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Blank guitar tab sheets for ShredTracker

For all of you guitar practice fiends and mad tabbers out there, I’ve created some blank guitar tab sheets that match the ShredTracker design. You can use these tab sheets to keep track of your practice exercises and repertory, and use the ShredTracker form to easily track your progress. Seeing progress is a great motivator!

On the tab sheets just give each discrete practice exercise a letter name (or a number).Use this name to fill in the little bubbles on the ShredTracker form.

The tab sheets are PDF files in A4 format and come in 4 flavors:
Guitar tab sheet 1 x 7 staves
Guitar tab sheet 2 x 3 staves
Guitar tab sheet 3 x 2 staves
Guitar tab sheet 5 x 1 stave

If you’d like other stave formats, let me know and I’ll whip ‘em up for you.

1 x 7 staves  guitar tab sheet2 x 3 staves  guitar tab sheet3 x 2 staves  guitar tab sheet5 x 1 stave  guitar tab sheet

Happy shredding!

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+ Comment by Matt Van Stone
2007-06-25 06:09:59

Wah! I was working on something like this but you beat me to it!

These are very well done, very nice. You might consider making one where you leave the string notes blank so that people can write their own in if the song or riff is in a different tuning.

Great work though, very professional looking. I like how they match your site and the ShredTracker sheets.

+ Comment by Eva
2007-06-25 08:35:53

Welcome back Lori!!!
Great work you’re doing with the Shred Tracker, I love it! :) ))

+ Comment by Mps
2007-06-25 15:15:03


Long time no see!


+ Comment by Lorinator
2007-06-25 18:26:01

Eva: Thanks! It’s always fun to go back to the States and see my family, but it’s nice to be back home sleeping in my own bed too. Hope you’re having a good summer!

Mps: Sorry for the long absence, but I was taking a break from the computer. Otherwise it wouldn’t have been a vacation… :)

Matt: Thanks for your comments and suggestion. I debated naming the strings or not, and went ahead and put the names on. I’ll make some blank ones and upload tonight.

+ Comment by Taz
2007-06-25 19:12:26

Yay for Lori! ;-)

Greetz Taz

+ Comment by Neo
2007-06-25 20:10:55

Lori!! Nice to see you back on the web!

+ Comment by Sylvain
2007-06-25 21:07:13

Hi Lori,

Welcome back, and congratulation for those tab forms ! It’s an excellent work and very useful ! :-)

+ Comment by Luthien
2007-06-25 21:14:26

Hii Lori!!!
Thanks for those tab forms! They are very useful! :D

+ Comment by Maarten (aka Icey)
2007-06-25 23:20:11

Welcome back to the realm of the online Lori!!

+ Comment by Stephen H
2007-06-26 02:21:55

…You’ve been missed, Miss L !! – (Welcome “home” !!) – xxx

+ Comment by Chen
2007-06-26 09:17:54

Hey, Lori,
Welcome back. My friend will love this!! He had to write tabs on blank notebook paper. You are the girl!!! BTW, just met a girl from Pennsylvania who plays metal and I showed her your youtube videos and you instantly became her idol.

+ Comment by Chen
2007-06-26 09:39:34

Oh, don’t want to urge you back to your work mode but how’s your new CD coming along? Can’t wait to get it.

+ Comment by JP Stratoblogster
2007-06-26 18:39:08

Wow! She blogs once again! Hey Lori, I just sent you a couple messages via this blog contact form and your info email address. It’s a gear thing for you to check out, ok.


+ Comment by Kristof
2007-06-27 23:16:01

Just so you know: your review is ready to be published, once my blog gets approved ;)

+ Comment by Matt
2007-06-28 17:08:05

Hey Lori, what program do you use to create these forms by the way?

+ Comment by Lorinator
2007-06-28 21:16:37

Thanks everyone, I’m so happy if people actually find my stuff useful. Makes me go all warm and fuzzy inside :)

Kristof: Review? Am I forgetting something? I have NO IDEA what you’re talking about!

Matt: I use the CS2 versions of Photoshop and Illustrator to make these. But you could probably do them in any simple graphics program. Maybe even in Google Docs or Open office — I believe both of those have drawing tools and generate pdf files.

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