Are you a guitarist? If so do you like learning popular classics tunes? If so do you rely on the internet to find some tabs? If so do you feel frustrated when you play the darn song but don’t recognize it? If so Songsterr is for you (lazy Saturdays make up for lazy introductions).
I wanted to write a little post on this website some time ago but decided for it to grow a little, mostly concerning the number of songs contained in the repertoire. Now I’m pleasantly surprised it has sowed its seeds delivering a little more substance.
So what is Songsterr? Well you can think of it as an aspiring online version of Guitar Pro. It’s not quite there yet but it thrives to. For the moment it allows you to select a tab of a song, display it and playback the track. So if ever you’re stuck on some tune ’cause you can’t discern what you’re playing, Songstrer’s playback engine will come in handy, mostly because it gives the information on rhythm and duration that a static tab lacks.
They just recently added a multi-track feature on certain songs like:
- Guns N’ Roses – Sweet Child O’ Mine
- Pink Floyd – Comfortably Numb
- Metallica – Nothing Else Matters
- Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit
- The White Stripes – Seven Nation Army
These songs can come with a whole bunch of different tracks and tabs like the bass tab, the vocal melody, the drum track and so on. When you play the tab, you can engage the mixer and fool around with levels to isolate what you want to work on.
This is a pretty cool site making headway amongst the vast number of tablature sites that are in dire need of a makeover.