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sorry, I don't have the time to check your video, but I've uploaded my tab for this song: https://www.ukulele-tabs.com/uke-songs/the-dead-south/in-hell-ill-be-in-good-company-uke-tab-68906.html
it's 100% accurate, but not necessarily easy to play. ;)
Original song is played half a step down, so if you want to play in the original key, you need to use the option to transpose chords: https://www.ukulele-tabs.com/uke-songs/the-dead-south/in-hell-ill-be-in-good-company-uke-tab-68906.html?steps=-1
Are you sure not to have a scroll bar at the bottom?
That's what I see, and what's expected when a tab is wider than the available space. Ad reduces the available space a bit, but here, even without it you would have the same problem. Only solution would be to have a full width tab are on the desktop version. But still, the same problem will happen on mobile devices, even in landscape mode I guess.
Did you check their Android app? there's an option to "allow/prevent" text overflow or something. I guess there's not much to do about that, it's just that tabbers shoud not create such wide tabs.
Tabs from this site got republished on various sites many, many times. I suppose that's OK to do the same if for songs not on the site yet. But that's juts my personal point of view.
You should contact the team to get the awswer: https://www.ukulele-tabs.com/contact-us.html
Hi, That's the average rating (on 10)
Do you have a link to listent to the song?
Interesting question, even if shredding the Uke in re-entrant tuning is probably nearly impossible ;)
I'd say you should use the space at the top or bottom of the tab, and the same symbols used for up/down picking.
One of the following should do the trick:
1: ^...............| v..........| 2: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ vvvvvvvvvvv 3: >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 4: >.............................| A|------0h2h3h5p3p2p0---------------| E|----2----------------3p2p0--------| C|--0------------------------2\1p0--| G|----------------------------------|
I think first version is the clearer one, thus the most appropriate.
5s is similar to 5/ (slide), so definitely not this one.
5~ means "let ring" the note so it's not relevant enough either.
Hope this helps!
Let me know where to find this tab one you're done transcribing your song.
you mean you'd like the option to show/hide it like for chord charts?