FAQ

Vertical lines |  | represent measures/bars.
 
A dash between chords (Ebm7-Dm7) means to play the chords in quick succession.

[chorus] means to play the same chords as in the chorus; likewise, [verse] means to play the verse chords.

Chords in parentheses are optional; chords in brackets are for a second guitar.

If you come across anything that is unclear or confusing, don't hesitate to ask about it in the comments section!

10 comments:

  1. It'll be nice if you'd care to include the chord fingering in each song~ :)

    By the way, are the tabs meant for acoustic guitar? Just as a curiosity.

    Thanks for tabbing the FT songs! Very useful~

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  2. You mean like chord diagrams? I'll consider it for some of the more unusual chords. All the tabs on the site (so far) are meant for electric guitar.

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  3. uh, sorry for asking a totally random question, but, who's that guy on the header?
    just curious ^^

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  4. That's Song Seunghyun from FTIsland.

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    1. Hahahahaha:) i knew it was him!! FT Island FTW!!!

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  5. Can you transpose the song my Aya Matsuura:
    Hajimete Kuchibiru wo Kasaneta Yoru
    初めて唇を重ねた夜!
    thankyou!!!

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  6. ^ You can find that song (and more of Ayaya's songs) here:

    http://www16.ocn.ne.jp/~onon/aya-matsuura.htm

    :)

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  7. Hey, you're amazing... I was wondering, can you make "Itoshiku Kurushii Kono Yoru Ni" by Morning Musume (Fantasy! Juuichi) to be played in a Acustic guitar? I'll apreciate to much if you do it (: Can you?

    Anyways, this blog is Amazing, you rock bro!

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  8. AnonymousJune 23, 2012

    I was wondering if you can write the strumming down for the song. :)

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  9. Can you transpose "Itsumo soba ni"? It's a theme song for a character called Mori (Takashi Morinozuka) in an anime/manga called Ouran High School Host Club. :)

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