The 5 String Staff and Tab Notebook has 100 “perfect-bound” pages so they don’t fall out. No staples means pages stay put so you can guarantee your work will too. The 5 String Staff and Tab Notebook features 6 paired lines of write-ready Bass and Guitar Tab manuscript for notating fret fingering.
Note: Guitar tablature is typically used for acoustic and electric guitar notation. A modified tablature with four strings is used for standard bass, but depending on the string count, the adjustment will vary. Guitar and bass tab is more often used in pop, rock, folk, and country music leadsheets, fakebooks and songbooks, though it also appears in instructional books and websites. Tab may be given as the only notation, as with chord tab in songbooks that only include lyrics and chords, or as with guitar solo transcriptions. For people who don’t read musical notation, tablature writing allows them to speak universally with anyone who plays the instrument.
Tab lines may be numbered 1 through 6 instead of by open string name, representing standard string numbering, where “1” is the high E string, “2” is the B string, etc. Also, the order of lines is not standardized. Some tablature is written in pitch order, with the high “e” string on top, and descending in pitch order to the low “E” string on the bottom. Other tablature is written the other way, with the string closest to the ceiling (the low “E”) on top and the one closest to the floor (the high “e”) on the bottom. To avoid confusion, tablature writers will often write the pitches to the left of the tablature so the reader knows the convention being used.
The numbers that are written on the lines represent the fret used to obtain the desired pitch. For example, the number 3 written on the top line of the staff indicates that the player should press down at the third fret on the high E (first string). Number 0 denotes the nut — that is, an open string.
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