I put this thread already on the 'General Instruction' forum - only one reply, so I try it here. I recently had to work out some songs note by note and just for curiosity I compared my results (wich are correct, I'm absolutely shure) with the archived tabs. I did this with 3 songs and I'm stunned: This tab archive is worth NOTHING in 2 of 3 cases. 1 song is simply completely wrong (I would really like to hear that ) with 1 song the most complicated part (interlude) isn't there at all (quote: "there's something I couldn't get") and there are faults too only 1 song is o.k., there are only 2 unimportant faults I admit that this is a very small sample, not suitable to judge the whole archive, so I wonder if the quality of the tab archive really that bad? I also read the thread about tabs versus standard notation and I agree that standard notation is far better, but harder to read for beginners. But why use tabs at all, if it is not a good method AND the quality of available tabs is crap? Matthias BTW I don't want to offend anyone submitting tabs to this archive, but I'm afraid there are people who are not too sure about what they are doing. One should be aware of that.