sites. Even if they were painstakingly transcribed by some anonymous fan. Even if they're slightly incorrect. Now, all these ABR songs I've been slowly practicing my chops on over the years are going to take hundreds of dollars to continue learning. Which is, to put it lightly, a little frustrating.
Don't get me wrong, I think that ABR deserves all the credit for their amazing guitar work, and I genuinely look forward to getting the tab books. But, as a musician in a financial bind (as many of us are), this is genuinely REALLY disappointing to discover. Especially since I started learning just one or two songs from each album, which is gonna make it all the more costly to continue what I started. And, honestly, even with the books, I'll REALLY miss the tempo changing in Songsterr. Anybody else in this boat right now?
If you look at Machine Guns, Voodoo Child (Slight Return) they're flooded with notes and I think completely over analyzed. I watch guys play them on YouTube and look at the tabs on those sights and it's a lot easier to learn off people playing them. Thoughts?
Its the only wwvsite I've used for tabs, I loke how it can play the tab. Just wanted to know the larger opinion on it
So I paid for songster and its a huge help to be able to slow down the song and play along.
It's only a small issue I have, there seems to be latency and the beats hit just before/after the visual marker reaches the note. So listening along is fine, but if I follow along visually theres delay
It's perfectly fine for learning the song but it would help if it were perfectly on the note.
Are there any settings I can change to fix the latency or are there any better websites/apps than songsterr?
I just discovered this site recently and it's been a bit of a revelation for me. I don't have the greatest ear which makes it tough to learn songs after just listening to them, and it can even be tough to learn by watching a cover on YouTube. I really prefer seeing the tabs alongside the music.
Plus, some songs have vocals or other instruments transcribed to guitar which can be really neat. The only problem I've noticed so far is a good number of songs aren't available, and some uploads seem to be of questionable quality lol.
I'm still a beginner at guitar, just picked it up again after quitting a couple years ago. I'm trying to learn "Born in a Mourning Hall" by Blind Guardian using the Songsterr tabs.
You see, I thought the intro riff was difficult because I'm a beginner and I just suck at it. But the more I practiced it, and failed and failed at keeping up with the song, the more skeptical I became of how correct the tabs actually were (and it hurt my fingers!!!). For the most part they're fine, but I looked up a live performance of the song, and sure enough that's totally not how they play it!
You'd need the speed of a squirrel on crack to be able to play it at that tempo. It's plainly obvious that's not how they play it..
It looks like they're going:
[EDIT] The second guitar part (guy on the right) looks like
(D#)..00000000000000000000000-[Last 4 chords in the screenshot above]...
OR (G#) ..777777777777.. (Haven't decided yet.)
I'm not so much ranting at Songsterr, it can't always be perfect- as much as I'm just sharing my discovery, I was struggling on this for DAYS until I realized how wrong it was. The rest of it seems to be fine besides for this one part! Is my tab correct? It's certainly easier to play and sounds exactly the same!
EDIT: Thank you guys for all the kind and helpful comments!
I like how Songsterr can slow down and loop songs/parts of songs to more easily learn them, as well as mute any of the instruments. Is there a similar app but with normal drum notation, rather than tab notation? I am fine with paying.
Thanks for any advice!
I'm learning tank!(cowboy bebop theme) and I noticed songsterrs tabs are a bit weird compared to others, been using it to learn a lot of diff songs but first time I've encountered this much of a deviation from other tab sources, any one got a alternative app or source for accurate bass tabs?
Just finished this tab and wanted to share it with you guys.
Songsterr link: https://www.songsterr.com/a/wsa/muse-break-it-to-me-tab-s448054t6 (The bend chord sounds wrong here but it's correct)
.gp for Guitar Pro 7: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14feGvsju842oehYOkrRL--_J7QcNRbvn/view?usp=sharing
.gpx for Guitar Pro 6: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gPm5HvOvTAAQoCSJmXMVse2dOlY292zm/view?usp=sharing
.gp5 for Guitar Pro 5: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1f-9ibMhmiWOymJHlzUYhchmqCe4nL-il/view?usp=sharing
Guitar .pdf (Only repeats the riff): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1asLEF_BqNhdHJiSejcu8hhUmTWuKI3Aj/view?usp=sharing
Firstly, I love songsterr. I've been subscribed for a long time now and it's my primary go-to whenever I need a tab. It's wonderful.
However sometimes I encounter a strange problem: The fret # will sound completely different than it's supposed to, or than it does in another spot. It still happens when I solo the guitar track, so it's not an issue of another track's note bleeding in.
For example: In the very beginning of the solo to "Highway to Hell" it shows a bend on the 7th fret G and then the 5th fret of both the B and E strings are played simultaneously. This happens twice. So, it's bent 7th fret G and hit the two string double stop(?) twice.
The issue I'm having is that each double stop sounds different, despite the tab # being exactly the same. I've noticed this happening before also. There's no notation saying to emphasize one note or the other.
Also, it seems like whoever/whatever tabs out the songs for songsterr is primarily concerned with getting the notes right, rather than notating the frets the guitarist actually plays. This can be frustrating when trying to play something difficult, and it's arranged in a really strange way, when an easier, more obvious way exists.
I hope that makes sense. That was surprisingly really difficult to explain, lol.