Anyone tried Songsterr.com?

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Anyone tried Songsterr.com?

Postby (BuddyDog) » Sun Sep 04, 2011 4:20 pm

Stumbled across that website today and appears they have a "free" and pay section. Looks like lots of tabs, chords, etc for guitar, bass, drums, keys for a lot of songs.

Looks like you get 1/2 speed, looping and other goodies if you pony up the $$ and they also have apps for iPhone and iPad.
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Re: Anyone tried Songsterr.com?

Postby (lennon211) » Sun Sep 04, 2011 4:43 pm

I've found some great tabs there that I haven't located anywhere else. Great site. They have an iPad ap as well.
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Re: Anyone tried Songsterr.com?

Postby (BuddyDog) » Sun Sep 04, 2011 5:11 pm

Thanks, Matt!

Did you just search the freebie or try the subscription site?

I agree they have a lot more songs (and seem more accurate) than other sites.
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Re: Anyone tried Songsterr.com?

Postby (lennon211) » Sun Sep 04, 2011 8:12 pm

Just searching for the moment. Cash is a little tight at the moment (the evils of a career in education), so I haven't been able to check into the subscription.
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