There are two basic parts of reading tabs: 1) The notes themselves, 2) The timing of each note! Let’s learn to do both.
In this lesson of tab is the rest associated with dotted note in notation
If I’m following your question correctly, the rest in tab is the same as a rest in standard notation. I’m no music reading guru (play practically everything by ear) but I believe a dotted note in standard notation means to stretch that note out by 1/2 of the duration of the note itself. So, a 1/4 dotted note would be played 1/4 + 1/8.
To my knowledge, rests are the same in standard notation and tab.
If you haven’t studied Mr G’s Theory Course yet I would encourage you to do so asap. In part 5 of the course Mr G goes into some detail on tied notes and dotted notes.
Thank you for the help Archie, found those lessons and answered my questions.
Your very welcome Jeremy. Glad to be of asistance
Y’all are awesome, thanks!