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Admin - I wonder if we could put this as a sticky at the top of the thread.
There is an incredible quantity of material freely available both on this section and on the web now. Before asking for tabs do a search of the tabs section. If you cant find what you are looking for check these common sites.
BLANK TAB AND SCORE PAPER
Dont waste time with a ruler making lines on pieces of paper.If you need to print a blank page of tab, or score, or tab and score together then go here.
Also tab paper for duet, trio and piano.
There are roughly 70 free flamenco tabs here from around a dozen composers including Niño Josele, Manolo Sanlucar, Vicente Amigo, PDL, Tomatito, Gerardo Nuñez etc.
Our very own Norman Klimans web site has a large collection of older falsetas, exercises, resources, and historical recordings from the 1900's onwards.
Sals flamenco saopbox (Australia) has a large library of flamenco pieces
Here is a Russian site devoted to flamenco. No tabs available anymore
There is a huge collection of classical guitar tabs by over 20 composers, a large colllection of flamenco, bluegrass and celtic here.
An even larger collection of classical tabs (roughly 1000) is here
There is a good collection of Gerardo Nuñez falsetas and exercises here plus photos from the sanlucar courses.
You can also find any tabs that I have made and posted on the forum collected together in the tabs section of my own website.
If all else fails there is the ultimate guitar website. It has many hundreds or even thousands of tabs for all styles of music from heavy metal to classical. Quality of transcription is highly variable. Some are transcriptions from professionals. Most are amateur.
Alain fauchers official site with 15 books of transcriptions and 370 flamenco tabs for sale is here
For Music/ CD downloads, there are 2 massive free libraries of flamenco here
Here is a useful Australian tab site with a lot of free classical and fingerstyle pieces in pdf format aimed at intermediate level players.
Paco de Lucia fans can find links to about 20 web sites with PDL tabs here
The powertab archives doesnt appear to have any flamenco tabs but if you are looking for classical, fingerstyle, blues, rock, jazz, etc then its an enormous resource
The guitar pro official archive is now down as all the tabs are unavailable to download for copyright reasons. However there is another way to access the archive. Go to the first letter of artists name here. Sometimes the artist is filed under first name, sometimes surname. PDL is filed under D!
Vicente Amigo fans will enjoy this page of free tabs of nearly all his compositions
Thanks arias for finding this one
Be mindful that these are free tabs though. Ive had a couple of comments that
although the list is extensive, some of the tabs are not very accurate.
Accurate vicente tabs can be bought through Alain Faucher or through Max Herzog here
Stacks of useful stuff here, mainly for classical guitar
Lots of tabs, rare videos, scores, advice from techniques to nail care.
Anthology of scores by classic composers, sor, barrios etc plus guitar transcriptions for christmas and beatles songs
EDIT - Spring 2012
I came across this site. http://www.delcamp.org/
A seriously useful resource here for finding classical scores. The (nearly) complete collections of scores of ALL the classical guitar composers can be downloaded in pdf. This might not be useful to contemporary flamenco players but if you are looking at early guys like Arcas and Llobet then this is a great find. Each page is dedicated to a different composer, then go through the list of works and open the pdf. If a youtube video of the work exists, they are catalogued too. Its the best online score library that i have found so far.
EDIT WINTER 2012
Another great library or resourses, tabs and scores. Just type in what you are looking for.
Amazing classical transcrpitions in Pdf and other tab formats
Follow my blog http://pimientito.wordpress.com/
"Ceremonial" by Mark Shurey "Pimientito". CD and digital download vailable on Amazon and
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