Hey does anybody know any websites where I can create tabs for free
Hey Tucker, you can create tabs using Tabledit, it’s a free download.
Seconded. It’s even worth the $50 to register it. Darn good software.
I tried but my PC wont let me
Does Tabledit just let you create tabs, or does it have songs already made that you can change the key that it is in?
I’m not sure what you mean by songs already made, but you can transpose tabs very easily.
Also, if you’re looking for already made tabs, banjo hangout has a large library of Tabledit files.
Hi Erich @eandsbrooks There are TAB Libraries out there on the WWW where you can find FREE TABs Just do a search for TEF Files.
Whilst it is possible to change the Key Signature of a TEF File using TablEdit transpose function it’s not as simple as you may think and it requires some skill/knowledge of creating TABs.
The Banjo Hangout is a good resource for TABs and does have a Forum where you can request a TAB in a certain key but there is no guarantee that someone is willing to create a TAB for you it’s all down to goodwill. There are websites where you can purchase TEF/TABs. Tom Adams and Sean Ray are great resources for TABs
What do you mean your PC won’t let you ?
Never mind I’m just terrible with tech. lol @Archie
Hi Tucker, I might have been able to help you if I knew what problem was
I got it downloaded @Archie but it wont let me open Tabledit tabs from the banjo hangout still
Hi Tucker So do you have TablEdit or the Free TefView installed on your PC ?
i just installed tef view
but adobe acrobat reader cant open it
Could it be that the age of the version that was downloaded is incompatible with the age of the software/device?
its from 2015
Hi Tucker. So Adobe Acrobat is used to view the PDF TABs. TablEdit & TefView are for TEF files. TablEdit as it’s name implies is for creating, editing and playing tabs plus other functions. TefVeiw allows you to open, view play and print TABs. So with TefView installed on your computer you should now be able to open a Tef Tab file.
Check out @BanjoBen 's tutorial
@tucker , if you are running Windows 10, you might want to do it this way. Open the Tabledit or Tefview first. Then use the menu/options bar File->Open and locate your tef file on the browse window and click open.
I have created a TAB folder on my PC with sub folders BanjoBen, Jack Hatfield, Alan Munde etc just for ease of use.