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Over 1000 Professional Tabulatures available at MySongBook.com

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Over 1000 Professional Tabulatures available at MySongBook.com

Arobas Music has reached the 1,000-tab milestone on the professional tablature archive mySongBook with a transcription of Metallica’s legendary “Nothing Else Matters”.

Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Eagles, Metallica, The Beatles, U2, R.E.M., Queen, Jeff Beck, Adele, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Eric Clapton, the mysongbook team is keen on expanding the catalogue with full tablature scores and songbooks of the greatest hits and legendary songs.

From Full Scores to new arrangements for guitar, bass, drums, and ukulele, and free content, guitarists will find a wide selection of high-quality transcriptions to practice their instrument and keep on improving.

Launched in 2011, mySongBook is an online tablature store composed of “Full Score” files (accurate tablature transcriptions of every instrument track present in the songs: guitar, bass, drums, keyboards) and exclusive arrangements for solo guitar. Each tablature score is transcribed and validated by a professional team of musicians (song teachers, concert artists, demonstrators).

Tabs can be read in Guitar Pro 6, in the free downloadable mySongBook Player software (Windows/Mac/Linux) or via the Guitar Pro mobile app (iOS/Android).

The software environment allows guitarists to use several pedagogical tools to help them learn new songs: listen to the tablature with a specific tempo coefficient, mute tracks, play a selection in loops while inscreasing the tempo step by step, use the metronome, and display several notation options (standard, tablature, slash).

For more information, visit: http://www.mysongbook.com/

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