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Postby ebick » Mon Oct 18, 2004 9:29 pm

E-------12-12-11-10-----------------------------------------
B--6^9------------------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------------------
D--------------------10-10-10-10-10---8--5-----5--8--5------
A-------------------------------------------8-----------8--8
E-----------------------------------------------------------


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Postby Yesterdays gone home » Wed Oct 20, 2004 2:58 am

That works better. I have tried to put up boxes and tabsheets but it gets all mixed up and out of line. How do I get it in line like you have above? I'm struggling with that, I have some songs I'd like to put up but till I know the correct way they won't look right.

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Postby ebick » Wed Oct 20, 2004 5:35 am

Let's try this. I normally start with a blank tab scale like this:

E-----------------------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------

Then, when editing, make sure that I'm in overwrite mode, not insert.

If you "quote" this entry, then you can copy my scale.

Let me know how that works.
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Postby Yesterdays gone home » Wed Oct 20, 2004 8:57 am

ebick wrote:Let's try this. I normally start with a blank tab scale like this:

E-----------------------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------

Then, when editing, make sure that I'm in overwrite mode, not insert.

If you "quote" this entry, then you can copy my scale.

Let me know how that works.


So that is me now quoting you. So you just start by typing out that tab sheet such as the one above?
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Postby ebick » Wed Oct 20, 2004 11:54 am

Well, the reason I said to quote me was so that you could copy the tab scale into your own message. Actually, I would copy it to a notepad doc on your machine, then just use that going forward.
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Postby Yesterdays gone home » Wed Oct 20, 2004 1:11 pm

Right I see, thats where I sort of get lost! I don't quite know how to that. I can type out a tab chart like that one above but when I write in the numbers and symbols within it, it goes out of line and dosen't make much sense! I will keep working on it. thanks.
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Postby Billbbill » Wed Oct 20, 2004 1:41 pm

This probably won't help much and maybe the changes they've made will correct this but I continually check with "preview" to see that the tab lines up before submitting. It's a hassle but I try to keep my tab to a minimum anyway.
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Postby Yesterdays gone home » Wed Oct 20, 2004 2:12 pm

That is a good idea yeah. Thanks for that Bill. I will try that out, I have some songs I wana put up on here and some stuff to go in the Think Tank too. I'll give that a go, thanks guys. :lol: < These guys are great by the way!! 8)
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