Love them licks!
Absolutely fantastic app can always find what I’m looking for and gives great suggestions that has made me learn other songs.
the app is alright by they’ve recently changed the layout of the TABs so you can’t see any of the actual music, only the chords to the song. very inconvenient, renders the app pretty impossible to use :(
This app made 2020 bearable.
What a terrible app completely pay to win type of thing so if you want to learn how to play your favorite songs go to a teacher.
This app is great for everyone! It’s very beginner friendly and it’s helped me learn a lot!
I have used this app and loved it for years and it basically taught me how to play guitar but since the new “social” update the saved tabs list seems to be operating on a cloud basis now and the tabs fail to stay loaded into the list seemingly popping in and out as the cache fills up, dumps, and the re-requests the song, causing the tabs list to jump around while scrolling through in a manner that it becomes completely unusable to the point of frustration. Can’t scroll. Bad app. Fix this. The saved tabs list can’t take up so much documentation that it has to be handled in this strange pop in pop out. Just save the data locally.
Thank you so much for making this app available. This app has raised our worship singing to a whole new level. The transposing and auto scroll are awesome features.
I got pro around the time I discovered ToneBridge, though since I got a DAW on my computer, I more often run the guitar through the computer and use the phone tab app just for the music and to listen either to the youtube links or the 'karaoke' on pro tabs (which also works better since I can separately control the guitar volume that way). As a practice tool, I've come to really like the autoscroll, including on the protabs. Even when practicing songs I have sheet music books for, now I use the app since it's way easier than turning pages. But what I love most about the app is the tab parts for synths, horns, etc on most of the pro tabs. Now I enjoy playing even mostly nonguitar songs on the guitar to get interesting sounds - either playing along with the 'karaoke' version on the app, or laying down the tracks on the DAW on guitar. It's helping me develop some nontraditional guitar style influenced by synth and piano. A few of the pro tabs I've seen have regular sheet music for the piano part, so I'm begging you to keep doing the tabs - There's lots of places out there to find sheet music for piano, synth and orchestra, but you're the only place I know of that has accurate tabs for non guitar parts! It's great.
I would love to see more bass tabs. I would love to see Halftime by Amy Winehouse in bass tabs.