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Asked by samantha on 1999-12-06
understanding tab is hard can u send me a link in the e-mail reading tab for dummies or something like that
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Answer posted by K. Hammett on 1999-12-27
Here's my tab breakdown: e:---------------------------------------- B:---------------------------------------- G:---------------------------------------- D:---------------------------------------- A:---------------------------------------- E:---------------------------------------- The above is generally what you'll see for tab. Each line represents a string. "E" being the lowest string, then it goes on up to the highest. When you see a number on any of those strings, that's the fret you play the note on. Like a book, you read the notes from left to right. In terms of lengths of notes, you'll just have to listen to the cd or something.

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