So I'm looking for good song books to learn bass with and I'm having the hardest time finding sheet music. Everything is tabs and I really want to get good at sight reading so I figure the best way to do that is to play music with sheet music. Also tabs confuse me, are inconsistent in their usage and often wrong so really not looking for tabs websites or books. If it comes to it I wouldn't mind downloading and printing stuff out myself but even finding sheet music online is difficult. The only reliable site I have found so far is charging almost $6 per song. Any links or stores with a good selection of music books would be very welcome. All the local music stores seem to have with bass clef notation is Classic Rock 101 type books and most of the songs in there are things I've been listening to my whole life. Learning the bass line for Sweet Child O Mine or My Girl just isn't exciting for me. Those are perfectly fine songs but I don't love them and I've heard them enough that I really don't need to spend my personal time replicating those or really any other bar classic rock cover band stuff. Jazz, classical, northern soul, or anything along those lines is what I'm hoping for and if it came in a big book I could browse that would be extra great. Any recommendations? Also looking for a BIG music notations poster but can't find any online that are a decent size. Anyone know where to get one? It'll be great to have up on the wall where I can just look over at it instead of having to get on my phone and double check some of the lesser used notation. I'm still new at this and I know all the notes but I haven't memorized all the different symbols. Anyone ever see something in regular poster size? All I have found so far is half sized posters.