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How To Read Tablatures:
A tablature staff for guitar has six horizontal lines, each one representing a string of the instrument. The top line of the tablature represents your first “E” string (thinner string), the second line from the top represents your “B” string, etc.
Notice that there are numbers located in the middle of the lines (strings). The numbers simply represent the fret you should play. For example, in the illustration below, the tablature is telling you to play the third string – G (third line) seventh fret.
Note: When the number “0” is used in tablature indicates that the open string should be played.
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This is great, Thanks for sharing Rod!