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This handy chart tells you what every dot in the ActionTab system means. If you don't understand some of them don't worry - we have video lessons that explain them in the members section.
Fretboard & Capo
The fretboard is the area of your guitar where you play
Some songs require a capo. A capo is just a clamp which you can place on any fret. This effectively movesthe 'nut' of the guitar, allowing you to play 'open' chords higher up the fretboard. In ActionTab the capo is represented by the black bar on the left.
|End||Go to End|
|D||Toggle Delay Start|
|X||Toggle Light Strings|
|N||Normal Speed Window|
|,||Set Loop Section Start|
|.||Set Loop Section End|
|/||Clear Loop Section|
Strumming Hand Dots
Applies to both hands
Fretboard Hand Dots
This is an easier version of the All-Time Classic. If you wish to learn the full song as Jimmy plays it then begin with
This ActionTab runs through all the main guitar parts in a simple 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 sequence to keep things beginner-friendly. Use the quick links below to jump to each main part. These are all you need to know to get through the song. Just learn each part, then repeat / alternate between them.
Here are the song parts:
Jimmy Page sometimes alternates on the picking and strumming through the song during different verses. But the chord sequences shown here are all you need. When you can play through them all, think about moving on to the full ActionTabs of the song (As Jimmy plays it). Starting with